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Friday, 17 March 2023

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ARCHEA [20:43:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (31 visits) info
The East Kootenay region on the south-eastern edge of British Columbia is a land of colossal mountains against a clear blue sky. That is not strictly true, of course, as this area does see its fair share of rain and temperature extremes — but visiting in Autumn every view is a postcard of mountainous terrain.Rocks from deep within the Earth's crust underlie the entire East Kootenay region and

Dammed if You Do, Dammed if You Don’t: The Impacts of Beaver Dam Removal on Stream Flow and Temperature 

Speaking of Geoscience [16:35:10]  recommend  recommend this post  (319 visits) info
Sarah Dunn, GSA 2022 Science Communication Intern The Advocates for the Knife River Watershed came to Dr. Karen Gran with a problem. As a non-profit dedicated to promoting a healthy watershed, the community group had concerns about the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources’ (MNDNR) beaver management strategy. The MNDNR was trapping beavers and removing their

Earliest Triassic ichthyosaur from Spitsbergen 

Letters from Gondwana [13:22:24]  recommend  recommend this post  (67 visits) info
Ichthyosaurs were iconic marine reptiles that roamed the Mesozoic oceans for some 160 million years. They were characterized by an elongated body, a relatively small head, a long snout, flipper shaped limbs, [...] | Impressum