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Andrew Neverman 14m
Radio interview with on the work we are doing at under our Smarter Targeting of Erosion Control MBIE Endeavour programme.
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MapScaping May 18
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Larissa Naylor May 18
Replying to @Geodiverse @IGGyGroup
And are great analogies for
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MapScaping 24h
The Eye of the Sahara, also known as the Richat Structure, captured by Sentinel-2 (bands 11, 8, 2).
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Oly Lowe May 18
Perfect summation of the biodiversity benefits that structural diversity brings Image from the Lisov Museum
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Heather Viles May 18
The Burren, Co Clare, land of limestone pavements and do much more
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Konstantin Nebel May 17
About to head to Wolfshausen for the 13th International Young Geomorphologists Meeting to present my poster and to meet and discuss with young geomorphologists.
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Anita Bernatek-Jakiel May 15
I've just uploaded the abstract. But you have still some time - up to 31st May!
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Mike Wetherley May 12
"...all the fountains of the great deep (were) broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened." Genesis 7:11 Every society on Earth has retained its flood story, in one form or another, handed down for more than half a thousand human generations.
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Corey Snipes 🇺🇸 ❄️ May 16
Take a moment and reflect on how amazing the drone industry is right now. This is a video from a 4th grader using a drone to assess soil erosion (in 2017).
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Daniel Draebing May 15
Due to his new proffesorship Oliver Sass gives a nice talk on rockfall and debris floods in the European Alps.
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josephkerski May 17
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Rich Schultz May 17
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Mywordsolution May 16
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Larissa Naylor May 17
Inspiring to hear talk about highly non-linear flood patterns “pouring a swimming pool (of water) into a teacup (aka the channel!)”
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Groundwater Surveys and Development Agency May 11
Officials from , Bhavnagar, Gujrat visited GSDA to get the knowledge of recharge structures, it's planning and implementation wrt , and .
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Josh Ahmed May 14
Spotted a great bit of bank undercutting on the beach today. Should have paid more attention to the backdrop, though... whoops 😳
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Josh Ahmed May 14
A journey through a small-scale river system
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Rhodri Thomas May 14
Great to see this taking place in Wales! More to come too
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earth expansion May 11
Doesn't the look on the girls' faces when it crumbles say it all? ["Is this what it means to be a genius?" "Is that all there is?"
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