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This timelapse video of Volcán de Fuego shows a pyroclastic flow rushing down the flank of the crater.
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Melting drones on Vanuatu [...]
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With the pylon at Aust coming up close to its 50th anniversary it is time that National Grid and Trant Engineering Limited give the concrete pillars it is stood upon some major renovation. As part of these works, that will continue throughout 2016, [...]
My good Peruvian friend and geologist (thanks Jenny!) sent me a link today about a recent Ted Talk featuring Andrés Ruzo, another Peruvian geologist, and his search for a mythical boiling river in the Amazon far from any volcanic centre. I liked [...]
I wandered past our department seismometer (at Modesto Junior College in central California), and noticed some disturbances that didn't look like the record of students jumping up and down. They indeed turned out to be a pair of moderate earthquakes [...]
A new tool helps scientists communicate better with communities on global climate change issues, increasing awareness and stakeholder
Stopping for dinner at the Antelope Truck Stop, near Burns, Wyoming.See the Wind?(inspired by Christina Rossetti)Who has seen the wind?Neither I nor you:But if tumbleweeds stop traffic,The wind is passing through.Who has seen the wind?Neither you [...]
I mentioned this subject last week, and thanks to my friend Ed Maibach at George Mason Univ. for the tip about this op-ed piece in U.S. News and World Report. It’s well worth a read, and I agree with the authors that the likely reason for this [...]
The Arizona House Commerce Committee this week approved HB2613, on a partisan vote of 5-3, to de-license a number of professions including geologists. The bill is opposed by a broad coalition of professional organizations including the Arizona [...]
I was going through old files here during some down time and I found a GREAT video from a former education officer. You can find it on youtube
Our colleague Guillaume St-Onge sent us the following interesting job offer: PhD project on natural hazards and paleomagnetism at the Institut des Sciences de la Mer de Rimouski (ISMER) in close collaboration with the Institut de Physique du Globe [...]