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, großes Exemplar mit Wurzel - Cenoman, oberes–oberstes Cenoman (Dölzschen-Formation) - Ort: EUGAL, Kreuzungsbereich EUGAL-OPAL,
Here I am at the cottage enjoying the hot weather. Due to a cold June, the water is ice cold, which is good for a 3 second dip. The nights are still cool, due to the water.
This is our 'stagnant air' phase. The big tropical plumes are [...]
Calamopleurus cylindricus (Agassiz, 1841) / Collection of David Murphy
This well-preserved fossil fish skull is from Calamopleurus (Agassiz, 1841), an extinct genus of bony fishes related to the gars. They are fossil relics, the sole surviving [...]
Blue mussels live in intertidal areas and inlets attached to rocks and other hard substrates by strong, stretchy thread-like structures called byssal threads.
They are tasty, edible marine bivalves, molluscs, in the family Mytilidae and they've [...]
By Matt Hudson, GSA Member Communications Manager Clay mineralogist Warren Huff attended his first GSA Annual Meeting in the 1960s. Since then, he has attended another 50. When Huff was profiled in the January 2019 issue of EARTH Magazine, he [...]
Raj Singh Interview Please describe your job duties while on the JR. What will you be doing on a... Read more
As the Mars InSight lander begins listening to the interior of Mars, some scientists are already proposing that some marsquakes could be signals of groundwater beneath the frozen surface of the Red Planet. The idea, proposed by Michael Manga, a [...]
Tras graduarse, Timothy Truman (1956) estudió en la Joe Kubert School en 1979-81. Publicó su primer trabajo importante en la indie First Comics (1983-92), de Ken F. Levin y Mike Gold: la postapocalíptica GrimJack (1983, Starslayer #10), con [...]
'Sedimentary structures – load casts; interpreting odd bumps on the bases of beds'
The activity is part of a series on sedimentary structures and the ways in which they can be used to interpret past conditions. You can find other related [...]