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Luka Vucinic Aug 8
Good morning! The Spanish Pyrenees 📸
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IaMkAMiLkHan 5m
I always want to be a Rock star so I become a GEOLOGIST.
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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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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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John Howell Aug 4
is important because it proves is more interesting that . On most geology trips, students immediately rush to look at/photo dolphins, lizards, snakes etc etc On no biology trip ever, did the students get distracted by the turbidites....
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Ruhrpottjung⚒ Aug 11
Just got this historical book in the mail today. "Geologie" from Prof. Dr. E. Fraas from 1912.
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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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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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Geology Buzz 1h
Very rare twigs of petrified (fossil) wood Opal. Credit: Amazing Opals
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Cormac's Coast 21h
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gulfrich Aug 11
Geologic wonders: explosion of Mount Sinabung in North Sumatra, Indonesia.
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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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Science & Space Aug 8
Beautiful Tanzanite crystal from Mirerani Hills. Photo: Arkfeld Minerals
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Igor Huskic 3h
Went to the mineral and fossil museum in Bathurst, NSW. Quite a neat little collection. Was hoping to find a sample of Moolooite or Paceite, obscure organic minerals, alas no cigar. The search continues!
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الباشمدرس🖋💵💰 Aug 10
Door to hell,turkmenistan
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Niamh Faulkner 17h
Geology is vital to tackling the I study CCS 👩‍🔬which has been recognised as vital to reaching the Paris Agreement. 🌍 There are so many ways & studying the past is key to the future!
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History_of_Geology Aug 10
August 10, 480, the King of Sparta Leonidas and his 300, together with 5.000 Greek warriors, face the Persian army in one of the most famous last stands in history - & played a role in its outcome ⚔️
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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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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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