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Stephen Lokier Nov 8
The clock is ticking, ONLY ONE DAY TO GO! ⏰ Tomorrow (9th November) is the deadline to submit abstracts to our Special Session 'Carbonate Systems: Records of Change' at the Edinburgh AGM.
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Steven Rogers 3 Nov 16
Name that depositional environment!
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Emilia Jarochowska Jan 16
Are rhytmical a climatic archive or a manifestation of a self-organizing process? How do they affect analyses by selectively preserving some groups of organisms but not others? Find out in our new paper in PALAIOS
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Stephen Lokier Sep 27
I am delighted to announce the BIG RETURN OF CARBONATES to with a Special Session entitled 'Carbonate Systems: Records of Change' that I shall be convening along with () and Fiona Whitaker ()
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Blue Carbon Lab Mar 13
From Florida to Victoria; new meta-analysis of systems reveals burial rates of inorganic (CaCO3) across the world and their role in Blue Carbon budgets. More:
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The Social Butterfly 23 May 12
RETWEET IF YOU FOLLOW BACK
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Abbey Wick 28 Sep 15
Evidence of mixing subsoil into topsoil from - fizzing
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Ellen Reat Jan 25
Amazing jagged coastal cliff in Bonaire. All carbonate terraces that have been shredded by waves and dissolution. Happy place for snails, tough on your sandals.
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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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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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Dan Leppold Aug 10
Sand from Tulum Quintana Roo Beach in Mexico as viewed under a microscope. You can see abundant forams and coral pieces, a carbonate micro cornucopia!
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Geo at Springer 3 Aug 16
Read the top 10 most downloaded articles from &
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Nick Roberts Mar 25
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Matthew Warke 22 May 17
Outrageous, being denied ooids as OED says oolith. Disgusted.
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Connor Doyle Dec 4
Presenting the outline of my PhD research at the Postgraduate Research Conference hosted by . Great day so far with lots of interesting topics!
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James Bradley 15 Apr 16
En route to to present (1) modelling glacier forefields and (2) from the Sierra
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Niklas Hohmann Nov 2
Some nicely folded from Barrand's Rock, , Czech Republic. The geology of this area is highly interesting, since it is a terrane that was only weakly affected by the Variscan orogeny. ⛰️⛰️⛰️
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Lucy Manifold 4 Jul 16
Super sharp limestone/dolomite contact in Llandudno
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Claire McGhee Jul 13
Zechstein instability and collapse flows from salt dissolution along the coast near Marsden Bay, South Tyneside.
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