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Los aragosaureros Ester Díaz Berenguer y José Ignacio Canudo, de la Universidad de Zaragoza, junto con Ainara Badiola de la Universidad del País Vasco (UPV/EHU) y Alexandra Houssaye del Museo Nacional de Historia Natural de París, han publicado [...]
During the Late Pleistocene and early Holocene, most of the terrestrial megafauna became extinct. It was a deep global-scale event. The extinction was notably more selective for large-bodied animals than any other extinction interval in the last 65 [...]
Our new ELI today is 'Climate on arrival: if you suddenly arrived somewhere – what would tell you what the climate was like?'
This activity involves looking for features with your class that might be indicators of the current climate. After [...]
Geology Through Literature: Good Omens
As I wend my way through the 100 Greatest Books of all time, I often come across geological references within them. This one was a bit of a different one, because of the nature of the authors, the [...]
Wow, while I'm away in the Seychelles we got a big boost up without an El Nino.
This is the perfect trap to suck in the warmies to using real charts instead of their made-up stuff. All their charts stop at the top of the 2016 peak.
I was [...]
Seychelles has no reasonable internet, so it is a Hawking Black Hole. So you can go in and see the most fantastic sights, but then you get pooped out the white hole and you don’t want to tell anybody about it because it’s old news. I’m not [...]
Olde Mother Brewing es el proyecto de Nick y Keith, dos amigos de Frederick (Maryland, Estados Unidos) apasionados por la cerveza artesanal. Abrieron su cervecería hace tres años con la idea de crear una comunidad que les acompañase en su [...]
Samothraki: on a small Greek island, uncontrolled grazing of goats has led to a catastrophic increase in landslide
We didn't fly over it, so I've clearly needed to borrow this image from Google Earth.
We have (slowly) been reviewing our geological exploration of British Columbia back in July, and when I last posted we had reached Howe Sound, the southernmost [...]