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Tuesday, 21 April 2015

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Content Creation System For Success Blue Print 

Liberty, Equality, Geology [2015-04-21 04:30:35]  recommend  recommend this post  (19 visits) info
What’s Inside Your Gameplan? Picking out an effective game-plan could make your lifetime much more easy being an author. Here’s a brief listing of factors you have to create to assist make sure your strategies are super-effective: 1. Selecting A Market Your first-choice is just a one: be sure markets you’re enthusiastic about are chosen […] The post Content Creation System For Success Blue Print appeared first on Liberty, Equality, and

Volcanic soundscapes reveal differences in undersea eruptions (+ video) 

AGU Meetings [2015-04-17 16:23:32]  recommend  recommend this post  (37 visits) info
New research matching different types of underwater volcanic eruptions with their unique sound signatures could help scientists better detect and understand emissions occurring on the

EGU15 Discussion: Geology and International Development 

Geology for Global Development [2015-04-17 11:18:16]  recommend  recommend this post  (26 visits) info

Yesterday, the European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly in Vienna played host to an informal discussion on ‘best practice’ when working in the global South. Organised by Geology for Global Development, the event gave people an opportunity to reflect on the skills and practices that could be integrated into our geoscience work to promote sustainability and support development work. Here are some of the themes and ideas… we’ll be publishing a full report on our [...]

April 22nd Landscapes and Geology of the Shepton Mallet area 

Geology in the West Country [2015-04-13 20:20:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (24 visits) info

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NSF-funded project to upgrade the microfossil collections in the Invertebrate Paleontology collection at AMNH 

WeBlog Aragosaurus [2015-04-12 12:29:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (48 visits) info
The Division of Paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History is offering a small number of full-time, 8-week internships for graduate or undergraduate students in geology, invertebrate paleontology, life sciences, museum studies, or related fields (June 22, 2015 start). The interns will participate in an NSF-funded project to upgrade the microfossil collections in the Invertebrate Paleontology collection at AMNH. A summary of the project can be found here:A website documenting the [...]

Preparation Facility Manager for Vertebrate Paleontology, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard 

WeBlog Aragosaurus [2015-04-12 11:54:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (22 visits) info
Preparation Facility Manager for Vertebrate Paleontology, Museum of Comparative Zoology, HarvardJob Summary: Operates the Department of Vertebrate Paleontology preparation laboratory within the MCZ\'s new Paleontology Preparation Facility. Provides preparation/conservation for the faculty curator and department more broadly. Supervises the training of students in lab/field techniques. Plans field expeditions, including permits and organization of field equipment. Authorizes purchases of [...]

Driving Through the Most Dangerous Plate Boundary in the World: Geology's Junk Drawer on the Marin Headlands 

Geotripper [2015-04-12 02:30:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (32 visits) info

We continue our drive through the most dangerous plate boundary in the world (past tense, since it became inactive 20 million-plus years ago), and we've arrived at the Marin Headlands, one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world, and a marvelous exposure of what I've called geology's junk drawer, the accretionary wedge of a subduction zone. The rocks of the wedge are called

Geology and the General Election – Voice of the Future 

Geological Society of London blog [2015-04-10 12:02:13]  recommend  recommend this post  (30 visits) info
Following the dissolution of Parliament on 30 March the wheels of the various election campaigns are now fully in motion and election promises and party lines abound. Here at the Geological Society we have put together some resources which Fellows … Continue reading

Dinos/Geology in Pop Culture - SLC FanX 2015 

The Geology P.A.G.E. [2015-04-08 17:46:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (32 visits) info

 Jurassic; US
Continuing on of my coverage of the Dinosaurs and Geology in Pop Culture of the Salt Lake City comic conventions (Comic Con and FanX), we have the 2015 entry of FanX, which was held January 29th-31st, 2015. A bit of dinosaurs this time around. As with Salt Lake Comic Con a few years ago we have a company with the animatronic dinosaur suit walking around, however it appears to be a different company and a different type of suit this year around. This year it is from I [...]

Died This Day: Robert Broom 

Palaeoblog [2015-04-06 20:20:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (28 visits) info

imageRobert Broom (Nov. 30, 1866 – April 6, 1951) was a South African doctor and paleontologist. From 1903 to 1910 he was professor of zoology and geology at Victoria College, Stellenbosch, South Africa, and subsequently he became keeper of vertebrate paleontology at the South African Museum, Cape Town. Broom was first known for his study of mammal-like reptiles. After Raymond Dart's

Imaggeo on Mondays: Mirror Image 

GeoLog-The official blog of the European Geosciences Union [2015-04-06 13:30:41]  recommend  recommend this post  (27 visits) info

This week’s Imaggeo on Mondays image is brought to you by Fabien Darrouzet, who visited the icy landscapes of Svalbard back in 2012. Whilst the aim of his trip was not to better understand the geology of the landscapes, his eyes were very much focused on goings on up, up in the sky, it didn’t stop him taking this still of the snow covered peaks. This picture was taken in Svalbard (78° lat.) in June 2012. I was there for one week in order to observe the transit of the planet Venus in front [...]

