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Looks like 28C for another couple of weeks, then August 25C, going rapidly down to September 20C, etc.
Since we right on the edge of chaos, we might get more heatwaves. But old man Winter is trying to attack us. The old El Nino is dying.
No suelo publicar textos ajenos, pero hoy haré una de mis contadas excepciones. Hace un mes mi cosmiga Marisol Torres presentó La Resistencia del Baobab, su primer poemario. Debería decir que leerla es una delicia, pero eso sólo es así cuando [...]
Cadoceras tonniense, Mysterious Creek Formation
The Cretaceous-Jurassic exposures near Harrison Lake, British Columbia are an easy two hour drive from Vancouver and another hour or so to our final destination, the unyielding siltstone of the [...]
So, don't try this one until rc2. My logitech usb keyboard was dead. I even changed the batteries. But I went back to the old kernel and everything worked. youknowho better take his stress pills.
'Trace fossils – burrows or borings; what evidence do living organisms leave behind in rocks?'
This activity invites pupils to apply previously learned observations about the features of modern bivalve shells to the fossil record. Adaptations [...]
2019 marks 100 years since women were able to be elected as Fellows of the Geological Society, with the first eight elected in May 1919. They came from a diverse range of specialisms, backgrounds and experience - as part of our activities to mark [...]
Fear and fascination haunts the Cascadia subduction zone in this collection of recent articles.
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So, I wanted to get bathroom, rv toilet, and fishing stuff right away. Can't go to ammie, which had a huge selection. I went up to the local CT. They are in one of their 'despair' phases, which means that nothing was in stock. Went away with [...]
The full Moon of July 16, 2019
Today marks the 50th year since humans walked on the moon for the first time. The landing was an important part of my own life, and whenever I am reminded, I am taken back to my childhood. In 1969, I was at a scout [...]
Recently, I had the very great pleasure of chatting with the deeply awesome "Dinosaur George" Blasting on fossil sites of the Pacific Northwest, what's cool in paleo, finds that have made me cry and hunting ammonites (while getting shot [...]