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Here’s the February edition of my paper recommendations. This time we have: Paleoseismology in Germany and Nepal (the latter with a focus on charcoal dating techniques), Tsunamis in Greece, Portugal, Israel and Alaska, Turbidites in Portugal, [...]
[Note: Mike asked me to scrape a couple of comments on his last post – this one and this one – and turn them into a post of their own. I’ve edited them lightly to hopefully improve the flow, but I’ve tried not to tinker with [...]
Before you continue reading this article please consider which on the list of following categories you fall straight into: 1- You go about life eating whatever you please without caring how it is often processed and what it may perhaps contain [...]
Der englischsprachige und forschungsorientierte Masterstudiengang „Physical Geography: Environmental History” am Institut für Geographie der Universität Bremen vermittelt wissenschaftliche
Expertise im [...]
Happy Friday! Here’s another fold from Catalina Island, California – an antiform in metasediments, courtesy of Sarah Penniston-Dorland of the University of
Horacio Llorens and Red Bull take us on a breathtaking journey. Flying here is different. It’s dark, It’s cold, And the sky is on fire. Watch it yourself:
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From late December 2015 through January, a team of Earth Institute scientists and human rights lawyers from Columbia University worked in the highlands of Papua New Guinea to deliver the results of an independent study of water quality and human [...]
Last Sunday I went for a short trek to Tail Baila, a basalt rock feature about 80 km west of Pune on the Mulshi dam backwaters road from Nive village to Lonavala. Take a look.
This is a "butte". It was once an extensive lava flow (s), [...]
First day out included an emergency drill. Everyone has an assigned lifeboat, 1-4, but just two can accommodate the entire shipboard complement.