News from the Geoblogosphere
New from Snet: Lithologs
, a new tool to create lithological/sedimentological logs online..
Tuesday, 12 January 2021
Jim McCalpin’s famous “Paleoseismology” is now also available in Chinese. The book was translated by Xu Yueren, Li Wenqiao, and Du Peng. Price: 300 Yuan ISBN: 978-7-116-12228-4 Printed in Beijing, October 2020 Details and where to buy it: https://www.mine999.cn/news/show-415182811.html By the way, “Палеосейсмология” is also available in Russian:
The next Drunk on Geology is for Chalk Hill Syrah from the Chalk Hill Estate Winery.
The name of the Chalk Hill Estate Winery comes from Chalk Hill upon which it sits, but the winery encompasses a rather large area with several different types of soil and bedrock. From their own website:
"In amazing proximity, the soils range from shallow to deep, from thin to thick, from gravel and rock to heavy clay. An old river bed caps one hill; an unusual serpentine vein ranges through another [...]
ReferenceWow, I was a student of the history of Germany in the 30's. Wow. He'll go down in history as a Hilter wannabee. All my nastyism references are obscured, so that nobody reads this. I don't [...]
She is a division administrator at Lamont and one of the 2020 recipients of the Earth Institute Distinguished Staff
Am Laacher See (Vulkaneifel) ereignete sich heute Morgen ein schwaches Erdbeben der Magnitude 2,1.
The post Laacher See: Erdbeben M 2,1 first appeared on Vulkane Net
Plutonia, segun ZoradLa ciencia-ficción era un género consolidado en la Rusia del siglo XIX. Los cuentos de Thaddeus Bulgarin (1789-1859) narran viajes en el tiempo (Fábulas plausibles o vagabundeos por [...]
You would be forgiven for not paying attention to the usual suspects of climate denial right now, but they are trying to keep busy anyway. Last week (January 8), Roy Spencer [Update Jan 13: now deleted] posted [...]
A new publication highlights lessons learned to date from a project that studies the factors that lead to sustainable peace within a
ReferenceOh, yuck, yuck, yuck. eeww. I'd rather have the lady at the lab suck me dry than take my own pin-prick test. Apparently, nobody is doing it. I wonder why.But, since I haven't been sent one, [...]