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Saturday, 17 June 2017

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ARCHEA [20:36:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (10 visits) info
Reaching speeds of over 320 km/h (200 mph) Peregrine falcons (Falco peregrinus), are exquisite birds of prey. They are worthy predators in the air and one of the fastest moving creatures on the planet. I've had the great honor to work with several of these amazing creatures and can personally attest to both their speed and quirky yet charming personalities. Highly adaptable to hot and cold temperatures, they boast a breeding range that stretches from the icy cold Arctic tundra to the [...]

Viatge al centre de la Terra(ssa). Capítol II: el mapa geològic de Domènec Palet i Barba vist 122 anys després 

Bloc de camp [17:11:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (5 visits) info
La ciència és com una cullereta intentant buidar un mar de natura. Per més que en treguis, el nivell de l’aigua no baixa. I aquí està la gràcia: per cada interrogant que es resolt, la pròpia acció de recerca, implícitament pel camí en va obrint de nous. Alguns són complexos i altres tenen respostes senzilles i intuïtives.  I així tots podem fer recerca. Tenim la imatge de que un investigador es

Wooster Geologist/Historian on the San Andreas Fault 

Wooster Geologists [16:45:09]  recommend  recommend this post  (95 visits) info
Berkeley, California — Brandon Bell (’18) is a double major in geology and history at Wooster. He has a classic double-major thesis that combines both disciplines: the early history of modern seismology [...]

Difference Between GPS and DGPS 

Grindgis [07:47:47]  recommend  recommend this post  (87 visits) info
GPS: GPS known as Global Positioning System is a collection of number of satellite in the space sending the precise location details in the space back to Earth. Signals are obtained by the GPS instrument which [...]

Hitting the Road in the Best Way: Into the Pacific Northwest, and With My Students! 

Geotripper [07:59:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (90 visits) info
It's the time of year I love the most, our field season, when my students and I hit the road. We are making a grand loop, heading north along the spine of the Cascades, with stops at Mt. Shasta, Lava Beds, [...]

Aztec Crime And Punishment: Results Of The International Conference For The Codex Xolotl 

BEYONDbones [00:00:57]  recommend  recommend this post  (63 visits) info
By Jerry Offner, Associate Curator for Northern Mesoamerica Houston Museum of Natural science   The Houston Museum of Natural Science and La Bibliothèque nationale de France have been cooperating in a new [...] | Impressum