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Thursday, 18 August 2022

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We may no longer have any geophysics 

Ontario-geofish [16:18:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (161 visits) info
 Two charts I rely on, are under greta pressure to fold up their tents, and go.  They appear later and later, and I send reminders, always two days later than before.  I must be the only one in the world that looks at them.  Even the physics guy just goes with the mob think.In my imagination, I would like to show you how the Arctic ice is becoming quite thick again, and how Antarctica has

First Columbia Climate School Graduates Head Off to Exciting Jobs 

State of the Planet [15:45:09]  recommend  recommend this post  (1 visit) info
This year’s graduating students are carrying their climate expertise into startups, government agencies, advocacy organizations, and

1 Day Field Course with Nick Chidlaw 

Geology in the West Country [13:24:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (17 visits) info
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1 Day Field Course with Nick Chidlaw Nick Chidlaw has asked me to publicise this field course which he wants to run in October. All the details are below.  -------------------------------------------- A [...]

Did the Chicxulub Asteroid have a Companion? 

Geology in the West Country [11:35:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (19 visits) info
Did the Chicxulub  Asteroid have a Companion?  Soon after I noticed THIS ARTICLE on the BBC website, several people also mentioned it. It tells us about the discovery, off the west coast of North Africa, of [...]

Climate impacts of the #IRA 

Real Climate [00:40:06]  recommend  recommend this post  (59 visits) info
With the signing of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) on Tuesday Aug 16, the most significant climate legislation in US federal history (so far) became law. Despite the odd name (and greatly overused TLA), [...]

Have we Got to the Bottom of this Mystery? 

Geology in the West Country [12:42:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (26 visits) info
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Have we Got to the Bottom of this Mystery? A correspondent sent me the link to THIS ARTICLE on the BBC website. It is based on THIS ACADEMIC PAPER, two of whose authors are at Bristol University. Saccorhytus [...]

TOROSAURUS WALKING THROUGH THE FOG 

ARCHEA [09:16:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (150 visits) info
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Torosaurus was a ceratopsian dinosaur that lived during the Cretaceous. These fellows look very similar to their Triceratops cousins but are an entirely different species in their own right. In 1891, two [...]

Meteor Crater Like You've Never Seen It Before 

Earthly Musings [00:06:00]  recommend  recommend this post  info
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Ejected and overturned Kaibab Formation sitting atop the younger Moenkopi Formation on the rim of Meteor Crater. The sudden and violent impact peeled these layers backwards out of the impact site. Northern [...]
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