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The Latin American Association of Tectonics has recently been founded in order “…to help the exchange of ideas and facilitate collaborations of tectonic studies in South America. The Latin American Association of Tectonics consists [...]
Aldo AL-007 Handphone – Hitam Dual SIM/HT Function merupkan gadget yang menggabungkan feature handphone dengan handy talky. Memiliki bentuk yang tidak tipis serta tampak garang pas untuk pemakai yang suka berpetualang atau bahkan juga susah [...]
Twenty-three million years ago, the Antarctic Ice Sheet began to shrink, going from an expanse larger than today’s to one about half its modern size. Ancient fossilized leaves retrieved from a lake bed in New Zealand now show for the first time [...]
It's been more than a year since my last blogroll update.
First, the deletions:
Geokittehs apparently went private at some point when I wasn't looking.
Research at a snails pace refocused a bit and moved here, but the last post was more than a [...]
Earlier this year, I left Australian Scientific Instruments to take a job as Senior SHRIMP Specialist at Geoscience Australia. In between those jobs, I pushed a couple of bottom drawer manuscripts out into journal submission. One has already been [...]
The movement rate of the Aletsch landslide in Switzerland has increased significantly in the last few days, and is now about 80 cm per
By Nancy Greig, Director Emeritus, Cockrell Butterfly Center As I was leaving the museum around 9 p.m. last week, after the fun “Evenings with the Owls” event at the Butterfly Center, my attention was piqued by an unfamiliar [...]
I just read that Ammie and Vimware have joined up, putting another nail in the Google cloud services. So, I am nagging them again to do something original. I am getting tons of free stuff from Ammie to review, yet nothing from googs. In fact, [...]
2016 was a hot year for climate change shareholder resolutions hitting the boardrooms of oil and gas companies. Although more familiar climate news headlines have carried calls to "keep it in the ground" and divest investment portfolios from fossil [...]
Stephane on Blogger Earthquakes, geology and related topics... but not only [2016-10-15 16:33:00]
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This week, the final meeting of the Joint Laboratory between France and Ecuador (so-called LMI SVAN) was held in Quito. The LMI SVAN is supported by three French institutes (LMV: Laboratoire Magmas et Volcans, Clermont-Ferrand; Géosciences Azur, [...]