Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Geology Tweets 11h
Geological mimetism. This small creature is a reptile of Phrynosoma sp taxa (commonly known as horned lizard). Thanks to its granitic skin, it is perfectly 'stealth' over granitic rocks!
Reply Retweet Like
MapScaping Aug 16
Examples of Geographic projections Source: - ⠀ ⠀
Reply Retweet Like
MapScaping Aug 21
This Antarctic-centric world view helps you understand the real relative size of Antarctica vs the many Mercator projection maps that make it look like the biggest continent in the world.
Reply Retweet Like
Ismail Patel Aug 19
Being a geologist working in the oil industry I guess I am stuck between a rock and a hard place...
Reply Retweet Like
Geology Page 4h
Fingal's Cave | Fingal's Cave is a sea cave on the uninhabited island of Staffa, in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland, known for its natural acoustics. The National Trust for Scotland owns the cave as part of a National Natu…
Reply Retweet Like
Simona Gabrielli Aug 19
Amazing Albania, with a stunning geology! (But with really challenging and scary roads sometimes)
Reply Retweet Like
Geology Page Aug 19
Natural Diamond Colors | Check it out:
Reply Retweet Like
Geology Tweets Aug 17
Ancient 'Lava Reservoir' and Diamonds as Old as the Moon Have Been Found
Reply Retweet Like
Çagdas C. 🏔️⛏️ 10h
Explaining earthquakes we can't feel
Reply Retweet Like
Camillus Etim Aug 20
Geology is best appreciated in the field..
Reply Retweet Like
Xiaoguang Liu 9h
Thin section day! In the fieldwork, we speculated it as tuff, now it seems more consolidated! (open for discussion). If so, this will be the first tuff report in this formation. We also have selected more than 200 grains of zircons for dating. Move on.
Reply Retweet Like
St Bede's Geology 16h
Well done to everyone collecting GCSE results today! 80% 9 - 7 for our 2nd GCSE cohort
Reply Retweet Like
Jorge  🇪🇺  🌍🛰️ 16h
It's , and I am mesmerised by this photo by Marie and Alistair Knock, showing this amazing antiform in the Arctic!
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Miocevich Aug 21
The Lewisian was looking very 'gneiss' (I'm sorry) in the sun yesterday near Durness!
Reply Retweet Like
Westmeath Heritage Aug 18
Reply Retweet Like
Prof Dr Owen Fenton Aug 21
Every human should see and appreciate this. Look at how the mountain ranges spread and become separated.
Reply Retweet Like
Andrew Brooks Aug 17
Fossil hunting in Greater today, just a couple of miles from in Besom Hill. Thanks lots to for showing us round this amazing area.
Reply Retweet Like
Luis Cerpa Aug 21
They aren’t drunk... just looking for structural data... with
Reply Retweet Like
OpenLearn Aug 21
Are you ready to rock?🤘 Discover the unique landscape of the British Isles with our interactive Toolkit, featuring explorations of the rocks and landscape in your local area, a rock analyser, a rock cycle animation and safety tips.⛰️
Reply Retweet Like
Verity Normington Aug 20
My 3 favourite for all are different all are important and probably tell you more about me than i could tell you: , and Women in Science by Science Ink by Rock Star by Kirstin Weidenbach
Reply Retweet Like