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This post has been a long time coming. A little over 13 years from when we first dug a hole in the ground for a toe fragment in Central Montana, our giant Daspletosaurus sp. "Pete III" is now on permanent display at the Cincinnati Museum Center! A [...]
This trilobite fossil was on display at the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) in New York city in July 2018. The trilobite fossil is named Dicranurus hamatus elegans. It was found in the Haragan Formation, Coal County of Oklahoma, USA and [...]
The new ELI today is 'Faults in a MarsTM Bar; pulling apart a MarsTM Bar to model a divergent plate margin'.
The activity models the processes which are taking place at oceanic ridges and continental rift valleys, and enables pupils to see that [...]
This trilobite fossil was on display at the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) in New York city in July 2018. The trilobite fossil is named Asaphus expansus. It was found in the Wolchow River of St. Petersburg, Russia and dates to the [...]
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The occurrence of sporadic permafrost in the Alps often needs challenging fieldwork in order to be investigated. Here in the high altitude karstic plateau of Mt. Canin-Kanin (2587 m asl) in the Julian Alps (southeastern European Alps) several [...]
In 1811, in Lyme Regis, one of the richest fossil locations in England and part of a geological formation known as the Blue Lias, Mary Anning and her brother Joseph unearthed the skull of an enigmatic ‘sea monster’. A year later, Mary uncovered [...]
The 2018 deadline to record affidavits of labor and pay rental on State of Alaska mining claims was disrupted by a 7.0 earthquake near Anchorage at 8:29 a.m. on Friday, November 30. As a result of the earthquake, the Department of Natural [...]
New research indicates that seismic noise may be a game changing tool in tracking aquifer water health, especially in drought-sensitive areas.
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Nun hat das INGV Napoli ein Statement zur Lage am Vesuv veröffentlicht. Der Alarmstatus bleibt bei „grün“. Die beobachteten Schwarmbeben lägen im Bereich der normalen seismischen Aktivität des Vulkans. Meteovesuvio reagiert mit Unglauben [...]
Mysteriöses ereignet sich dieser Tage auf unserem Planeten: Ein Hobby-Seismologe fand heraus, dass unser Planet am 11. November von einem seltsamen Erdbeben heimgesucht wurde. Seltsam deswegen, weil es sich nicht um ein typisches Erdbeben handelte, [...]