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New from Snet: Lithologs
, a new tool to create lithological/sedimentological logs online..
Saturday, 13 January 2018
Okay, so, Carnoferox suggested that I make my blogs higher quality, so, here you go.
Tyrannosaurus was a coelurosaurian tyrannosauridae that lived in the late Cretaceous period, around sixty eight to sixty six million years ago.Recently, the theropod has had at least two controvesrial topics, feathers, and sensory pits/lips, I am here to give my
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Episode II:Spinosaurus-Exclusive fish eater, or opportunistic Predator?
Spinosaurus aegyptiacus was a Spinosaurid that lived from one hundred-twelve to ninety seven million years ago. The infamous predator is often theorized to be an exclusive piscivore,but I have evidence that it might have been more than that.
1.So we all know
I was so impressed with After On that I went out an got the only other novel by Rob Reid, Year Zero. The plot set up is something rather ludicrous, but the novel works in spite of the silly premise. Here’s [...]
Der Vulkan vor der Küste von Papua Neuguinea (PNG) ist weiterhin aktiv. Das VAAC Darwin registrierte heute eine Aschewolke die 2,3 km hoch aufstieg. Hier bahnt sich eine der interessantesten Eruptionen der [...]
Avui fa exactament 10 anys que publicava la primera entrada d'aquest bloc. Bloc de camp va nàixer d'un impuls molt visceral per d'alguna manera apaivagar la frustració que em suposava ser i sentir-me [...]
I've been dredging through the archives of ten years of Geotripping, sharing some of my favorite posts over the years. I've reached 2014, and I found this series on the most awesome places I've ever stood. [...]
Climate scientist Deepti Singh tells the cold truth about the extreme winter weather of the past few
NEXT WEEKS EVENTS
15th to 21st January 2018
The following is an extract from Bristol and West Country Geology Calendars
More details can be found in the Bristol and the West Country Calendars and on [...]
I’m just back from the AMS Annual Meeting, and like the much larger AGU meeting, it’s impossible to make every talk. That’s ok because it’s 2018 and (thanks to scientific discoveries) you just go [...]
Hello everyone, it’s me again. I’m not going to waste time by saying what the topic is, you already read the title.
So, we’re all aware of the infamous Bugiin Tsav Tarbosaurus bataar skin impressions. [...]