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As every year just after the holidays, the abstract deadline for the EGU General Assembly in Vienna (April 7-12, 2019) is approaching. This year, it is on Thursday, 10 January 2019, 13:00 Central European Time. This year, it seems that there [...]
Save the date: The 7th International Colloquium on Historical earthquakes & paleoseismology studies will be held from 4-6 November, 2019, in Barcelona (Spain). The colloquium is organized by RESIF (French seismologic and geodetic network), [...]
My ocean currents map is stuck at Christmas, thanks to trumpypants. And they aren't throwing out new floaters for the temperature. I find the Southern Hemisphere only seems to update once a month.
But what an update! It looks like the entire [...]
In der Campi Flegrei bei Pozzuoli (Italien) geht es gerade heiß her: MIROVA registriert ein thermisches Signal in Höhe von 75 MW. Doch bei genauer Betrachtung sieht man, dass die Wärmequelle nicht in einem der bekannten Krater liegt, sondern auf [...]
Blah. Two steps forward, one step back. The new kernel hangs up when I tried to do this blog, saying it all worked. Well, it didn't work, and I went back to 4.20 rc7. 4.20 doesn't work at all.
My general experience is that it will not work [...]
By Laura M. Szymanski, GSA Science Policy Fellow On the last full day of the 115th Congress, 02 January 2019, the U.S. Senate voted to approve several White House nominations. The individuals approved are Dr. Kelvin K. Droegemeier to be director of [...]
Happy New Year! I’m going to try to keep up with my “Monday Geology Picture” posts in 2019. I did okay with these in 2018, although I missed some weeks here and there when I was very busy with work or family life. To start off a new year of [...]
Nicht nur Wissenschaftler rätseln seit langem, ob die Vulkane der Eifel wieder ausbrechen könnten. Bisher wurde vermutet, dass die Gasaustritte am Laacher See von einem sich abkühlenden Magmenkörper stammen. Doch eine neue Studie enthüllt, dass [...]
Sand dunes on coastal barrier islands buffer the U.S. Atlantic and Gulf coasts from oncoming hurricanes. Every year, millions of public and private dollars fund the restoration of these barrier islands, but managers often focus on the recovery of [...]
By Rania Eldam Pommer, PhD Candidate- Colorado School of Mines The following post is based on a research project funded by a 2017 GSA Graduate Student Research Grant. Rania’s research proposal was titled “Lithologic controls on critical zone [...]