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Geoblogosphere weekly review (48th week of 2022, 57 weeks ago)

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      Iron-Rich Dust From South America Played Role in Last Two Glacial Periods, Says Study

      State of the Planet [2022-11-22 19:28:19]   recommend this post  (327 visits)
      Dust from the land that gets blown into the ocean appears to influence natural climate swings. A new study looks into where much of that dust came from in the past 260,000

      How Studying the Clouds Can Improve Climate Models

      State of the Planet [2022-11-23 15:34:41]   recommend this post  (172 visits)
      Kara Lamb discusses her research using machine learning to study cirrus clouds and how it can increase the accuracy of climate

      Fog of the 60's returns

      Ontario-geofish [2022-11-24 14:34:00]   recommend this post  (162 visits)
       One thing about being old is that 'what goes around, comes around.'.  We had such pea-soup fog in the 60's and never had those again.  It could have come from burning coal at Lakeview.  But here it is again!Nothing much new on this chart.  [...]

      Pacific plumes to be hitting high again

      Ontario-geofish [2022-11-23 13:32:00]   recommend this post  (137 visits)
       Pacific plumes are going straight north again.  So that gives us another two weeks of blustery cold.  I've taken out my broccoli, because the ground was frozen.  Right now, we have straight-west Pacific breezes which are sunny and cool.  This [...]

      Basic physics is cool again

      Ontario-geofish [2022-11-26 12:30:00]   recommend this post  (133 visits)
       Reference"I could never get bored in her class," reads one of the comments on the egg drop video. In another video about inertia, she can be seen striking the handle of a knife with a mallet, forcing a potato up the blade. A user wrote, [...]

      SEA ANEMONE NURSERY

      ARCHEA [2022-11-21 04:37:00]   recommend this post  (132 visits)
      Sea anemones are familiar inhabitants of rocky shores and coral reefs around the world; other species can be found at very low depths indeed. Most of the soft-bodied anthozoans known as "sea anemones" are classified in the Actinaria. [...]

      How to destroy the Earth in one easy step

      Ontario-geofish [2022-11-22 19:58:00]   recommend this post  (131 visits)
       That's simple - do this crap.  It's amazing that not one 'Great Solution' has worked for our imaginative Left.  All that's left for them is to tell people to live without heat.The fundamental problem is that you can't do engineering without [...]

      HERMIT CRAB: XALA'IS GUGWIS

      ARCHEA [2022-11-21 03:09:00]   recommend this post  (129 visits)
      This little cutie is a hermit crab and he is wearing a temporary home borrowed from one of our mollusc friends. His body is a soft, squishy spiral that he eases into the perfect size shell time and time again as he grows. His first choice is always [...]

      EUSTHENOPTERON FORDI: DEVONIAN FISH

      ARCHEA [2022-11-20 02:34:00]   recommend this post  (123 visits)
      An exquisite fossil specimen of an Eusthenopteron Fordi from the upper Devonian (Frasnian), Eescuminac Formation, Miguasha Park, Bay of Heat, Gaspé, Quebec, Canadian Museum of Natural History, Miguasha Collection. If you look closely at this [...]

      Physics of Snow Streamers

      Ontario-geofish [2022-11-20 14:26:00]   recommend this post  (120 visits)
       Today, I take a break from irritating the powerful, and look at a wonderful local thing  -- the snow steamer.This is the radar.  Snow streamers will form a thick line, and then pour down white terror on anybody in that river.  This is the wind [...]
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