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Monday, 17 November 2014
For those of you following along at home, there’s been a big kerfuffle on the internet about #ThatShirt (or #ShirtGate, #ShirtStorm). Lots of really smart folks have posted great commentary on the situation, and so I’m not going to do that here. What I will say, is that I understand
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Views of the Mahantango [2014-11-10 21:06:00]
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I've been very busy these last few weeks going collecting and that has caused me to be a little backed up on the blog. Once the weather turns cold I will have more time to focus on writing entries. In the meantime, posts may be a little more sporadic and focused on what I'm finding in the field. Today is just such a post and I'm showing off some Lepidodendron bark impressions that I found this past weekend near Gilberton, PA. They were collected from some old coal mine tailings piles. The coal [...]
Bonjour from Paris! This week: a new post looking at some cool specimens I'm looking at while researching at the world famous Museum national d'Historie Naturelle! Home of Lamark and many other natural history legends!
Today...two neat specimens with some interesting commentary and history, respectively...
First, a rarely encountered species & some taxonomic commentary...
Actually, there is nothing to report. I stayed home this weekend, nursing my cold. The rest of the week looks beautiful, and I'll go to the cottage with the dog again. No earthquakes whatsoever. If we want to extrapolate that observation, then earthquakes are history.
By Guest Blogger Mike Vance, Houston Arts and Media To picture the home front during World War II is to summon memories of drives for war bonds and scrap metal and rationing of sugar, meat and shoes. To be sure, … Continue reading
Some field folks are paranoid about bedbugs - only sleeping on top of the sheets, bringing their own sheets, taking special precautions to keep all luggage away from anything potentially infested, etc.
I am not.
I've only stayed in one room which may have had bedbugs: I got a line of several bites overnight. But I never brought anything home.
I'd estimate that I've spent 1/4 of my career
One of our geologists here at the Utah Geological Survey, Adam McKean, talks about the geological makeup of the hill in North Salt Lake that makes it prone to sliding. fox13now.com Years before one home crumbled in North Salt Lake, the developer behind the project was given the approval by the city to build it.
One of our geologists, Jessica Castleton, talks about the North Salt Lake landslide in this KSL 6:30 PM interview segment. The Utah Geological Survey publication, A Plan to Reduce Losses from Geologic Hazards in Utah, mentioned in the interview can be found HERE. ksl.com Familes in homes along a hillside here remained displaced following a
Read more about the mudslide that destroyed a home early this morning in North Salt Lake, and other homes that are in the process of evacuation. Two of our geologists from the Utah Geological Survey are en route. We’ll keep you updated as information becomes available. ksl.com A home was destroyed Tuesday morning by a
Back in the 1970's I used to run on the UCLA track near Sunset Boulevard. Two days ago, a 93-year-old water pipe and a 58-year-old pipe broke under Sunset Boulevard near the track, sending a pulsating geyser of water high into the air. You can view a video of it here (the video symbol in the center of the photo doesn't work because it's just a frame grabbed from the CNN video). The track was flooded, as well as newly rennovated ($136 million)Pauley Pavilion, the home of UCLA [...]
The East African country of Tanzania is a remarkable place, home to Kilimanjaro, the Serengeti, the Ngorongoro Crater and (for the volcanologists reading this) Ol Doinyo Lengai. It was also visits to communities in the Kagera region of Tanzania in 2009 and 2010 that resulted in GfGD getting off the ground soon afterwards. Since then, Tanzania has
At the small airport a smiling woman approaches us asking our plans in one word “Kullorsuaq?” We smile and nod and she grins broadly motioning that she and her daughter are going there too – it is their home she manages to
A small town in Wyoming, Kemmerer, is touted as "An Aquarium set in stone" due to it's proximity not only to Fossil Butte National Monument but also to a bunch of other fossil hunting locals in the region. While we were staying there we wandered around in the center of town (home to the first J. C. Penney Store). Outside the storeInside the storeHowever, I noticed that where all of the sidewalks dip down to the street around the park in the center of town (across the street from the J. C. [...]
There are some new and familiar faces among the summer staff this season!Returning to work as our field technicians are Eric Blaich and Aaron Kilmury. Each with a year of Field Tech experience under their belts, they have been a massive help in training new staff and volunteers and giving insight into new displays and exhibits.New to the field tech team are Candace Le Sage and myself, Paige Ready. Candace is in her third year of studies in Geology and Anthropology at University of Manitoba. She [...]
Think Brazil is all Carnival and beaches? Think again. Here are three things you probably didn’t know about Brazil: MERCHANTS NAMED IT, NOT COLONIAL POWERS When Portugal started to colonize Brazil, they named it Terra de Santa Cruz (Land of … Continue reading
I just retuned home from the Post-Cruise meeting for Expedition 345 Hess Deep Rift. I sailed as a member of the Education Officer team, which included two awesome people: Susan Gebbels and Jean-Luc Berenguer.
Earlier this year, I was fortunate enough to go to the United Kingdom and visit the home of the Magna Carta, which is currently on display at HMNS. Located in the town of Hereford (which may sound familiar because of the … Continue reading
news.hjnews.com A Logan man is concerned about the stability of the hillside above his home after a significant weekend mudslide exposed the foundation of a fourplex above on 600 East and filled in the stream through his yard. READ
“Options for the town of Jackson to permanently shore up a massive, slow-moving landslide that destroyed one home and evacuated dozens of others earlier this spring will be complicated and cost anywhere from $8 million to $25 million.” Quoted from the Casper