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Monday, 25 May 2015
Bust out your planners, calendars, and PDAs (if you are throwback like that), it’s time to mark your calendars for the HMNS events of this week! Lecture – Sustainable Seas: The Vision, The Reality By Sylvia EarleTuesday, May 267:00 … Continue reading
Geology for Global Development [2015-05-22 11:00:30]
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(27 visits) Cambrian; GT,ES,AU,MG,PE,SL,GB,NL
Jane Robb is GfGD’s University Groups Training Programme Officer, and a new PhD student at the Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich. Jane has just returned from Guatemala, where she was meeting with community groups and exploring the land use issues. Here she shares some of the highlights of her trip with us. In 2014 I started my PhD in Natural Resources at the Natural Resources Institute at the University of Greenwich. My project, in collaboration with the University of [...]
GeoLog-The official blog of the European Geosciences Union [2015-05-21 16:02:04]
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It’s been just over a month since the EGU General Assembly 2015 in Vienna. The conference this year was a great success with 4,870 oral, 8,489 poster, and 705 PICO presentations. There were 577 unique scientific sessions, complimented by an impressive 310 side events, making for an interesting and diverse programme. The conference brought together 11,837 scientists from 108 countries, 23% of which were students. Keeping abreast of everything that was going on throughout the week was made [...]
So now we know the mass ratios of the dog and tail, it's time to look at the noise. We are also working with heat energy, specific heat, and atmospheric infrared reflectance. Is the dog active?
Hear a fantastic Nasa simulation.
At same time, we see the clouds following the same lines.
In terms of heat effect, the ratio of ocean to cloud is the same as that of cloud to carbon -
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I’ve been entranced by sharks since I was a little kid. From the first time I saw Jaws, I was hooked (pun intended). There are so many aspects of a shark’s physiology I admire, but my favorite point of fascination … Continue reading
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Bust out your planners, calendars, and PDAs (if you are throwback like that), it’s time to mark your calendars for the HMNS events of this week! Behind-the-Scenes ToursTuesday, May 196:30 p.m. Samurai: The Way of the WarriorWitness the exquisite objects related … Continue reading
Sometimes I spend so much time out looking at geological features in the Bay area that I forget to blog about them. But this weekend I had the chance to go for a wonderful tour of the South Bay and Peninsula via Cessna, and I'm convinced that it's an awesome way to check out geology. (Of course, anyone who's seen Michael Collier's photographic work knows that already, but in case you needed convincing, take my word for it. Also, not having to brave security at the airport is
One way that we know that the time is passing on board is our regular lifeboat drills. This week the drill was on Saturday and coincided with an additional fire drill the response to which you can see in the photograph. In this case the ships crew act as the fire service in dealing with any eventuality while the rest of us go to our stations and keep out of the way in a safe location.
Bust out your planners, calendars, and PDAs (if you are throwback like that), it’s time to mark your calendars for the HMNS events of this week! Lecture – Climate Shock: The Economic Consequences Of A Hotter Planet By Gernot WagnerTuesday, … Continue reading
Despite the horribly cold winter the ice went out of the lake on time, and we even were able to open up a week before long weekend. So we haven't quite gone back to the 70's. We were totally dying with heat, trying to sleep on Saturday night, and the water was so icy it didn't even cool you off if you dangled your feet in it. That's because all the blood in the feet instantly stopped, and
It is with great sadness that I report the passing of a mentor and former colleague, Dr. Ed Nowatzki, PE, PhD, D.GE, F. ASCE. His obituary can be found here. I first met Ed when I took his foundation engineering class at the University of Arizona. Ed was a fantastic professor, and his consulting experience really informed his lecturing making his course the best and most practical geotechnical class I had in school. I was privileged to work with Ed for several years [...]
June 4thWilliam Smith's earliest career to 1810 (and thus his time in the Bath area)Professor Hugh Torrens, Keele UniversityFurther details on Bath GS websiteSaturday 13th JuneWilliam Smith day: from Tucking Mill along the Somerset Coal CanalDr. David Workman, Bath Geological SocietyWe will walk down to Tucking Mill and follow the canal from there to the Combe Hay lock flight and then back up the hill to Southstoke Meet at 10.30 a.m. at Holy Trinity Church, Combe Down. Accessible by bus [...]
The largest known undersea landslide occurred over 8,000 years ago off the coast of Norway. The volume of material that moved is mind-blowing, over 4.6 X 1012 cubic yards or 850 cubic miles! Known as the Storegga landslide, the resulting tsunami buried neolithic settlements in Norway with sediment and caused wave runnup in Great Britain that was 80 feet higher than the normal high tide. The devastating loss of human life can only be imagined. Regarding that last question, anthropologists [...]
I aired a story tonight I have wanted to share for over 20 years. It has to do with the New Horizons mission which will fly by Pluto in July and allow us to see what it looks like for the FIRST TIME IN HISTORY, but I want to give you an idea of how very, very far away Pluto is. You will likely see some news reports in coming
Bust out your planners, calendars, and PDAs (if you are throwback like that), it’s time to mark your calendars for the HMNS events of this week! Special Exhibition: Crystals Of India Closes May 10HMNS at Sugar Land Discover the Crystals of … Continue reading
10 quakes in 18 years in J'khand, claims geologistJharkhand has experienced more than 10 tremors in 18 years though their intensity was mild to medium, geologist Nitish Priyadarshi claimed and suggested that newly constructed buildings in the state should be earthquake-resistant.'Back-to-back tremors occurred for the first time in Jharkhand. The state has never experienced aftershocks,"Priyadarshi, a member of the Geological Society of India, said here. He said the [...]
As a museum curator, I have the pleasure of working with lots of volunteers. Most of them are students who are interested in archaeology, anthropology and museum careers. This time of the year, as graduation nears, there is an uptick … Continue reading
In the coming weeks there’ll be time for reflection, for debate, for advocacy to build back better. Today the priority has to be ensuring a swift and effective response – getting clean water, food, shelter, medical aid to those that desperately need it. The UK Disasters Emergency Committee is a collective of UK development organisations, working together in emergency situations. They launched their appeal for the Nepal Earthquake yesterday, and the UK Government will match the first [...]