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The lava drama unfolds in Leilani Estates
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It’s been more than two weeks since the International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes opened here at HMNS. For those of you who have not read about the exhibit yet, it’s basically an interactive nineteenth century crime scene and traditional [...]
Photo by M Nelson.
The standard approach shot—boxelder in shady nook, with no obvious changes.
When I rounded the corner of the warehouse yesterday, on my monthly tree-following visit, I could see no obvious changes in the [...]
Estimado Amigo del Geoparque Sobrarbe-Pirineos:Te invitamos a acompañarnos en los encuentros y actividades promovidos en el marco de la Semana de Actividades de la Red Europea de Geoparques 2018, organizados simultáneamente en los 71 territorios [...]
If you are looking for affordable accommodation for PATA Days 2018, you may want to consider staying at the University campground, one of the two venues of the meeting. Please note that the number of houses available is limited, so it is advisable [...]
Sigh.. I did a search for Green Apophyllite and most of the top returned links were websites about crystal healing and crystal therapy! :(
I wish Google would introduce a 'credibility metric' in their website ranking algorithm.
Apophyllite is a [...]
A new issue of Quaternary Perspectives, the INQUA newsletter edited by Lyudmila Shumilovskikh, is out now. QP 25(1) includes a great report by Neta Wechsler about the 2017 PATA Days in New Zealand, more info on the 2019 PATA Days to be held in [...]
Hurricanes that intensify rapidly – a characteristic of almost all powerful hurricanes – do so more strongly and quickly now than they did 30 years ago, according to a new study. Many factors are at play, but the chief driver of more rapid [...]
The climate system is complex, and a complete description of its state would require huge amounts of data. However, it is possible to keep track of its conditions through summary statistics. There are some nice resources which give an overview of a [...]
Los micropaleontólogos de la Universidad de Zaragoza Ignacio Arenillas, José Antonio Arz y Vicente Gilabert han participado en el hallazgo de los restos más puros del mundo de las rocas fundidas que se produjeron por el impacto del asteroide de [...]