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- In large earthquakes, the Earth moves for almost everyone
- And the ScienceSeeker Award for best physics, astronomy, or earth science post goes to…
- Weekend procrastination for geonerds
- The dimensions of natural disasters
- After the dam came out: The Cuyahoga River in Kent
- My class visits the Geology Department – by Geokid
- The intrusion of nature
- Echoes of Wenchuan: magnitude 6.6 earthquake shakes Sichuan province in west China.
- On And the ScienceSeeker Award for best physics, astronomy, or earth science post goes to…:
- Silver Fox: Very nice! Read
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- Eric Bilderback: As noted in other comments, the three axis plot is a graphical representation of some of the... Read
- Damian Grant: This is exactly the representation of risk used in the risk literature, where Vulnerability is... Read
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Category Archives: geopuzzling
Who would have thought a mess of ridges could hold the key to reconstructing past geographies?
Since this whole geopuzzle malarky was kicked off by a mystery Google Earth image, here’s another one for you. One (fairly) obvious feature of this image are the long linear features, which are almost certainly geological in origin. What could … Continue reading
I really wasn’t intending to leave Geopuzzle 14 hanging out unanswered on the interweb for as long as it has – and not just because my delay has apparently put my beer stash in jeopardy. The answer is actually both … Continue reading
This authors of the paper the figure below comes from claim that it’s a fossil of some kind: Do you agree? What do you think it is, and how old do you think it is?