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This is the 2nd day of my week of old Bloom County comic strips from the early 1980s. See my last post for the first installment.
Reading these old strips, its amazing how little has changed. Final installment later this
An interesting pre-EGU field trip will be organised by colleagues from the University of Vienna, focussing on some structural interesting outcrops near Vienna. Here is the announcement from Anna Rogowitz: The trip aims to provide a brief outlook on [...]
En un trabajo liderado por Marcos Aurell publicado hace unos meses describimos dos nuevas formaciones geológicas en la provincia de Teruel. Se trata de las Formaciones Galve y Aguilar de Alfambra dedicadas a estas dos localidades turolenses que [...]
Going through some old photos, I came across these that I took as we were flying over the Great Salt Lake on my flight from Salt Lake City to Las Vegas.
A view of the salt marshes to the east of the Great Salt Lake.
Antelope Island, which [...]
The fourth of the Mount Sulzer avalanches, which occurred in August 2016, was captured in a remarkable video by Luke Wassink, a National Park
To mark National Earthquake Day, the Nepal Times has a series of articles entitled Future Shock that examines the failure to learn from the 2015
It is quiet in Iceland at the moment. Nothing much to report, so I’m reporting this minor earthquake activity in TFZ. Few earthquakes have happened in TFZ for the last 48 hours, most earthquakes have been small and the largest … Continue reading [...]
This is an Olenellus from the Eager Formation in Cranbrook, British Columbia. He and his Cambrian friends made their living in the soft muds that covered the area some 500 million plus years ago. Also found at the site are the larger trilobite [...]
When climate deniers are desperate because the measurements don’t fit their claims, some of them take the final straw: they try to deny and discredit the data. The years 2014 and 2015 reached new records in the global temperature, and 2016 has [...]