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Claire Cousins Aug 26
Yes! Geoscience is far, far more than finding oil or fossils. It’s about using all the sciences together to understand our wonderfully dynamic planet (and others!) both past and present, including finding solutions to current environmental challenges
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Jazmin Scarlett Aug 7
Wow. No need to call me out like this.
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Glacier National Park May 6
Notable along the Garden Wall, the diorite sill is a 30 to 100 meter thick magma intrusion recognizable by a dark-banded, horizontal layer running through the pale gray Helena formation rocks. For more info on geology, visit:
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Sian Evans Aug 26
Oops, accidentally exposed my true nerdiness at the beach when everyone else ran to the sea and I ran to the cliffs because I spotted THIS 😍🤓
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Studio Mineralia Sep 16
Quartz cluster. Almost a reflection of itself. Brandberg, Namibia. About 40 carats, from my friend Paul who has extensive connections with miners in the region. @StudioMineralia
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Ontario Geological Survey Aug 14
Always wondered what that rock or mineral in your collection really is? Head over to on August 21 for their free Rock ID clinic:
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castafly Sep 18
What?? Discrimination against geologists. 😐 @ Henrys Lake
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Just Elizabeth Aug 15
A senior faculty member was kind enough to saw me off a piece of his sample of the Acasta gneiss. I am geeking out that I have a 4.031 ± 0.003 Ga (Bowring & Williams, 1999) rock on my desk.
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Ontario Geological Survey Jul 10
1. The Slate Islands are an eight-island archipelago in northern Lake Superior, about 8 km south of Terrace Bay. They are the best-preserved, medium-sized meteor impact structure on Earth.
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chelsi Jul 14
squish is the best research partner ever 😎
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Rock Def TUD 11h
We are with our 1st yr MSc students at the first of the year. For some their first experience ever! !
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Hans Chua Jan 16
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Antarctic Survey Jul 3
Rare lake discovered on a remote & inaccessible sub-Antarctic island. Mount Michael in the South Sandwich Islands is only 8th to be identified worldwide to have a persistent lava lake. Read more:
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MapScaping Aug 25
All the underwater fiber optic cables that provide the internet throughout the world. Source: Is this the best example of a global infrastructure? Any other suggestion?
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Stacy Phillips May 15
Guess what. I've made another video. About my PhD research. Through the medium of Stop Motion, again. For the Multimedia competition. It's here on YouTube. Let me know what you think 😬
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DevayaniKhare Aug 30
At 1st glance, this may seem rather strange: battling it out over public polls! Trust me, there's no more FUN tussle! In every round, geo-buffs exchange facts about the /, to sway you to vote for their faves! Join in to know why !
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AGGEM Feb 5
"There is no vestige of a beginning, no prospect of an end." -James Hutton AGGEM has organized a series of activities and seminars that will wake up the scientist in you and will make you love Earth Science even more!
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Am Geophysical Union Mar 1
Isotopes—the scalpel geochemists use to examine Earth's innards and to read the clocks in Moon rocks. Via
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Mary-Jess Jun 8
...and lucky!), beautiful scenes from around Santorini, and the landscape of a red sand beach, the red colours coming from the red clay in the cliffs behind. Amazing geology here!
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John Corsaut 🌎🇨🇦 Mar 25
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