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Flashback to April 2015 when I was attending GEM conference in Chengdu, China. Greetings to all my Chinese friends! That is me in the front row, gray suit, red tie.
No, I'm not going to gloat because the outcome is so horrible. I'm getting a fire pit for the patio for May and June. Until the dark blue and black colours are gone, we are going to be hit with blobs. This one is hitting Texas.The Gulf air [...]
The Columbia Climate School will be co-led by four of Columbia’s most eminent climate experts: Alex Halliday, Jason Bordoff, Ruth DeFries, and Maureen Raymo.
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Everybody is getting blob attacks. France lost vines, texas lost people. To see how strong and fast this one is, you look at the plume map.The only thing that will stop it is a warm plume from the Gulf. No sign of one now. In the 70's we [...]
In den Vulkan-Nachrichten vom 20. April berichte ich über die Vulkane Fagradalsfjall, Pacaya und Sakurajima.
The post Vulkan-Nachrichten 20.04.21: Fagradalsfjall, Pacaya, Sakurajima first appeared on Vulkane Net
John W. Burton (1906-1978) es conocido como productor de los dibujos de la Warner, pero lo cierto es que, con poco más de 20 años, realizó una serie de cortos animados de muñecos y masilla prácticamente desconocidos por el público y [...]
Die Vulkan-Nachrichten vom 19. April drehen sich um verschiedene moderate Erdbeben. So kam es in Chile und Indonesien zu Erdstößen mit Magnituden im 5-er Bereich.
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A recent publication identifies evidence of glacial activity and underground ice on Mars in an unusually flat and temperate area, which could serve as a future human landing site.
The post Can a New Type of Glacier on Mars Aid Future Astronauts? [...]
We will remember these two pandemic graduations and appreciate how fortunate we are to finally gather together in person.
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Stunning preservation on this lovely microconch of the ammonite, Indosphinctes (Elatmites) aff. submutatus (Nikitin, 1881), from Jurassic, Middle Callovian outcrops of the Kosmoceras jason zone near the Oka River. The exposures are near the city of [...]