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Monday, 30 March 2015
My first time in Colombo. My first time in IODP expedition. My first time in the Indian Ocean.
I am very excited to meet new people and begin a new scientific adventure together.
The adrenaline level is high. The field notebook is still empty.
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 – Samurai: Men Of War In An Age Of Peace By David HowellTuesday, March … Continue reading
There are fewer people connected to nature now than ever before—and no one connected to it in the same way as the Hadza. One of the last hunter-gather groups on earth, the Hadza have lived sustainably off the bounty of … Continue reading
The normal way of getting Landsat data for your GIS projects often was: visit a Landsat data mart like landcover.org, earthexplorer or WIST, search for your area and time and download/order your desired data. Once you’ve done this, you were prepared to add, analyse and publish this data/results with QGIS. Luca Congedo from the blog “From GIS to Remote Sensing” . The Plugin SCP Luca developed a plugin called Semi-Automatic Classification Plugin or in short SCP: The [...]
As I've moved into more analysis/inside technical work, I've occasionally had to work long hours inside. Whenever I need to do this, I'm reminded of how much more draining office work is. Sure, in the field I'll work 10-11 hour days with no ill effects, but a lot of that time is running around, collecting measurements, taking notes, and watching contractors.
I fit the extra office-type work
Paleomagnetism is the study of the Earth’s ancient magnetic field. Such studies have helped lead to important discoveries like seafloor spreading and plate tectonics. Here on the JOIDES Resolution during Expedition 354, one of the main uses of this tool is to find out the age of sediments from the Bengal submarine fan. So how do we actually do that?
It is now clear that the Yeager Airport slope failure was preceded by two years of deformation, with some signs of an increase in rate with
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, March 24 6:00 p.m.Samurai: The Way of the WarriorWitness the exquisite objects … Continue reading
Adam Sedgwich (March 22, 1785 - January 27, 1873) was an English geologist who first applied the name Cambrian to the geologic period of time, now dated at 570 to 505 million years ago. In 1818 he became Woodwardian Professor of Geology at Cambridge, holding a chair that had been endowed ninety years before by the natural historian John Woodward.
He lacked formal training in geology, but
Reading Time: 1 minutesWhen a team of scientists and artists pour molten basalt into ice and water, spectacular images are created. See for yourself and marvel at the explanation of F Yeah Fluid Dynamics. Especially the involvement of the Leidenfrost effect is very
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! Add some science to your Spring Break!HMNS – Hermann ParkCheck out our five special … Continue reading
It's such a beautiful moment in time, being able to travel through the Sierra Nevada foothills, and seeing the glorious splash of color across the hillsides. The flower show was among the best I've seen in years.
It wasn't necessarily good that we were seeing such a show. The green hills and flowers give the impression of something approaching a normal precipitation year. Unfortunately it
Geology in the West Country [2015-03-14 19:02:00]
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(32 visits) Jurassic; GB,US
Because of the popularity of this field trip, we have increased the size of the coach, so if you would still like to come, please contact John by email or 'phone 0117 9862529.If you would like a hand-out before the visit, please contact Elizabeth by email.Jurassic rocks of OxfordshireKirtlington Quarry SSSI - go back in time to a Jurassic environment similar to the Florida Everglades today. These conditions attracted many animals, and the quarry is famous for its rich diversity of fossils. [...]
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! SPRING BREAK 2015 SPECIAL HOURSHMNS Hermann Park (March 8-15):Monday-Sunday: 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 … Continue reading
Earthquakes? Volcanoes? Not this time, anyway...
The seismometer on our campus was going crazy today. Usually such high levels of seismic activity are cause for great concern, due to the rapid movement of magma in the crust, or an impending "big one". But there was no such concern today. The seismic action was due to kids running back and forth down the hallways of our Science
Well, I'm back at the place I was working at about two years ago (see these three posts for more info), spending more time on a back paved road and on dirt roads than I was most recently while on the road to work (I'm still driving on the interstate some, but a lot less than during the last two years). I find that I prefer the back roads and the dirt: I feel a bit like I'm going out in the
I spent some time last week, this past weekend, and today polishing the webcast coming up next week on Geosynthetics in Mining. We started out as a small group, Tarik, Terry, and me. But as we talked and planned, we realized we needed other to augment us. So I am proud to tell that we
With several years of journalism experience in her native India, MPA ESP candidate Shravya Jain, came to Columbia to learn more about energy and sustainability policies in order to become a policy leader specializing in design, advocacy and negotiation. During her time in the program, Shravya has gained invaluable management experience working with her fellow classmates from diverse
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 – Medicine Without Evolution Is Like Engineering Without Physics By Randolph M. … Continue reading