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Earth Sci @ Plymouth 3m
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Luka Vucinic Aug 8
Good morning! The Spanish Pyrenees 📸
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NewMexicoNomad 3m
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Cin-Ty Lee Aug 8
A few ripples on the mudflats at low tide.
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Timothy Webster Aug 6
Some more nice sedimentary structures ☺️ such a nice day
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micROCKScopica Aug 11
Four shots from the new series of photomicrographs of the "DolomitiArtRock" Project. "…Art does not reproduce the visible; rather, it makes visible…" (Paul Klee)
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Cormac's Coast Aug 12
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James M. Wise 7m
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Cameron Batchelor 39m
Ever wonder how columns (for column chemistry) are made? Here's a video of me making one from scratch with a heat gun at the UMN.
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EarthByte Aug 5
Sea level driven by fluctuating ocean basin volume has fluctuated by ~200 m since the Jurassic. Check our paper in ESR , led by Nicky Wright from
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James M. Wise 2h
- ya got to look at those rocks in the field!
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Samuele Papeschi 🇪🇺 🌍 Aug 7
We used to bring students to this outcrop: soft sediment deformation in turbidite beds - Macigno sandstone . I really would like to study them *-*
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Melissa Scruggs 22h
I've always wondered why some are named what they are.... 🤔
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gulfrich Aug 11
Geologic wonders: explosion of Mount Sinabung in North Sumatra, Indonesia.
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John Conaghan Aug 12
Dun Bhriste on the north Mayo coast last weekend with some divers for scale
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micROCKScopica Aug 9
Karlsbad Sprudelstein is an unusual sedimentary rock with "oolites" made of the carbonate aragonite. It is just fantastic under the microscope. Sample provided by Axel Munnecke.
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Science & Space Aug 8
Beautiful Tanzanite crystal from Mirerani Hills. Photo: Arkfeld Minerals
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NewMexicoNomad Aug 11
The Rio Grande rift extends from southern Colorado (the San Luis Valley) down the center of New Mexico into northern Mexico -
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Cin-Ty Lee Aug 8
Folds in the Rand schist, Southern California, USA. Alternating bands of color represent slightly different protoliths.
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Zara Ahmed Aug 11
TFW your partner has his first paper published in a major journal and you're super proud but also don't understand any of it.
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