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If we eventually look back and wonder why we got into all this carbon mess, the villain has to be NASA (n). N had the best atmospheric physics in the whole, probably the only. They did all sorts of great things right until about 1980.
Dear colleagues, we wish you a Happy New Year and would like to advertise our session on “Paleoseismicity, active faulting, surface deformation, and the implications on seismic hazard assessment (Fault2SHA)” at the EGU General Assembly in Vienna [...]
We are releasing a second suite of Phil
Anderson’s geologic mapping and research of Proterozoic rocks, which
includes geologic mapping and geochemical sampling of the Central
Arizona Arch that covers roughly 3,000 square miles in central [...]
I hope you’ve had a great start into the new year. A lot of new and exciting papers have been published at the end of the old one, including work on New Zealand and Europe. Enjoy reading and have fantastic new year 2018! Lu, Y., Waldmann, N., Ian [...]
The 'bomb' comes in the incredible speed to develop. I don't think it makes it any worse.
The centre tracks right over the hot trench. Can't wait to see what happens when the hot water current peters
This is something new for me. Don't forget that we've only had these great maps for the last few years. Previous episodes remain mysterious. Our minor 7 year El Nino cycles come from a build-up of heat energy (hot water) in the South Asia [...]
I had no idea!
Almost ten years ago, on January 7, 2008, I posted the first entry on Geotripper. I had no idea where it would go, or how long it would last. A century, I guess, in blog years. I had not done a lot of writing before starting the [...]
The UK is being hammered and the nor-easter is developing on the US east coast. I've never seen so much action.
The news in the US keeps mentioning a Polar Vortex, but there isn't any. Just cold
This was the worst yet. The phones are becoming almost impossible to repair. Such fiddly little parts, such bad instructions. I ended up knocking off a solder pad for the wifi antenna, so the old 5x becomes parts. Luckily, I know how to do [...]
This is a great picture, you can click on it for more detail. The article has two estimates to turn it into a bicycle tunnel: 3 or 30 million pounds. I would go for the higher, since I think it is almost as much as to get old [...]