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I am back in Bangladesh once more to investigate the balance between sea level rise, the sinking of the land, and the filling of the space with sediments. We are here to use precision GPS to measure how much geodetic monuments have sunk or subsided [...]
I believe we are entering the decade when humankind will firmly pivot in the direction of
Smoke and ash from Australia's devastating fires pose a significant threat to New Zealand’s
What a difference a decade makes!
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We hope you had a great start into 2020. May the new year bring exciting projects, secure funding, safe travels, and positive reviews. Quite a number of interesting studies have been published in the last few weeks, this is the latest paper [...]
One of the big draws to the Coburg formation exposure in the St. Mary's Cement Quarry is the abundance of Isotelus sp. Trilobites. Pieces of molts are very common but it is not uncommon to find complete specimens as well. There are two species of [...]
In this edition of Columbia Energy Exchange, host Bill Loveless is joined by Ralph Izzo, a well-known leader in the U.S. utility sector and in the public policy
So everybody, buy this. Hot after my success promoting the jiggle board, I promote this. These health blogs are my most popular -- nobody cares about physics, but here I can inject some.
The 'other side' went to an expensive face place. I [...]
A new study uncovers a previously undocumented relationship between erosion and wind
The charts show that Toronto condo prices are still creeping up. But I think that's because new luxury condos are being completed, and people are taking possession, which is registered as buying. You are only getting some indication that it is [...]