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by Chuck Bailey, Professor of Geology College of William & Mary and GSA Councilor *Originally posted 2 April 2019 on the William & Mary Blogs Last week much of the William & Mary Geology department hit the road again en route to [...]
Roman Tantillo (a.k.a. RT Skulls) es un chaval de 8 años residente en Chicago (Illinois, Estados Unidos) al que le apasiona dibujar. Con rotuladores especiales, pintaba sobre camisetas y a sus padres les pareció buena idea subir algunas de sus [...]
I’ve spent an inordinate amount of time lately in the obscure part of the Oakland Hills between Piedmont Pines and Canyon. Much of it leaves me puzzled, and some of it leaves me dazzled, but I did manage to slow down and get a decent look at the [...]
Alaska is different—it has moose hunters on hovercrafts, many large national parks, and certain unique federal laws. Last week the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously held that National Park Service laws and regulations of general applicability do not [...]
The Arctic ice volume is still cruising along at 2015. Since it is still 30 below up there, I expect it to zoom to higher levels in the next month or two. I'm now waiting for the global temperatures, and I expect a drop.
ps. no forecasts for [...]
Bob Morane es un aventurero políglota y experto en artes marciales creado en 1953 por el centenario novelista belga Henri Vernes (1918), también autor de À la recherche du monde perdu (1954) bajo el pseudónimo de Ray Stevens. Protagonista de [...]
'Which power source? – solving the crisis in Kiama: searching for all the power sources that could be developed in a mythical country'
Pupils study a map to find clues to the different energy sources that could be exploited in a mythical [...]
I just had to show the picture from this morning in Toronto. And it's going to -7 tonight, so this year's April Fool will be a pratfall on the ice.
This has just got to bump up natgas prices. Or maybe the next one.
All of this is just [...]
This well-preserved partial ichthyosaur was found in the Blue Lias shales by Lewis Winchester-Ellis in 2018. An exciting find to be sure. The vertebrae you see are from the tail section of this marine reptile.The find includes stomach contents [...]
These are the latest papers on paleoseismology, earthquakes, and active tectonics. Enjoy reading and please let us know in case we’ve missed something: Wedmore, L. N. J., Gregory, L. C., McCaffrey, K. J. W., Goodall, H., & Walters, R. J. [...]