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The 6th Int’l Colloquium on Historical earthquakes & Paleoseismology studies took place in October 2018 in Han-sur-Lesse, Belgium. Our colleagues Koen Van Noten, Thierry Camelbeeck, and Thomas Lecocq have put together a nice summary of this [...]
I want Canada to put some money into this. Everybody knows that the electric car is not for a cold country, and it doesn't scale because of the rare earths. Hybrids will be good for a while.
But the piston engine needs to die. That's why I'm [...]
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Doug Ford is too busy for suggestions, so I give them to our local rep.
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The original economists laid out the government choice as 'Guns or Butter'. The guns part wasn't really guns, but boosting the economy and infrastructure, [...]
The contest, hosted Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology celebrates the beauty of their
The earliest fossils are bacterial mats at a couple of billion years ago. But this article goes into single bacteria life as far back as 3.5 billion years. So life appeared quite quickly after the water finally condensed. As they [...]
A new study shows that phosphorus and nitrogen should be reduced to mitigate harmful algae blooms in coastal NY
She came around to the house yesterday in the miserable weather. Who cares about her past? She'll go somewhere, but I almost told her Brown stories from my niece -- Whoops.
Amazingly enough she didn't get any of my emails on a [...]
Detailed analysis by the USGS and others shows that Hurricane Maria triggered at least 40,000 landslides in Puerto Rico in 2017
The post Hurricane Maria: a first analysis of landsliding in Puerto Rico appeared first on The Landslide Blog.
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More than 50 years ago a group of schoolchildren discovered a fronded fossil (Charnia) in the Precambrian rocks of Charnwood Forest in the English Midlands. Since then it has been clear that multicellular life originated before the Cambrian Period, [...]