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Dear Mayor, this has been a horrible botch-up from the start. The installation of the water main cracked my big clay sewer pipe, but didn't open. They had closed up for a week before there was trouble. Then came the big rain at [...]
In times gone by, our ancestors gazed up at the night sky and told stories of the wondrous figures they saw gliding above the horizon. That was before television. These days most of us have forgotten the stories, but the stars are still up there. [...]
The Geological Society of Washington founded 1893 WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 2019 MEETING 1543 GABRIELA FARFAN Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History “A mineral perspective on coral skeletons in a changing ocean” EMILY MARTIN [...]
The new ELI today is 'What is it made of? Relate each mineral or rock to the everyday object containing it.'
This activity shows the presence of geological resources in many of the things used in our daily lives.
You can find many other [...]
If you've ever lost at Oyster Roulette you might not be inclined to try it here. Or are they just being precautionary/truthful?
But, how nice that a full norovirus recovery pack it is included among the condiments...
‘Langganan’ bencana tahunan anehnya menjadi slogan yang membuat kita seolah merasa tak jera. Belum terhapus dalam ingatan banjir bandang sentani yang menenggelamkan setidaknya 112 korban jiwa, banjir bengkulu yang membuat belasan ribu warga [...]
Please join us for our annual Joint Meeting of the Potomac Geophysical Society & DMV Chapter of the Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists at 7:00 pm Thursday, May 16, 2019 at the DoubleTree by Hilton McLean Tysons, 1960 Chain [...]
The future does not belong to the nation that pumps, sells and burns the most fossil
Los crustáceos decápodos son un grupo de Artrópodos muy común en todos los mares actuales y han llegado a colonizar las aguas dulces e incluso medios terrestres. A este grupo pertenecen organismos tan comunes y abundantes como las gambas y los [...]
Even though some food is never eaten, the carbon emissions to grow it still end up in the atmosphere. Reducing waste is crucial to fighting climate