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Geoblogosphere weekly review (24th week of 2022, 9 weeks ago)

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      Old dogs, old tricks: A very pleasant day of paleontology in the Lower Carboniferous of northeastern Ohio

      Wooster Geologists [2022-06-08 23:36:03]   recommend this post  (149 visits)
      The weather was perfect today in verdant northeastern Ohio. Bill Ausich (retired paleontologist from The Ohio State University), Nigel Brush (retired geologist/archaeologist from Ashland University), and I (not retired!) have started a project [...]

      NATO’s Cold Response and the Implications of Militarization in the Arctic

      State of the Planet [2022-06-08 19:54:23]   recommend this post  (119 visits)
      Russia’s decline of the observer invitation and the deaths of several marines underscore the seriousness of the circumstances which surround the event this

      In Energy, Water and Climate Crises, Conservation is Still Too Often an Unmentionable ‘C’ Word

      State of the Planet [2022-06-08 19:09:00]   recommend this post  (109 visits)
      Whether the challenge is energy, mobility or water, addiction to the status quo has long cut against doing something incredibly effective at community scale: using

      Criaturas mesozoicas en el baño por Andy Scullion

      Koprolitos [2022-06-09 10:14:00]   recommend this post  (106 visits)
      Andy Scullion es un artista e ilustrador de Nottingham (Gran Bretaña) especializado en el diseño de camisetas, láminas y pósteres. En su obra encontramos como temas recurrentes las bicicletas y los cuartos de baño. En cuanto a lo primero, [...]

      Alaska Gets a Boost from Oil

      Mineral Law Blog [2022-06-07 17:23:03]   recommend this post  (100 visits)
      In my latest column for State Tax Notes, I outline the impacts rising oil prices are having on the Alaska economy and the state’s citizens, the accomplishments and tasks ahead of the Legislature as it passes the midway point in its regular [...]

      Alumni Spotlight: Chak Cherdsatirkul

      State of the Planet [2022-06-08 17:22:47]   recommend this post  (99 visits)
      Chak Cherdsatirkul, one of the first two graduates of Columbia’s Sustainability Management program, shares his aspirations, advice, and post-graduate, award-winning

      Dino dig birthday cake

      Sauropod Vertebra Picture of the Week [2022-06-05 11:00:19]   recommend this post  (99 visits)
      One of the benefits of being me is that my friends often make me cool dino-themed stuff for my birthday (f’rinstance). This year, it was this dinosaur dig cake from my friend Jenny Adams. Yes, it’s a vulgar, overstudied theropod,* but I take the [...]

      Grain of sand on a window sill

      Earth Learning Idea [2022-06-06 11:58:00]   recommend this post  (96 visits)
      Following the ELI 'A world in a grain of sand', the activity today is 'Sand on a sill; what will happen to a sand grain left on a window sill? – a rock cycle discussion'.This ELI involves a pupil group discussion based on what will happen to a [...]

      A closer look at Haddon Hill

      Oakland Geology [2022-06-06 17:01:53]   recommend this post  (95 visits)
      My book manuscript (now in the copyeditor’s hands) has a chapter about the Fan, our peculiar region of gravel hills that stretches from Pill Hill to Evergreen Cemetery. In the book I refer to it as Oakland’s second level. I briefly recount its [...]

      CRETACEOUS CROCODILES OF NORTHERN BRITISH COLUMBIA

      ARCHEA [2022-06-05 10:31:00]   recommend this post  (93 visits)
      Ancient crocodile claw marks uncovered During the Cretaceous, giant crocodiles, nine to 12 metres in length, basked in the sun and swam in ancient lakes and rivers in what is now northern British Columbia. They lived alongside dinosaurs and [...]
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