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GeoLog-The official blog of the European Geosciences Union [2018-01-10 13:00:40]
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Communicating the fragility of one of Earth's remotest environments is hugely difficult, precisely due to the location of the poles. Jon Fuhrmann, a freelance science writer and guide on Antarctic cruises, discusses the potential benefits of taking [...]
Alaskan residents rely on sustenance species like salmon, caribou, and moose, but their needs can be at odds with companies mining natural resources and conservationists. The state’s future will depend on collaboration between these various [...]
The next Iberfault meeting will be held in Alicante, Spain, from 11-13 June, 2018. After the meeting, Pablo Silva and Jorge Giner will lead a field trip to see the geological effects of the Estubeny and Tavernes historical earthquakes. Important [...]
Ein Podcast über den Lewisian Gneiss, der mit zu den ältesten Gesteinen auf den britische Inseln zählt
2018 is already one week old, which means the Year of Resources is underway! Throughout the year, we’re exploring the sustainable extraction and use of natural resources through research conferences, lectures, our education programme and other [...]
Okay, so, Carnoferox suggested that I make my blogs higher quality, so, here you go.
Tyrannosaurus was a coelurosaurian tyrannosauridae that lived in the late Cretaceous period, around sixty eight to sixty six million years [...]
The Greatest Adventure...
Life is funny. Experiences and events will sneak up on you, and you'll look back and say that was incredible. Sometimes you finally get a chance to see a place for the first time, and it turns out to be awesome. But then [...]
Unidentified Waldron Shale fossil found in Clark County, Indiana, USA. It dates to the Silurian Period. I think it might be some sort trace fossil. Maybe some sort of Ruscophycus or Arthrophycus trace
The topographic relief rendition posted below shows beautifully the incised valleys of the glacially sourced Yamuna and Sutlej rivers. This rendition has been derived from the NASA Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTMv3) DEM (Digital Elevation [...]
Yesterday (11-January-2018) at 09:46 and 09:50 UTC two strong earthquakes took place around 780 km deep south west of Iceland. The earlier earthquake had a magnitude of Mw5,4 (EMSC information here) and the second earthquake had a magnitude of mb4,9 [...]