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New from Snet: Lithologs
, a new tool to create lithological/sedimentological logs online..
Thursday, 07 November 2019
In 1971, during uranium and thorium exploration in the Sustut Basin of northern British Columbia, Canada, Kenny F. Larsen registered above-background levels of radiation from a talus slope near the confluence of Birdflat Creek and the Sustut River. The source of this radiation were the fossil remains of an unknow dinosaur. Larsen, an economic
I have almost paid all the bills for November and I don’t have any money left for rest of the month and none bill ($15USD, my online backups). The reason for current problems is fast debt payment with my bank in Iceland in November because of me moving to Denmark and because how October did … Continue reading "Donations needed for November"
The heat was different than what a Houston sun bestows upon us day after day, so it didn’t help that this very sun was creeping in and out of oncoming clouds. The fierce warmth clung to the fibers of my [...]
By Larry Collins, PhD Candidate Washington State University As you near the end of your degree programs, you may have several questions floating around in your mind. What do I want to do now that I am [...]
The Most Devastating Volcanic Eruption
A corespondent has brought THIS VIDEO to my attention. It is all about the Siberian traps and other Large Igneous Provinces (LIPs) and the consequences for the world. I [...]
The sediments of the southeastern most site, No. 1551 in IODP count, introduce a new complication: sand. Previous cores have... Read more
You and I are vertebrates, we have backbones. Having a backbone or spinal column is what sets apart you, me and almost 70,000 species on this big blue planet.
So which lucky ducks evolved one? Well, ducks for [...]
Adam Tran no es solo un profesor de química en un instituto de Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam). También es un artista de origami capaz de hacer increibles figuras con papel. Es miembro del Vietnam Origami [...]
The center focuses on developing better batteries as well as other energy storage options, which are key to a future fueled by renewable
Der mexikanische Vulkan Popocatepetl ist weiterhin sehr aktiv und eruptiert neben Aschewolken glühende Tephra. Sie landet im oberen Bereich der Vulkan-Außenflanken. MIROVA registriert eine thermische [...]
An Earth Institute expert explains how to dig up a company’s sustainability
This Q&A is part of the “Career Spotlight” series of Expedition 385 Can you tell me a little... Read more