Hyperspectral Remote Sensing- Open Access Papers In Current Science 

Reporting on a Revolution [2015-04-06 08:27:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (26 visits) info
Current Science has a special section (open access) on Hyperspectral  Remote Sensing with papers on applications in geology, soil mapping, glacial dynamics, forestry and planetary sciences. Hyperspectral Remote Sensing involves measuring the energy from visible and infrared spectrum at very narrow intervals or channels. For example, the Hyperion sensor collects spectral information in

Overview of Nature Digital photography With Birds 

Liberty, Equality, Geology [2015-04-04 05:47:50]  recommend  recommend this post  (32 visits) info
In some locations, birds are useded to cars coming to as well as vehicle parking in the location; nevertheless, couple of are acquainted with an individual standing on the leading of a motor vehicle enjoying its every action while trying to catch its activities on electronic camera. With that in thoughts, bring to the photo […] The post Overview of Nature Digital photography With Birds appeared first on Liberty, Equality, and

What is coronary artery disease? 

Liberty, Equality, Geology [2015-04-01 05:40:59]  recommend  recommend this post  (21 visits) info
  Your heart is a pump, the size of a fist, which sends oxygen-rich blood throughout the body. Blood flows through the body organs through the blood vessels such as arteries is known, and returns to the heart through the veins. Your heart needs a blood supply to keep working. Of heart disease occurs when […] The post What is coronary artery disease? appeared first on Liberty, Equality, and

Geology and Filming in Mizoram 

State of the Planet [2015-03-27 19:08:55]  recommend  recommend this post  (33 visits) info

In the small town of Kolasib, we stayed in Hotel Cloud 9. I had been told since I was a child that I was always off on Cloud 9 and now I was actually here. However, the electricity wasn’t for the first few hours, so showers were cold, but the dinner was

Some Beneficial Recommendation When Searching for Garments 

Liberty, Equality, Geology [2015-03-26 13:10:57]  recommend  recommend this post  (21 visits) info
Several of us, especially majority of females enjoy as well as get a kick out of shopping. I do not think there is a single woman around the world who doesn’t delight in at the idea of walking through the mall, looking at home window displays, trying on stacks of clothes and earn with them […] The post Some Beneficial Recommendation When Searching for Garments appeared first on Liberty, Equality, and

Astronomy – It Really Is A High 

Liberty, Equality, Geology [2015-03-26 13:06:34]  recommend  recommend this post  (21 visits) info
Astronomy and also room is everything about lust for knowing. Did you know that astronomy is among mankind’s oldest scientific researches? Actually, astronomy is among the earliest scientific researches that humanity has ever before pursued. So the research study of our cosmos is not new but you need to remember that astronomy is a science. […] The post Astronomy – It Really Is A High appeared first on Liberty, Equality, and

Volcanism And The Demise Of Neanderthals 

Reporting on a Revolution [2015-03-25 17:21:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (27 visits) info

 Cretaceous; US,
In addition to the many proposed reasons, something more to think about: From Geology (early edition)- Campanian Ignimbrite volcanism, climate, and the final decline of the Neanderthals - Benjamin A. Black, Ryan R. Neely, and Michael Manga The eruption of the Campanian Ignimbrite at ca. 40 ka coincided with the final decline of Neanderthals in Europe. Environmental stress associated with

A Perfect Book for Hooking Kids on Rocks 

Rosetta Stones [2015-03-24 10:05:22]  recommend  recommend this post  (28 visits) info
Do you want to interest young children in geology? Of course you do! Not only is it one of the greatest sciences of all time, and even one that can be done on other worlds, it gets kids out in the... -- Read more on

Book Review: Natural Resources in Afghanistan – Geographic and Geologic Perspectives on Centuries of Conflict 

Geology for Global Development [2015-03-23 10:00:04]  recommend  recommend this post  (22 visits) info

This article was originally published online by Geoscientist, the independent fellowship magazine of the Geological Society of London. Afghanistan has been in the news for as long as I can remember, normally as a place of conflict and almost never as a place of diverse landscapes, resources and culture. In 2011, however, I was invited to join a workshop in Leicester on higher education in Afghanistan, meeting a number of geoscience academics from Kabul and beyond. Since then I’ve been [...] | Impressum