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Latinas in Earth and Planetary Sciences 43m
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YourWeather 15h
We discuss and the clues hidden in clays that tell us more about biological activity
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Joe Makepeace 12h
In on an advanced reconnaissance for continued studies from September but not to sure about the attention to detail / proofreading on the signage. 😁😬🤪
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ElsevierMattB Jun 13
GeoRef, produced by and available on is the largest geoscience literature database in the world. The tool typically cuts research time in half! If you are a geoscientist and have not seen a demo of the database, please reach out.
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Latinas in Earth and Planetary Sciences Jun 14
PhD opportunity 🤓👊🏽
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Dr Chris 12h
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Mark Duffett Jun 6
What jumpstarted Earth's plate tectonics? New ideas point to ancient glaciers. via
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CambUP Earth Science Jun 13
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Earthworks-Jobs.com Jun 14
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Krypton Brothers Jun 13
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IAMG Jun 11
Not long now until begins in Padova, Italy
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Claudia Hildebrandt Jun 14
Welcome to all our visitors who made it through the rain to Open Day. An opportunity to speak to staff and students about in the
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MapScaping Jun 12
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EGU TS Division Jun 7
📢Three job vacancies at to study geological hydrogen storage & dynamic fluid loading and rock mechanics! Info&applications here: (vacancy references: 047948-047947-047864)
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Tina S. Jun 13
I want something stronger. In troubled times, I said lets get a Geology degree with an emphasis in Geophysics and a minor in Regenerative Studies, why not 💜
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Walsn Jun 13
The permafrost coastline of a Canadian Arctic island was found to be collapsing at a rate of up to a metre a day. by via
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MapScaping Jun 14
Place names that contain the word 'Mountain' and 'Plain' in the Source:
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LS Gardiner Jun 7
“Everything changes. Nothing perishes.” I don’t think Ovid was thinking about the rock cycle, water cycle, or other biogeochemical cycles when he wrote this in a poem about 2000 years ago, but that’s where my mind went when reading it.
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MapScaping Jun 8
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Machine Learning Jun 14
RT : RT : Want to find out more about approaches and outcomes of the ? Join and and speakers at an special event on 20 June …
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