News from the Geoblogosphere
New from Snet: Lithologs
, a new tool to create lithological/sedimentological logs online..
Tuesday, 14 January 2020
Klaus-G. Hinzen, Fabrizio Galadini, Shmuel Marco, Stathis Stiros, and Amanda M. Gaggioli invite contributions to an archaeoseismology session at the 37. Assembly of the European Seismological Commission (ESC) 2020, September 6-11 in Corfu, Greece. Deadline for abstract submission is April 12th 2020. Session description Archaeoseismological studies are often made with great enthusiasm and dedication to a certain object or building. Motivation for the research can be manifold, e.g., (1) extend [...]
For global temperatures, the satellite results treat a pixel of ocean the same as a pixel of land. Then it is all averaged. But that shows that global temps have been flat for years. Not good for the warmies.
So they invented a totally bizarre data set. This one must cut out all the land. The amount of effort is incredible, but anything goes for the carbonistas. The ocean temps lag
Hasta ahora se conocía un único género de tortugas terrestres gigantes en Europa. Se trataba de la exitosa Titanochelon, representada por cerca de una decena de especies y cuyo registro fósil es reconocido [...]
The chunky ammonite Proeuhoplites subtuberculatus, bed II (iv), Folkstone Gault Clay, county of Kent, southeast England.
This matrix you see here is the Gault Clay, known locally as the Blue Slipper. This [...]
As you know, many states have a designated state bird, flower, fish, tree, rock, etc. And, many states also have a state soil – one that has significance or is
Like several towns and cities in the midwest and northeast USA, Wooster, OH broke its daily high temperature record for January 11 last Saturday. Below is a graph of some of the data (made a little prettier in [...]
Brewericeras hulenense (Anderson 1938) a fast-moving, nektonic (no idle floating here!) carnivorous ammonite from the Lower Cretaceous (Albian) of Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands), British Columbia, [...]
Nueva pieza de Jose Tomás en la que a través de una tradición navideña descubrimos un posible motor evolutivo...
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