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A few jobs, internships and events that have caught our interest… **International Conference: Analysis and Management of Changing Risks for Natural Hazards 18-19 November 2014, Padua, Italy The conference provides an opportunity to discuss [...]
Jul 13, 2014, at 1:55 PMHello,My name is Ross [----] and I will be a senior at [----] High school in Missouri this year. I am considering either geology or geophysics as a major for college. I am specifically looking for guidance regarding the [...]
The Moon has an elliptical orbit, which means that it is sometimes closer and sometimes farther away from the earth. Today the moon is full and making one of its closer approaches (perigee Moon), at 222,611 miles. At other times it can be as far [...]
La exposición "Dinosaurios maravillosos de España" se inauguró el pasado viernes 11 de Julio en el Museo de Fukui (Japón). Y hasta que lleguen noticias de primera mano, desde El Cuaderno de Godzillin hemos decidido hacer un resumen de [...]
On the weekend 11-13 July 2014 various Australian government institutions had invited to join GovHack 2014.
Governments collect and publish enormous amounts of data, but have
limited resources to get it into the hands of their citizens in [...]
The Atlantic has recently published a global map of air quality. Take a look at the interactive map to find out how the quality of the air you’re breathing compares with other countries and cities.The news isn’t good if you’re [...]
Here is a picture of a pelecypod fossil housed in a display case at the Geologia building located on the campus of Sapienza University of Rome. The case can be found on the second floor of the building. The fossil is called Pecten jacobaeus and [...]
Stevenage: for readers outside of the UK it may not ring much of a bell, and indeed, with no disrespect to Stevenagians, for most UK readers it is not one of our most famous and glamorous metropolitan areas. Located
"Parts of Yellowstone National Park closed after Massive Supervolcano beneath it melts road!" screams the headline in a typical treatment of a modest story out of one of our nation's premier national parks. Let's take the fact that there [...]
After the "Raccophoon"- Pictured is a baby raccoon dog, much less threatening than the storm of its namesake.