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Saturday, 14 April 2018
NEXT WEEKS EVENTS
16th to 22nd April 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 the web sites of the relevant Society or organisation.
Dave Green - Planetary Geology
Mon, 16 April, 19:30 – 21:30
Planetary Geology. Monday 16th April, for 10 weeks, until 9th July (not 7th nor 28th May). The state of knowledge of the planets of the [...]
It has always been a feature of OK earthquakes that a major energy release has a stress shadow that usually lasts a week. No earthquakes over m4 during that time. There is some good Newtonian physics supporting that, but we only do 'story time' nasa physics now, as used by the usgs. According to the stories, cutting down on saltwater injection is doing great.
This was an m4 according
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