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New from Snet: Lithologs
, a new tool to create lithological/sedimentological logs online..
Wednesday, 29 June 2016
Hafnarfjörður, Iceland – Guest Blogger Ben Kumpf (’18) There is never a dull moment in the life of a Wooster geologist. This afternoon at the Lava Hostel, Keck students were surprised with a visit from Brian S. Carl, Wooster alumni class of ’87. Brian, now a Senior Production Geologist for Shell, stopped by after hearing word
Francisco Iglesias Periáñez es un joven diseñador gráfico que ya cuenta con una dilatada trayectoria en el sector publicitario. Además ha hecho sus pinitos en el mundo de la animación y sobre todo en el cómic (puedes ver su webcómic "Cantalgallo" aquí). Estos días presentaba su propuesta para la segunda parte de Jurassic World en la que encontramos un Hoskins algo cambiado con respecto al original. Puedes ver su blog
OK, granular materials behave strangely, but I really don't think this is going to work. [I have no idea where this picture was taken - it's been circulating on the
Nel 2002, Dalla Vecchia e Chiappe
descrissero i resti di un piccolo enantiornite libanese, la cui
posizione filogenetica fu poi analizzata da Cau e Arduini (2008), che
istituirono Enantiophoenix electrophyla. [...]
On 23rd June a massive secondary landslide occurred in the Devdoraki Gorge in Georgia, blocking the main road between Georgia and Russia. The landslide is a reactivation of a landslide deposit left in the [...]
Fossils and Other Living Things [03:23:00]
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(14 visits) category→science_technology Cretaceous,Ordovician; US,GB,CA,SG
The frills sported by horned dinosaurs are fascinating, as are the creative and wide ranging hypotheses proffered to explain this “exaggerated” feature. Two of the most difficult aspects of drafting [...]
Check out this sandstone cobble I saw at Barns Ness – it comes bearing gorgeous trace fossils. Can you spot them? Lens cap for scale in all these photos. The next three are close ups of the burrows from [...]
No, not a football post, nor even politics really, it's a science one for a change.
While people are debating the options for our departure from the EU over the next few years, British science is already [...]
Ready for a trio of gorgeous Mount St. Helens photos? Of course you are!
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