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MPA in Environmental Science and Policy alum, Julie Manoharan, leverages her degree to help shape communications strategies and program
We have a busy year ahead of us, helping to put sustainable development at the heart of geoscience events, training and practice, and advocating for the importance of geoscience in tackling global challenges. Here's an overview of our plans, and [...]
Yeah, we have a big 'Let's talk' thing in Canada. My experience is with depression, which is just one of the many varieties of mental illness. Depression is simply diabetes of the mind, with brain serotonin being in short supply.
It has a huge [...]
There is still time yet for it to be worse, as with the Antarctic, but we have to wait for the annual summary. Then they will say 'it could have been a lot worse' if we didn't trash all the air conditioners for a trillion dollars. [...]
What can we learn from Scotland's Parallel Roads of Glen Roy?
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In Polen bebte die Erde mit einer Magnitude von 4,8. Der Erdbebenherd lag in 10 km Tiefe, das Epizentrum lag nur 5 km südwestlich der Ortschaft Grębocice. Erdbeben dieser Magnitude können leichte bis moderate Schäden an alten Häusern [...]
The dome isn't actually growing, but there's still exciting news about Mount Saint Helens.
-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Yeah, people are picking up on my idea of noise testing. However, as usual with engineers, they got the physics wrong. They are claiming they can add information on the safety of the building 'after the fact', with no [...]
Yeah, another 'explanation' on why we are freezing our collective rears, while in reality it's getting warmer.
You have to read this, I couldn't. It's another 'just so' story, spun out by a great writer. It seems different [...]
This images shows a fly fossil found in the Florissant Formation
of Teller County, Colorado, USA. The second image is a close up of its leg. It dates to the Eocene Epoch of the
Paleogene Period. Thanks to Kenny for the microscope