Posts treating: "science"
Thursday, 23 October 2014
Resolving the long-standing enigmas of a giant ornithomimosaur Deinocheirus mirificus. 2014. Lee, Y.-N., et al. Science.
a, MPC-D 100/127. b, MPC-D 100/128. c, Composite reconstruction of MPC-D 100/127 with a simple proportional enlargement of MPC-D 100/128.
Abstract: The holotype of Deinocheirus mirificus was collected by the 1965 Polish–Mongolian Palaeontological Expedition at Altan Uul
DeBeers Diamond Insight ReportDeBeers Group Map of Major Diamond ProducersGeology.com World Diamond Market at $79 BillionMining.com The Search for Clarity on Climate ChangeEarth Magazine Non-Fuel Minerals in the ArcticMining.com New Tracers Can Identify Frack Fluids in the EnvironmentNational Science Foundation Energy-Related Carbon Dioxide Emissions (2013)Energy Information Administration Low Oil Prices Make Some Shale Oil UneconomicBloomberg
Editor’s Note: As part of our annual GEMS (Girls Exploring Math and Science) program, we conduct interviews with women who have pursued careers in science, technology, engineering, or math. This week, we’re featuring Stephanie Thompson, Animal Care Technician at HMNS. Make sure you … Continue reading
Saturday, October 11th, Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory celebrated another successful Open House at the Lamont Campus in the Palisades. Among the many scientists and curious guests in attendance was Superhero Clubhouse, a collective of artists and environmental advocates working at the intersection of science and
Appalachian Gas Prices Far Below BenchmarkEnergy Information Administration New York Energy FactsEnergy Information Administration One Third of North Dakota Gas is Being FlaredEnergy Information Administration Ecology of Infectious DiseasesNational Science Foundation Groundwater Depletion in the Colorado River BasinEarth Magazine Alrosa Producing Diamonds from the Karpinskogo-1 PipeMining.com Incredible Photos: Some Geological, Some
Why do we have empathy? Why do we rush to another’s aid? Why do we put our arm around others to support them? Empathy comes naturally to a great variety of animals, including humans. In his work with monkeys, apes … Continue reading
The 2015 Shlemon Specialty Conference, organised by the Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists, is entitled "Time to Face the Landslide Hazard Dilemma: Bridging Science, Policy, Public Safety, and Potential
Sooo, Earth Science Week is coming to a close and it’s time to announce the answers to our film quiz! Thanks to all that took part, the winner of the coveted USB stick is Helen! So, … Continue reading
With Earth Science Week ending, we’ve compiled and created a little video recapping a successful #EarthScienceWeek here at the UGS! The Utah Geological Survey hosts hands-on activities for school groups (usually 4th and 5th graders) during October. Check it
NOAA Released the 2014/2015 winter forecast today and it is probably wrong. I’m not taking a slam at NOAA here, they will also admit to you that the odds are that this forecast will not be correct. The truth is, that any forecast beyond 5-7 days has very low skill. That said, we cannot learn to make long-range forecasts unless we try, and that’s how science works: we make
Day three of Earth Science Week is nearly over, and geowalks, events and talks have been going on across the country! Visit our website for what’s still coming up. Online, we’ve been holding Ask a … Continue reading
Day 2 of Earth Science Week saw events happening across the country, from Fort William to Northern Ireland, as well continued coverage of our #100geosites project. Don’t forget, as well as the 100 sites on the … Continue reading
Happy Earth Science Week! We’re thrilled to launch our list of 100 Great UK and Ireland Geosites, to mark this year’s Earth Science Week. It’s the culmination of a seven month project, which saw over 400 … Continue reading
No, no enthusiasm here for science. None at all.
We are close to or on the bottom of every list there is: worst place to live, most polluted air, highest crime rate, highest unemployment. To listen to the people who write the articles, living in California's Great Valley is just one step away from living in hell itself. Maybe. It sure makes life tough on those of us who labor to make
Earth Science Week is nearly upon us, and there’s a huge range of activities going on across the UK & Ireland! There’s also lots going on online, including a brand new project we’re really excited about…. … Continue reading
After some months of testing and refining, a free-t0-use online version of Volcanoes Top Trumps has been launched by Winning Moves. This should greatly extend the reach of Volcanoes Top Trumps – which is a fun and educational game about volcanoes that has spun off from the NERC - ESRC funded project ‘STREVA‘ – Strengthening
Day 3 of our #EarthScienceWeek was great! The Utah Geological Survey hosts hands-on activities for school groups during October. Here, students learn a little gold panning history, and pan for some mineral treasures themselves! While no gold was included in the panning station, kids found pyrite, magnetite, fluorite, malachite (a copper bearing rock), and some azurite (a
I was recently interviewed by Dr. Marie McNeely, host of the ‘People Behind the Science’ podcast – a show that lets scientists talk about their lives and experiences to provide a more rounded view of what scientists actually do in … Continue reading
Someone (if only I could remember who!) recently linked this 2013 NatGeo article: 6 Women Scientists Who Were Snubbed Due to Sexism. Rosalind Franklin is there, of course, but there are also women...
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We had a great second day at our #EarthScienceWeek! The Utah Geological Survey hosts hands-on activities for school groups during October. Check out our Stream Station as students learn about soil