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Geoblogosphere weekly review (30th week of 2021, 11 weeks ago)

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      Large-amplitude changes in water-levels facilitate earthquake-triggered mass failures in the Dead Sea Basin

      Paleoseismicity [2021-07-22 11:09:50]   recommend this post  (245 visits)
      A recent study investigated seismogenic mass failure deposits that were preserved in a 457-m deep ICDP drilling (220-0 ka) from the Dead Sea depocenter. The study conducted a critical assessment and testing of the links between the occurrence of [...]

      Small wins: undergraduate geological field trips in times of COVID-19

      Speaking of Geoscience [2021-07-21 20:11:29]   recommend this post  (146 visits)
      By Mark Quigley, Associate Professor of Earthquake Science, School of Earth Sciences at The University of Melbourne Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) and its associated coronavirus disease (COVID-19) emerged in late 2019 [...]

      HORSESHOE CRABS: WINNING THE SLOW RACE OF TIME

      ARCHEA [2021-07-18 12:00:00]   recommend this post  (138 visits)
      Horseshoe crabs are marine and brackish water arthropods of the order Xiphosura — a slowly evolving, conservative taxa.Much like (slow) Water Striders (Aquarius remigis), (relatively sluggish) Coelacanth (Latimeria chalumnae) and (the current [...]

      Reconciliating with our Past: The Reconciliation in Place Names Act

      Speaking of Geoscience [2021-07-22 19:37:56]   recommend this post  (127 visits)
      By Connor Dacey, GSA Science Policy Fellow America has numerous federally-recognized geographic places with historical names.  While many of these places are associated with admired and honorable figures in America’s history, there are others [...]

      Stonechat July 2021

      Geology in the West Country [2021-07-19 16:38:00]   recommend this post  (125 visits)
      Stonechat July 2021  I have been sent a link to "Stonechat" the magazine of the Horsham Geological Field Club. It is well worth reading, especially the article on Rock Bands! You can get it HERE, or read it below.

      Ascelle theropodi

      Theropoda [2021-07-21 19:01:00]   recommend this post  (122 visits)
      Un tema "extra-scientifico" legato ai dinosauri che mi appassiona molto è la persistenza di tutta una serie di dettagli nell'iconografia di questi animali, dettagli a prima vista secondari, ma che invece manifestano il sistema culturale in cui sono [...]

      A brief history of Proboscideans

      Letters from Gondwana [2021-07-23 06:12:59]   recommend this post  (117 visits)
      In 1811, German zoologist Johann Karl Wilhelm Illiger introduced the taxonomic order Proboscidea for elephants, the American mastodon and the woolly mammoth. The proboscis, an elongated appendage from the head of an animal, is the most [...]

      MAMMUTUS PRIMIGENIUS: WOOLLY MAMMOTH

      ARCHEA [2021-07-21 12:00:00]   recommend this post  (117 visits)
      This fellow is Mammutus primigenius a Woolly Mammoth from the Pleistocene of Siberia, Russia. Mammoths have a wonderful display of mammoth teeth, the diagnostic flat enamel plates and the equally distinct pointy cusped molars of the mastodons. He [...]

      DIMORPHODON: TWO TOOTH PTERODACTYLUS

      ARCHEA [2021-07-23 12:00:00]   recommend this post  (110 visits)
      This remarkable fellow is Dimorphodon — a genus of medium-sized pterosaur from the Early Jurassic. He is another favourite of mine for his charming awkwardness.You can see this fellow's interesting teeth within his big, bulky skull. Dimorphodon [...]

      COELACANTHS: LIVING FOSSILS

      ARCHEA [2021-07-20 12:00:00]   recommend this post  (109 visits)
      Coelacanths are members of a now-rare order of fish, the Coelacanthiformes, that includes two extant species in the genus Latimeria: the West Indian Ocean coelacanth — Latimeria chalumnae — primarily found near the Comoro Islands off the east [...]
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