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The 2nd announcement for the International Palaeoseismological Field Workshop ‘Soft-sediment deformation structures and palaeoseismic phenomena in the South-eastern Baltic Region’ is out now. Download the PDF here and check this website for more [...]
They have nothing to do with each other, but I did have a look-see.
They had a small, shallow thrust, about M5, intensity 7. There is a lot of tectonic action all around, but Korea is considered to be solid. They are under compression from [...]
I was about to say you can't blame Canada for all the cold weather, but I looked at this, and thought "Yes you can."
Soon, in July, we'll be sending you sweet puffs of the God's Own Smoke. Then you'll stop blaming us. :)
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Blob, blob. El aguacero era historia. Las gotas que se habían remoloneado en las copas de los frenolopsis y weichselias de la orilla se deslizaban ahora por las ramas más bajas, hidratándolas con su esencia vivificante antes de saltar a la [...]
In many countries, access to clean and safe to drink water is often taken for granted: the simple act of turning a tap gives us access to a precious resource. In today's post,Bárbara Zambelli Azevedo, discusses how over population of coastal areas [...]
I have no problem with the BBC dropping the UK Met office for their forecasting and going with a private company. and their new on-air weather graphics are actually quite good. HOWEVER Their new 14-day deterministic weathercasts are (in terms the [...]
In the epilogue to 11/22/63, Stephen King’s time-travel novel, he made an explicit point to laud Time and Again by Jack Finney as “the” time travel novel. I figured I should check it out. Here’s my report. This is a book that was written in [...]
Please remember that an M7.2 is nothing along this gigantic subduction zone. This is my numero uno zone for a huge M9. It's so smooth and shiny! :) If that happens, all the buildings in Mexico will jump into the air.
This is way above all [...]
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If you are pre-registered for the 2018 General Assembly (Vienna, 8 -13 April), you can take part in our annual photo competition! Winners receive a free registration to next year’s General Assembly! But hurry, there are only a few days left to [...]