News from the Geoblogosphere
New from Snet: Lithologs
, a new tool to create lithological/sedimentological logs online..
Wednesday, 25 November 2020
Recently, I purchased a book containing the Smithsonian Institution United States National Museum Bulletin 64 A Critical Summary of Troost's Unpublished Manuscript on the Crinoids of Tennessee by Elvira Wood, a graduate student at Columbia University, New York City 1909. Even though PDF scan copies can be found on the Internet, I wanted the original printed plates to make images from. Also, the book has given me an opportunity to learn more about the characters from America's invertebrate [...]
Demasiado tiempo sin escribir, me temo. Tres meses sin pasarme por Episcophagus, lo que supone el periodo más largo que he pasado sin actualizar desde que empecé este viaje.Ya supondréis que la razón tiene que ver con la situación que nos rodea. En estos meses, en los que casi cada mañana nos levantábamos con noticias cambiantes, normas absurdas reemplazando a normas aún más
A new study maps the world’s glacierized volcanoes and could help predict the dangers of future
Here is a throwback to a couple of posts I did a long time ago, License Plate Geology. The next up on my License Plate Geology, is "Playa"
Playa1. A term used in the southwestern U.S. for a dry, barren [...]
Progress requires large-scale development projects to increase transparency and inclusion of grassroots and Indigenous
A recent talk hosted by the Undergraduate Program in Sustainable Development discussed the challenges and benefits of micro-mobility as a form of sustainable
ReferenceThe warmies have the money and influence. No hope there. She could go to
We recently visited the Warford Ranch Volcano which is a low shield volcano that is part of the Sentinel-Arlington volcanic field of southwestern Arizona. It is about 3 million years old. It was [...]
World daily C19 deaths at a new record (12785) and US daily deaths (2146) highest since early May.
Five women and three men were chosen by the U.S. president-elect to restore the world's most famous agency, counting on the support of the scientific
Luiza Kwiatkowska es una artista de Varsovia (Polonia) especializada en la creación de personajes y el diseño de tatuajes. Ya salió por aquí hace poco, y destacábamos su activismo y la denuncia social [...]
Triassic Fossil Fish, Albertonia sp. I can picture this lovely sailing through Early Triassic seas with her graceful sail-like fins. She is a ganoid fish, Albertonia sp., an extinct bony fish from the East [...]