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Mesa Arch in Canyonlands National Park
It's been a year. There are lots of ways of looking at the events of 2018 and so many of them are tragic and unjust. But there is always hope as well. There are still the beautiful places of the Earth, and [...]
These are the latest papers paleoseismology, earthquakes, and active tectonics. Happy New Year! Lajoie, L. J., Nissen, E., Johnson, K. L., Arrowsmith, J. R., Glennie, C. L., Hinojosa‐Corona, A., & Oskin, M. E. Extent of low‐angle normal slip [...]
Down to Earth Extra - January 2019
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A Reformed Approach to Science and Scripture is largely a summary of the insights of the late theologian R.C. Sproul on the topic of the relationship between science and Christian faith. The author is Keith Mathison, professor of systematic theology [...]
At the end of the year, I visited Indianapolis to see relatives. They live near the White River. When visiting, I try to walk there to see the shells of fresh water creatures.
I have not seen fossils before there but this time I found 3 on the [...]
We take a look back at some of the hottest geology of 2018, and get a glimpse of what 2019 has to offer
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Anak Krakatau: @planetlabs have captured excellent imagery, including a high resolution SkySat view, of the aftermath of the landslide
The post Anak Krakatau: Planet Labs imagery of the aftermath of the landslide appeared first on The Landslide [...]
Hans Schander, 1924. Die cenomane Transgression im mittleren Elbtalgebiet. Zeitschrift der deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft (Ferdinand Enke) Stuttgart 75 (1–4):
Climate models predict plant decomposition in the tropics will increase in a warmer world, but a new study shows the opposite
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