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New from Snet: Lithologs
, a new tool to create lithological/sedimentological logs online..
Tuesday, 09 October 2018
Sad. I used these a lot to map the change in the major ocean currents. I suspect it was because of me they stopped. :) Now, I only have the ocean surface temperature map.
During the glory days, I could watch the big El Nino form and dump all it's heat energy all over the earth. I was watching the Gulf Stream die. Now, we just have carbon physics, with no measurements. Still, they
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Seventy kms north of Quito and 25 km west of Ibarra, Northern Ecuador, the Western Cordillera is cut by beautiful fault scarps, close to the mountain range edge (~ 4000 asl) with the Inter-Andean valley.
Here is what we can see in the field:
The car is parked within the sagpond, where fine sediments are expected to accumulate at the toe of the fault scarp. We excavated this scarp and expected (fine) sediments to evidence the potential successive offsets along this fault.
Update 10.10.18: Am Mittwoch Abend MESZ traf der Hurrikan Michael die Küste von Florida. Kurz zuvor hatte der Sturm ordentlich an fahrt aufgenommen und wurde auf einen Hurrikan der Kategorie 4 hochgestuft. Im [...]
4.18 and 4.19 still hang with a black screen.
4.17 is much better, and it only freezes when I compile 4.18 or 19. I can now choose screen resolutions, which is new.
This is still a regression. Maybe 4.20 [...]
Eloi F. es un usuario de Wallapop residente en Benicarló (Castellón, España) que ha tenido la idea de elaborar sendos disfraces del dinosaurio conquense Concavenator corcovatus. Ambos disfraces están [...]
A video has been posted showing a major rockslope failure at Shongtong in Kinnaur, northern India. Workers at the foot of the slope had a very near miss.
The post Too close for comfort – a rockslope failure [...]
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Y Septiembre pasó y como sucede otros años la paleontología se mueve a ritmo de congreso. Y este año tocaba la celebración conjunta del IV Congresso Ibérico de Palentologia y las XXXIV Jornadas de [...]
Last night, Fiona and I got back from an exhausting but very satisfying weekend spent at TetZooCon 2018, the conference of the famous Tetrapod Zoology blog run by Darren Naish — the sleeping third partner [...]