News from the Geoblogosphere
New from Snet: Lithologs
, a new tool to create lithological/sedimentological logs online..
Saturday, 27 June 2020
On 23 June, 2020, a magnitude 7.4 subduction earthquake struck western Mexico and let the earthquake early warning sirens sound in the capital. Reportedly, ten people lost their lives and thousands of houses were damaged in Oaxaca. Our colleagues Magda Velázquez-Bucio, Sabina Porfido, and Alessandro Michetti have put together a report on the Earthquake Environmental Effects of this event in English and Spanish: The report includes data on structural damage, landslides, rock falls, ground [...]
My next post about the Geology of the National Parks Through Pictures was from a rather snowy trip to Arizona where my wife ran an Ironman and then we did a tour of some of Arizona's National Parks, that unfortunately got snowed out towards the end of the trip.
You can find more Geology of the National Parks Through Pictures as well as my Geological State Symbols Across America series at my website Dinojim.com.Arizona State Geological symbols can also be found [...]
Total US C19 deaths 125,039
Last five daily = [ 423 829 754 2425 629]
124824 +/- 1912 = Jul 1 total (95% confidence)
134802 +/- 1912 = Aug 1
Down to Earth Extra - July 2020
The latest edition is available HERE.
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This is a partial Crinoid from the Bobcaygeon formation in Gamebridge, Ontario, Canada. I found it a few years ago on a field trip and a friend, Malcolm, cleaned it up for me. The crinoid is named [...]
Im letzten Jahr wurde die Liparische Insel Stromboli gleich von 2 großen paroxysmalen Eruptionen heimgesucht, bei denen ein Wanderer starb und mehrere Personen verletzt wurden. Zahlreiche Bootsfahrer [...]
This ammonite fossil was seen at the New Harmony Indiana USA Working Men's Institute Museum & Library in June 2020. It was identified as a Ceratites nodosus (Bruguière. 1789). The fossil dates to [...]
This Hettangian ammonite, Alsatites proaries, is a lovely example of the cephalopods cruising our ancient oceans at that time. Alsatites is an extinct genus of cephalopod belonging to the Ammonite subclass. [...]