News from the Geoblogosphere
New from Snet: Lithologs
, a new tool to create lithological/sedimentological logs online..
Saturday, 12 January 2019
NEXT THREE WEEKS EVENTS
14th to 20th January 2019
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.
Course - The Geology of Eruptions, Earthquakes and Tsunamis
Mon, 14 January, 19:30 – 21:30
Wynstones School, Stroud Road, Whaddon, Gloucester (map)
The Geology of Eruptions, Earthquakes [...]
Geological Sites of the Bristol Region
In November I mentioned this book produced by BRERC.
Since then I have received some correspondence giving mixed reviews of the book. Generally there is approval of the geological descriptions and explanations but universal condemnation of the maps.
The location maps are virtually useless - try finding Pen Park Hole with this map - I tried and eventually resorted to Google Maps to find it.
The geological maps are worse. Have a look at this [...]
More on Anak Krakatau
Following on from a previous post a correspondent sent me this link which has this fantastic photograph assembled from radar images taken from space.
One can see that the shape of [...]
Vi ricordate la striscia a fumetti dedicata a Sauroniops?
Arnaud Plumeri e Bloz, gli autori di Les Dinosaurs/Dinosaures the Graphic Novel, sono tornati a parlare di "miei" dinosauri, e [...]