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Monday, 05 June 2023

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New papers on paleoseismology, active tectonics, and archaeoseismology (June 2023) 

Paleoseismicity [13:58:20]  recommend  recommend this post  (206 visits) info
This month’s list of papers includes the first few studies on the devastating earthquakes in Türkiye in February, 2023. Apart from that, we also have important work in archaeoseismology and great studies from New Zealand, an interesting shallow earthquake in the Tarim Basin, updates on surface displacement hazard and strain rate estimations, and papers on the Med and East Africa. Enjoy

Spencer plot up, but within the fuzz 

Ontario-geofish [01:58:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (190 visits) info
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 This is great news for all those who can't handle charts.  That last ocean temp chart that got everybody all a flutter was a useless indicator.  This chart is very noisy, so you can celebrate that it has gone up, all due to El Nino coming 'any minute

Turning a new page[s] 

Real Climate [03:10:07]  recommend  recommend this post  (182 visits) info
The world is full of climate dashboards (and dashboards of dashboards), and so you might imagine that all datasets and comparisons are instantly available in whatever graphical form you like. Unfortunately, [...]

How to distinguish different landscapes - granite, chalk, sandstone and limestone 

Earth Learning Idea [13:39:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (51 visits) info
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 New teaching videos to accompany two popular Earthlearningideas:'Geological postcards 1 – granite and chalk'' and 'Geological postcards 2 – sandstone and limestonePicture postcard puzzles'These ELIs use [...]

La anatomía de criaturas del pasado vista por Dave Kellett (III) 

Koprolitos [10:43:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (40 visits) info
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Después de ver por aquí y por aquí las reconstrucciones anatómicas en vida de diferentes criaturas extintas bajo el prisma del ilustrador californiano Dave Kellett, en esta tercera entrega podemos [...]

EXPLORING THE GLORIOUS KOOTENAY REGION 

ARCHEA [21:17:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (26 visits) info
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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 [...]

State of the Oceans - June 5, 2023 - All the world is a stagnant mess 

Ontario-geofish [15:17:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (14 visits) info
 I'm just catching the June 1 ocean currents, but they aren't doing anything.The Pacific belt currents are just goofing around.  No heat energy is being created or moved about.  The world wind patterns are [...]

l'erosione accelerata dell'alveo come causa del crollo in Calabria del ponte sul fiume Trionto del 3 maggio 2023 

scienzeedintorni [11:47:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (62 visits) info
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Spesso e non solo su Scienzeedintorni, ho sempre espresso la mia opinione contraria rispetto a chi invoca i dragaggi in alveo come strategia di diminuzione della pericolosità idraulica (non del rischio… è [...]

President Biden’s Environmental Record 

State of the Planet [14:15:44]  recommend  recommend this post  (47 visits) info
Joe Biden and his team have put together a stunning record of environmental success. In addition to reconstructing the EPA, Biden has led the enactment of America's largest environmental funding

Migmanychion, un nuovo enigmatico theropode da Pigeon Hill 

Theropoda [09:18:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (29 visits) info
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 Pigeon Hill è una località nel nord-est della Cina dal quale sta affiorando una nuova associazione fossile che espande la diversità dell'eccezionale Biota Jehol risalente alla prima metà del Cretacico [...]

How to handle stewing in your own smoky juice 

Ontario-geofish [16:31:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (14 visits) info
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 We can certainly blame climate change for everything, and now it is causing stagnant air all over the world.  Amazing that the carbon is now responsible for more and more things.  It used to be just a [...]
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