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These are the latest papers on paleoseismology, active tectonics, and archaeoseismology, today with a lot of contributions to active tectonics in Asia. Enjoy! Elliott, A. J., Oskin, M. E., Liu-zeng, J., & Shao, Y. X. (2018). Persistent rupture [...]
Hello everyone, I was inspired by starman to make blogs with dinosaur replicas, and I thought about how I have around 190 replicas, yet I don’t use them! Anyway, on to the pictures!
Here we have Torvosaurus tanneri and Saurophagonax [...]
Each month, Jesse Zondervan picks his favourite posts from geoscience and development blogs/news which cover the geology for global development interest. Here’s a round-up of Jesse’s selections for the last four weeks: If we want to solve the [...]
Josef Velenovský & Ladislav Viniklář, 1926. Flora cretacea Bohemiae: Nové dodatky k české křídové květeně I. Díl. - Neue Beiträge zur böhmischen Kreideflora. I. Teil. Rozpravy Státního geologického ústavu [...]
I’ve decided to lay down the notes for a potential remake of Walking with Dinosaurs, one of the most beloved dinosaur documentaries of all time. I have an idea for Episode One.
Episode I- Dawn of the Future Rulers
Setting: Argentina in the [...]
I’m going offtopic here to post (to the suggestion of Vale) pictures of some astronomical events that I’ve seen. Now I’ve seen many astronomical events before, but only in 2012 did I start taking pictures of them (because I had an actual [...]
My phone can’t post a forum post...So I did a blog.
The last time this happened it was in 1866 if I remember right. Blood moon, Blue moon and Supermoon, all happening at the same time.
I took the photo at about 9 pm, local time.
Josef Velenovský & Ladislav Viniklář, 1929. Flora cretacea Bohemiae: Nové dodatky k české křídové květeně III. Díl. - Neue Beiträge zur böhmischen Kreideflora. III. Teil. Rozpravy Státního geologického ústavu [...]
I came across an old article that I'd received ages ago (before blogging was a thing) and I think it's still relevant today as a reminder of why environmental regulations are so critical.
The Philly Inquirer did a a great series on the aftermath [...]
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