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New from Snet: Lithologs
, a new tool to create lithological/sedimentological logs online..
Friday, 14 September 2018
Tyrannosauroidea, the superfamily of carnivorous dinosaurs that includes the iconic Tyrannosaurus rex, was mainly distributed in the Northern Hemisphere. However, a few specimens from Australia (Timimus hermani and the articulated pubes NMV P186046) and Brazil (Santanaraptor placidus), have been referred to this clade. Santanaraptor was unearthed in 1996 in the Romualdo Group (Santana Formation). The holotype
Hello grind GIS people, again I thought to write on the difference and this time between NAD 83 and NAD 27. I have listed 9 differences between these two. 1. North American Datum 27 (NAD 27) is based on Clarke Ellipsoid of 1866 which is calculated by manual surveying of the content, whereas NAD
This fall, in collaboration with Houston Museum of Natural Science, Rice University’s Glasscock School of Continuing Studies is offering Women in Space, a course (open to the general public) highlighting [...]
Today (14-September-2018) at 10:40 UTC an magnitude 4,2 earthquake took place in Bárðarbunga volcano. Second largest earthquake in this swarm had a magnitude of 2,9. Other earthquakes that happened were [...]
Isländische und Britische Wissenschaftler bestätigten abermals, dass sich der Vulkan Katla auf eine Eruption vorbereitet. Sie haben ungewöhnlich hohe Konzentrationen vulkanischer Gase nachgewiesen. [...]
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