News from the Geoblogosphere
New from Snet: Lithologs
, a new tool to create lithological/sedimentological logs online..
Thursday, 07 July 2022
The Cretaceous beds of Patagonia have yielded the most comprehensive record of Cretaceous non-avian theropods from Southern Hemisphere, which includes at least five main theropod lineages: Abelisauroidea, Carcharodontosauridae, Megaraptora, Alvarezsauridae, and Unenlagiidae. These record facilitates the understanding of the origin, evolution, and radiation of theropods from Gondwana. The first remains of dinosaurs were found near
Cute, that all month, the warmies have been going on about how warm the Arctic is. That's relative, because it's not something for running around in your swimsuit. However, you can see in the chart, that June is always a big drop in ice volume.Still, the last few years have the ice building up. It will soon recover from the warm cycle, and all the polar bears will be
On June 30, the New York Department of Environmental Conservation denied an application to renew an air quality permit for the Greenidge Generating Station, citing work published by Columbia Climate School's [...]
Recently while biking on the Burke Gilman Trail near Gas Works Park, I was struck (not physically mind you, in case you worried that I suffered a shrubbery injury) by the lush fennel along the trail. In some [...]
They have nothing to do with each other, and are all wonderful. I have noted a slight trend for leaders of the right to enjoy parties in a really fun manner.I just liked the title, and please don't sue [...]
Nuova ricostruzione scheletrica di Eotyrannus lengi (copyright, Dan Folkes). Scala = 1 metro. In bianco, le parti note di E. lengi.Dopo una lunga gestazione (narrata nel podcast linkato a fine post), è [...]
This is a short trace fossil story with two disappointments, one much more than the other. It involves trace fossils made by lingulid brachiopods, a marine invertebrate group with a very long geological [...]
A new study discovered that glaciers are vital for buffering stream temperatures and protecting species like salmon during extreme summer
As an urban researcher, one of my most exciting “discoveries” over the years was the underground building at Pigeon Point, the ridge that comprises the east side of West Seattle. I first heard about it [...]
El primer dinosaurio que vimos en una plaza de toros fue a Gwangi en la de Almería, en 1969. Pero no iba a ser el único...
En 2017, la organización francesa Federación de Luchas para la Abolición de [...]
Fonte: Wedel (2012).Nuovo episodio del Podcast, in cui parlo di tre casi da manuale che smentiscono il così detto "Disegno Intelligente". Per ridere un po' dei nostri difetti di