News from the Geoblogosphere
New from Snet: Lithologs
, a new tool to create lithological/sedimentological logs online..
Thursday, 12 July 2018
Greetings, geobakeoff fans! At long last, it’s time to reveal the results of this year’s competition – the fifth annual Great Geobakeoff… We can’t quite believe how the geobaking phenomenon has continued to grow – our eternal thanks to all those who take part and share the competition. Particularly the increasing number of you who … Continue reading →
In Fall 2018, this course will examine traditional and emerging financial and cost accounting practices, non-financial sustainability performance metrics, and
Siguiendo con los trabajos presentados en el último Annual Meeting de la EAVP por miembros del Grupo de Biología Evolutiva de la UNED, nos centramos en la comunicación sobre los dinosaurios terópodos de [...]
El Tie Fighter es una de las aeronaves más conocidas de la saga de Star Wars y el ilustrador Russel Conway (a.k.a. Caddywompus) ha querido imaginar que pinta tendría uno de estos cacharros conducido por un [...]
Last month GfGD Director, Dr Joel Gill, attended the UN Annual Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). With few other, if any, geoscience organisations in [...]
After many walleye were seen on an underwater camera in Lake Erie’s Presque Isle Bay, a biologist explains walleye numbers and monitoring in the lake.
The post Lake Erie Walleye Spotted in Force on [...]
Descubren evidencias de que los humanos vivían en Asia mucho antes de lo pensado. Se trata de herramientas líticas de hace 2,12 millones de años. Esto indicaría que nuestros antepasados salieron de África [...]
Over the last week exceptional rainfall has triggered thousands of landslides in Japan, with disastrous consequences. Images are starting to emerge showing the scale of the disaster.
The post Images of the [...]
Snow on Ice is launching into the field with two teams of scientists this summer. The first group, an ‘advance team’ of six women, will focus on lakes where meltwater has collected on the southwestern [...]
At 21:10 UTC a earthquake swarm started in Tjörnes Fracture Zone just north of Gögurtá. Largest earthquake so far had a magnitude of 3,7. Other earthquakes so far have been smaller in magnitude so far. That [...]
Since discovery in 2010 that remains of the genus Homo at Dmanisi in Georgia were about 1.85 Ma old several more instances of bones and stone tools a few hundred thousand years less than that age have turned [...]