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Thursday, 17 April 2014
“We encouraged OPG to explore new business lines and opportunities to the benefit of all Ontarians,” he said.
The old company did this once before, I think it was called 'International Ventures', or some such thing. They were a very high-flying group with a nice building in Oakville. We all desperately wanted to go there.
It died in some sort of internal Stalinesque power struggle.
An article on CNBC website explores some of the challenges of producing landslide hazard maps for the United
National Geographic has an article that explains how to watch the total lunar eclipse that will occur overnight on April
Are you earthquake ready? The Great Utah ShakeOut hopes to lend some education in the event of “the big one.” Check out the article for more info! davisclipper.com It’s been said “It’s not if, but when” a major earthquake will hit the Wasatch Front. READ
A strongly worded article by Mathai Joseph and Andrew Robinson in Nature points the finger at the bureaucratic stranglehold over Indian research institutes.
The basic problem is that Indian science has for too long been hamstrung by a bureaucratic mentality that values administrative power over scientific achievement. And, to preserve local control, research is still
National Geographic has an article and video titled: “Chasing Ice Photographer Focuses on Melting Glaciers in Antarctica”…. they bolt nine time lapse cameras to bedrock overlooking glaciers and photograph them every hour during
Good Monday morning to all of our geo friends! We hope you had a fun and safe weekend. Here’s a read for this morning. Some of you may have questions about what caused Chile’s recent and devastating earthquake. This article tries to answer some of those questions. news.nationalgeographic.com Even planet Earth has its faults. Movement
An article on the CNN website explains how building codes saved lives in the recent magnitude 8.2 earthquake in
An article in the Oil and Gas Journal, based upon a study done for the American Petroleum Institute, counts the potential benefits of crude oil
An article in the New York Times explores the idea that governments should have the ability to restrict building construction in areas subject to geologic
An article in The Mercury News explains why companies in North Carolina want Marcellus Shale gas enough that they are willing to invest in a
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Our latest GeoEd article is brought to you by Simon Jung, a lecturer and palaeoceanographer from the University of Edinburgh, who highlights what makes fieldwork a brilliant way to understand Earth processes. Studying geosciences involves training across a broad range of natural sciences. Only equipped with such background knowledge will students be able to grasp
Check out this YouTube video from Yellowstone National Park that addresses some rumors and concerns that have come up as a result of their recent 4.8 earthquake. It clears up a lot of questions! Find other videos that they’ve made HERE. Here’s another article that answers questions about the risk of an eruption from Yellowstone’s
I have to apologize to carnivores. In an article about how to become a fossil, published last summer,
deseretnews.com Over-pumping of groundwater from a deep aquifer in Cedar Valley for the past three decades has caused the ground to sink and crack, inflicting damage on a would-be subdivision and putting future development at risk. READ MORE Read further in this article from KCSG Television Land Subsidence and Earth Fissures in Cedar Valley, Iron
This was always great for us in the old company. At first it blew the cover on those who were milking phoney overtime, but now it's a race. Get rid of
National Geographic has an article that connects the high death toll of the Oso, Washington landslide with the speed of the slide. Related: Landslides – USGS Fact
TheGuardian has an article that presents the earthquake, tsunami and severe storm hazards of ten risky
The second edition of this awesome book is now available—check out the article for more details! tahoedailytribune.com Sierra College Earth Science Professor Frank DeCourten recently released the second edition of his book “Dinosaurs of Utah.” The first edition was released in 1998. READ
“The Puente Hills fault, which scientists believe could be responsible for Friday’s 5.1 earthquake in La Habra, is considered very dangerous.” Quoted from the Los Angeles Times