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Geological Sciences U of M Jun 14
Dr. Paul Durkin, a Sedimentologist from is currently in the field in Tanzania. Here are a few pics of his work there.
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lorentema Jun 11
OPPORTUNITY travel grants for Student/Researcher in Subaqueous Mass Movements and their Consequences. Application Info in link below.
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Ciencias de la Tierra USB Earth Sciences Jun 13
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Lucian Rinke-Hardekopf Jun 8
Replying to @Lucian_Geo
Even more fun part of the day: one of the kids found this super cool flower fossil in this eocene shale: that smile is process
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Ali A. H. TAHRI Jul 30
Hello geosciences people🙋‍♂️, it seems to me that's a convolute bedding within the upper part of a cross-bedded sandstone bed 🤔, what do you think ? (Aptian Sandstone formation of Arare Mountain, Eddis, Bousaada, Algeria 🇩🇿)
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Jenn Pickering Aug 21
Another day, another pendulous load cast. (3 inch core for scale)
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Romain Vaucher Apr 27
Beginning of a new postdoctoral adventure: first stop, Taiwan for the next two months! 🌏🌊⚒🔬
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Domenico Chiarella Dec 20
If you have nothing better to read over Christmas (but surely you have) and you are interested in sequence stratigraphic analysis along a fold-and-thrust belt, have a look to my latest pre-print
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Rachelle Kernen 🌸 7 Apr 18
Beautiful ripple marks from the ancient seas of the Precambrian to the modern eolian systems of the desert.
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Jérôme Juilleret Feb 24
Geological walk ⛏️south of Luxembourg 🇱🇺 this afternoon with my daughters. We found a level rich in fossils called or .....good opportunity to do a course of and paleolandscape.
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Kathryn Amos Nov 8
It's that end of semester, drowning in time of year again! I am enjoying photos of the sequences developed by my 2nd year class in one of their lab pracs :)
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Dr Ruth Siddall Apr 23
Been looking at actual rocks recently on . These amazing top Carboniferous (probably) breccias are a little known feature of N Welsh . Clasts mostly volcanics & volcaniclastics & nice dolerite dykes intruding them
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Traveling Geologist May 16
What does have to do with ? Longshore drift created a or super-saline lagoon that breeds pink algae rich in beta-carotene that is a non-animal source (precursor) of Vitamin A that keeps us healthy. Vegans should be grateful for sedimentology!
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Andreas Paul Jan 26
A bit late to the party but here's a bottom to top succession of gypsum > anhydrite > halite in the coastal sabkha of
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Tanis C. Leonhardi Jan 9
The first thin section I looked at under the microscope in my & class was the Old Red . Excited to see it in person when I visit in July. So beautiful!
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Stephen Phillips Apr 13
It's not that often you get to see well-exposed abandoned channel-fill. This one is from the Cedar Mountain Formation on the west side of the San Rafael Swell, UT. The scroll bars are obvious from above.
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Christopher Jackson Aug 22
💗 Some lovely looking, if somewhat confusing deep-water core material from the Upper Jurassic of the North Sea (Magnus Field). is off-camera, weeping...😭.
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Joshua Khan 27 Feb 18
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Jemma Purandare 29 May 18
Today I’m at the Floodplain Management Australia National Conference on the presenting a portion of my PhD research on the downstream impacts of on the Broadwater from a perspective
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Mardi McNeil Aug 10
Ridiculously gorgeous Newfoundland scenery on the fieldtrip " and of the oldest communities of Newfoundland" Oh yeah and the are pretty stunning too!
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