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Connor Doyle 6h
A new Basins Newsletter has just been released at - and I'm very happy to have a small featurette in it! Keep your eyes peeled for some interesting findings concerning hypersaline microbial mats from Spain...
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Dr Kelsie E Long Jun 17
There are so many posters and talks on in at . I am definitely in my happy place. 😍🐚🌡️💧🐟
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Or Bialik Jun 10
Is it just me or there are far far more people than those on the side of on Twitter? Where is everybody? Am I looking in the wrong places? Are they all self-identify and geochemists, paleoceanographers and palaeontologists nowadays?
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Abbey Wick 28 Sep 15
Evidence of mixing subsoil into topsoil from - fizzing
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Steven Rogers 3 Nov 16
Name that depositional environment!
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Bathurst Meeting 15 14 Jul 15
Session 1a ' as archives of global change', talks complete, bustling poster session underway
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Lucy Manifold 4 Jul 16
Super sharp limestone/dolomite contact in Llandudno
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Martín R. Argota 31 Dec 14
cortices with micritic & fenestral fabrics. Triassic palustrine , .
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Stephanie E Suarez Jun 16
Carbonation in action. Longhorn Caverns State Park in Texas.
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Siobhán Burke Jul 22
Sunday experiments. Dissolving and out of offshore sand samples in order to look at distribution. Need to get a life 😆.
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ThePetrologyFactory 22 Sep 16
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Tom Phillips 11 Oct 16
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Chillrocks Aug 21
The only way for me to love carbonates is during holidays and walking into creeks in the south-east France !!
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Brooke Johnson May 8
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The Social Butterfly 23 May 12
RETWEET IF YOU FOLLOW BACK
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Stan Stanbrook 16 Nov 17
in action! Pointing out structures in lobby wall Another
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Jake Ciborowski Aug 19
Does exist? This from national park in . Seriously guys, you should go.
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Cédric M. John 31 Aug 17
Another field photo from Italy: vermitides (tube-like Gastropoda ) with early cements.
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IRSPS Jun 7
Early Devonian Kess-Kess of the Hamar Laghdad, Anti-Atlas, . 🔨
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Matthew Warke 22 May 17
Outrageous, being denied ooids as OED says oolith. Disgusted.
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