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New from Snet: Lithologs
, a new tool to create lithological/sedimentological logs online..
Wednesday, 13 March 2019
Der Mayon auf den Philippinen ist heute recht munter gewesen und erzeugte 5 phreatische Eruptionen. Die letzten beiden Ausbrüche schufen Aschewolken, die bis in einer Höhe von 4000 m über dem Meeresspiegel aufstiegen. MIROVA registriert eine schwache thermische Strahlung mit einer Leistung von 4 MW. Es ist nicht auszuschließen, dass es bereits wieder schwaches Domwachstum ... Weiterlesen ...
Ok, alcune introduzioni (C)autobiografiche per spiegare questo post.
Sono un paleontologo dei vertebrati che studia dinosauri e altri fossili mesozoici.
Ascolto Metal [ma non solo] da quando avevo 15 anni. Però non amo il Black Metal.
Vabbè, nessuno è perfetto.
La premessa serve per dare una misura della stima che ho per questo gruppo Black Metal di Roma, chiamato
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The Undergraduate Program in Sustainable Development was pleased to welcome Alexander Quinn, director of sustainable economics at Hatch to its Sustainable Development Speaker Series this
A recent study is the first to show that pollutants and greenhouse gas emissions have directly affected the 20th century evolution of rainfall over a
After visiting a number of museums in Italy during the summer, a curious coincidence occurred while hiking in Utah's Zion Canyon in the fall. But, it didn't stop there and continued the following week in [...]
GeoLog-The official blog of the European Geosciences Union [07:30:29]
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Elisa Marazzi es una artista de Piacenza (Italia) apasionada con el diseño de tatuajes y la ilustración en general. Hace algunos meses realizó una serie de ilustraciones en acuarela inspirada en la era [...]
Hurricane, Utah — Well, maybe not fully polar, but it was very cold and windy in southern Utah today. Our glove-less fingers were numb, and the bitter gusts penetrated our pitiful parkas. We collected some [...]
Left to right: Allosaurus fragilis, Apatosaurus louisae, Homo sapiens, Diplodocus carnegii.
Between 2 and 3 years ago I started turning my long time passion for image processing, and particularly morphological image processing, to the task of fault segmentation. At the time