News from the Geoblogosphere
New from Snet: Lithologs
, a new tool to create lithological/sedimentological logs online..
Monday, 17 July 2017
Im März hatte ich über eine Beobachtung einer interessanten Wolkenformation erzählt, die eine Kelvin-Helmholtz-Instabilität nachzeichneten. Auf Sixty Symbols gibt es dazu einige informative und anschauliche Videos, die ich hier nicht vorenthalten möchte.
Der Beitrag Kelvin-Helmholtz-Wolken #2 erschien zuerst auf Mente et Malleo.
Sia chiaro, e nessuno si offenda... ma questa alluvione di paraviani nel 2017 pare irrispettosa verso altri cladi meno fortunati.
Evans et al. (2017)
descrivono un frontale quasi completo dalla Formazione Horseshoe
Canyon (base del Maastrichtiano) del Canada, e sulla base delle sue
caratteristiche uniche istituiscono un nuovo theropode,
Gli autori confrontano
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