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Sending letters is a nice and more personal way to communicate with friends in this well connected world. Especially, when being abroad. Staying in India, I took the chance to send a letter to my friend and it became an …Read more
Outcrop - The Blog of the Avon RIGS Group [2016-05-15 11:28:00]
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Saltford RIGS and Geology Trail : – Exposures Exposing Work Continues in 2016 Progress Report -- & Advertising of the Exposing Work to Continue to its ‘Cotham Marble Conclusion’, and the further great enjoyable opportunity to be a [...]
San Diego, CA – Amineh AlBashaireh (’18) and I are working with USD scientists, Dr. Bethany O’Shea, Elizabeth Johnston, and Eric Cathcart on the geology of Black Mountain in San Diego, CA. The Santiago Peak Volcanics are exposed [...]
Since the season began at the beginning of May, OK has been maintaining 3 m3's a day, using a single digit precision which I think is good enough. Every weekend it has had an m4, which gives a ratio of about 20 to one, of 3's to 4's. OK is [...]
Fraudulent mining schemes are "alive and in good standing" according to an article, "Recent Arizona Mining Scams," by W. Scott Donaldson, in the May issue of Arizona Attorney magazine.
Donaldson notes scams dating back to [...]
Last week’s featured #HMNSBlockParty creation is by Charlie Bartley (age 8): Want to get your engineering handwork featured? Drop by our Block Party interactive play area and try your own hand building a gravity-defying masterpiece. Tag [...]
Note to my Geology 190 Students: this IS NOT a picture from my current visit. Lava is NOT flowing this way right now. I offer NO GUARANTEES that anything we see on our trip in two weeks will be anything like this. The reasons are described below....
Dear friends and colleagues, The 7th PATA Days will start in a few days and the scientific program is out now: Program PATA Days (1.5 MB, PDF). Jim McCalpin just told us that the weather is still somewhat challenging so bring your warm jumper and [...]
A new video has appeared on Youtube showing the mobility of a small secondary failure at the site of the Aranayake landslide in Sri