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Monday, 15 August 2022

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Harlem Week Event Discusses Environmental Justice and a More Equitable Future 

State of the Planet [23:56:53]  recommend  recommend this post  (28 visits) info
A century ago, the Harlem Renaissance changed the worlds of art and culture. Could Harlem one day become a leader in the transition to a green

TOTEMS AND LEGENDS OF STANLEY PARK 

ARCHEA [18:13:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (122 visits) info
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Totem, Welcome & Mortuary Poles at Stanley ParkIf you visit Brockton Point in Stanley Park, there are many carved red cedar First Nation poles for you to admire.  What you are viewing are replicas of First Nation welcome and totem poles that once stood in the park but have been returned to their homes within the province's diverse First Nation communities — or held within museum

New Release – Putting Down Roots in Earthquake Country, 2nd Edition 

Utah Geological Survey - blog [17:19:38]  recommend  recommend this post  (20 visits) info
Download PDF New Release: Putting Down Roots in Earthquake Country, 2nd Edition Structural damage to a building in downtown Magna caused by the 2020 M5.7 Magna earthquake. The unreinforced masonry, [...]

And we all got covid 

Ontario-geofish [16:55:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (143 visits) info
 We had the amazing wedding reception, jammed into a video game bar.  And now we all have covid.  Not your mother's covid, but the new strain.  As I said a long time ago, these things evolve to match the [...]

Predicting the Future of Greenhouse Gas Emissions 

State of the Planet [14:27:04]  recommend  recommend this post  (17 visits) info
The transition away from fossil fuels will take a generation: it is a matter of decades, not days, weeks, months, or years. It requires understanding the problem's scale and uncertainty and the role of the [...]

Everything you want to know about Mining and the Green Revolution 

Earth Learning Idea [13:34:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (65 visits) info
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The Earthlearningidea Team is very pleased to announce the launch of 'Mining and the Green Revolution' videos and explanatory powerpoint created by Ben Lepley, SRK Consulting (UK) Ltd. Each video has [...]

How does young soil support plant life? 

SOILS MATTER, GET THE SCOOP! [08:00:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (1 visit) info
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In order to grow well, plants need a place to grow, access to nutrients, and in most cases sunlight. A rich soil provides that home and a good supply of nutrients. But young soils have less to offer – yes, [...]

Introducing Deep Oakland: The title 

Oakland Geology [17:01:55]  recommend  recommend this post  (143 visits) info
This post is the first of a weekly series that will summarize my upcoming book, Deep Oakland: How Geology Shaped a City. The book has eleven chapters, and each post will go into one of them. But first I wanted [...]

Faculty Spotlight: Rhiannon Gulick 

State of the Planet [15:30:36]  recommend  recommend this post  (25 visits) info
This fall, she’ll be co-teaching ‘Energy and Sustainable Development’ — a class that emphasizes how to ask good

Green Guidance: Forests Point the Way to Better Stormwater Management 

Lake Scientist [14:00:20]  recommend  recommend this post  (1 visit) info
Inspired by nature, recent research shows how stormwater management could be improved by using green infrastructure techniques. The post Green Guidance: Forests Point the Way to Better Stormwater Management [...]

La Voz del Mesozoico (XIV): El mundo perdido 

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Si el diplodocus donado por Carnegie al Museo de Ciencias Naturales en 1913 fue el primer esqueleto de un dinosaurio del que pudimos disfrutar los españoles, una década después la magia del cine les [...]

BIG HEAD LITTLE HOOVES: TRICERATOPS 

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This cutie is a Triceratops. The name means three-horned face in Greek but they might have been named Little Hooves instead as a nod to their weight-bearing fingers and toes that ended in sweet little [...]
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