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I woke up on Tuesday, 17 Nov 2009 completely unaware of what was about to unfold. I tried to log in to RealClimate, but for some reason my login did not work. Neither did the admin login. I logged in to the back-end via ssh, only to be inexplicably [...]
Today's big story is the massive Arctic current. For the first time, that I have seen, there is net flow into the Bering Straight.
This is the current coming around Greenland. It stops the Gulf Stream and plunges all the way to the equator.
In October 2017 Katherine Joy and Romain Tartese from the DEES Isotope Group joined a joint French-Chilean led expedition to the Atacama desert in Chile to search and recover meteorites that will be used for scientific analysis. You can read … [...]
The JR is heading towards San Diego and arrives Friday late afternoon. The sun is setting behind Cabrillo Point, and... Read more
I've been leading geology field studies trips to lots of places in the American West for 30 years and started to take digital pictures in 2001. I sometimes struggle to find new things to photograph when I visit a place for the 30th time, but [...]
Auf der indonesischen Insel Java eruptierte der Vulkan Merapi eine Aschewolke. Sie erreichte Höhe von fast 4300 m über dem Meeresspiegel. Die explosive Eruption erfolgte aus dem Gipfelkrater, der von einem Lavadom verstopft ist. Diesmal entstand [...]
It is very difficult for a young girl to get a full-time office job in Toronto. My daughter, 28, has finally got a full-time job with benefits and a union.
Our distant relation, university educated, about 25, has been working contract jobs for [...]
Willis Harold O'Brien (1886-1962), “Obie” para los amigos, para abreviar y para quienes odian los apóstrofes, es uno de los principales responsables del éxito del cine de dinosaurios y, por extensión, del sólido asentamiento de estas [...]
Greetings from McMurdo Station, Antarctica! For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Karen Alley and I’m a visiting assistant professor in the College of Wooster Department of Earth Sciences. I’m a glaciologist and a remote sensor, … [...]
After a night of quiet introspection on the JR the time has finally come. Tobias, Joanne, Dan and your blogger... Read more