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These are the latest papers on paleoseismology, active tectonics, and archaeoseismology, today with a lot of contributions to active tectonics in Asia. Enjoy! Elliott, A. J., Oskin, M. E., Liu-zeng, J., & Shao, Y. X. (2018). Persistent rupture [...]
Each month, Jesse Zondervan picks his favourite posts from geoscience and development blogs/news which cover the geology for global development interest. Here’s a round-up of Jesse’s selections for the last four weeks: If we want to solve the [...]
Hello everyone, I was inspired by starman to make blogs with dinosaur replicas, and I thought about how I have around 190 replicas, yet I don’t use them! Anyway, on to the pictures!
Here we have Torvosaurus tanneri and Saurophagonax [...]
I came across an old article that I'd received ages ago (before blogging was a thing) and I think it's still relevant today as a reminder of why environmental regulations are so critical.
The Philly Inquirer did a a great series on the aftermath [...]
Josef Velenovský & Ladislav Viniklář, 1926. Flora cretacea Bohemiae: Nové dodatky k české křídové květeně I. Díl. - Neue Beiträge zur böhmischen Kreideflora. I. Teil. Rozpravy Státního geologického ústavu [...]
I’ve decided to lay down the notes for a potential remake of Walking with Dinosaurs, one of the most beloved dinosaur documentaries of all time. I have an idea for Episode One.
Episode I- Dawn of the Future Rulers
Setting: Argentina in the [...]
My phone can’t post a forum post...So I did a blog.
The last time this happened it was in 1866 if I remember right. Blood moon, Blue moon and Supermoon, all happening at the same time.
I took the photo at about 9 pm, local time.
I’m going offtopic here to post (to the suggestion of Vale) pictures of some astronomical events that I’ve seen. Now I’ve seen many astronomical events before, but only in 2012 did I start taking pictures of them (because I had an actual [...]
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Josef Velenovský & Ladislav Viniklář, 1929. Flora cretacea Bohemiae: Nové dodatky k české křídové květeně III. Díl. - Neue Beiträge zur böhmischen Kreideflora. III. Teil. Rozpravy Státního geologického ústavu [...]