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This Friday we’ll have a look at two interactive data viewers and a differentiable ML. Nd Array Viewer Napari is an interactive Nd array Viewer with support for fast inspection and analysis of multidimensional data. Definitely something to pop [...]
There are two upcoming opportunities to hear the 2019 SEG Honorary Lecturer, Heloise Lynn, speaking on “Azimuthal P-P seismic measurements: Past, present, and future” at the November 14, 2019 meeting of the Potomac Geophysical Society at 7:00 [...]
There is an interesting job offer at the Scientific Service Gravimetry and Seismology of the Royal Observatory of Belgium and the Unit of Physical Geography and Quaternary of the University of Liège: A postdoctoral researcher in earthquake geology [...]
At the door, I'm being a trump zombie, without make-up. BECAUSE TRUMP ZOMBIES DON'T WEAR MAKE-UP! muhaha
Here is the Pixel 4 nightsight. Pitch
Bhutan is an Eastern Himalayan Kingdom surrounded by India and China. Think about that for a moment when you consider that the country only has 760,000 citizens. It was a closed to all outsiders until 1971 and television and the internet were only [...]
Recently, my cousin was in northern Indiana and visited a unique mineral and fossil museum. The museum is called Joshua Tree Earth and Space Museum and is located at 106. S. Michigan Street, Lakeville, Indiana. Admission is free but they could use [...]
This is the third of four posts covering the Sausal Creek watershed from hill to Bay. It features the part of the creek between Dimond Canyon and Foothill Boulevard. The early Anglo landowners were quick to establish fruit orchards and berry patches [...]
Have you tried the Earthlearningidea 'An earthquake in your classroom; a classroom earthquake intensity scale'?
“Earthquakes don’t kill people; buildings do.”
This activity helps pupils to visualise what experiencing an earthquake of [...]
Showing min temps today. Toronto is just on the edge.
In other news, I have found that sea level rise is about 90% correlated with global temperatures. That's the result of water expansion with temperature.
The good news is that as we [...]
Weyla (Nielsen, 1963)
A lovely example of the large bivalve, Weyla, from the earliest known Jurassic Ferguson Hill Member (Hettangian and Sinemurian) of the Sunrise Formation in the New York Canyon area of west-central Nevada, USA.