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Environmental 13h
Sediment coring at Nuangola Lake in lab yesterday
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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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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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Paul Durkin Sep 24
I have two fully-funded MSc positions available at the U of Manitoba to study outcropping fluvial deposits of Alberta - please pass along to interested BSc students
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Verity Normington 22h
, central is mostly restricted to the subsurface my new publication looks at of the few surface exposures & correlates the and sediments with subsurface type sections
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Claire McGhee Apr 13
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The DRIFTERS Research Group Apr 4
What are the differences between sedimentary waves and contourite drifts? See this fascinating contourite drift example along the Rockall Trough, courtesy of Adam Kirby, the contourite drift hunter.
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Frontiers in Earth Science Oct 30
"These are exciting times for sedimentologists, stratigraphers, and sediment geochemists!". Read more about Grand Challenges (and Great Opportunities) in , , and Research:
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Irini Sifogeorgaki Apr 11
group is organising a visit to the Lab at in The Hague on April 15th! More info in the poster below 📜
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Jenn Pickering Aug 21
Another day, another pendulous load cast. (3 inch core for scale)
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Jaco H. Baas Feb 26
First try at making groove marks in the lab with internship student Brandon Craven. Lots of testing still to do, but the first results are promising.
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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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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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Peter G Knight 15 Nov 17
Looking through my advance copy of "Till: a glacial process sedimentology" I am totally blown away by what a brilliant book Dave Evans has produced! This will be of immense value to the , and communities.
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成瀬 元 Oct 10
Our new paper on MTD is out. We reconstructed paleo-flow conditions of the MTD such as internal stresses and pore pressures from the 1.6 km continuous outcrop.
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Ria Mitchell 19 Nov 17
I love love LOVE beach ripples, a fabulous example of art in nature
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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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Joshua Khan 27 Feb 18
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BOSCORF Nov 18
We are today to deliver a core based practical to their third year undergrads with . We have three exciting quaternary cores, and a data practical, should be a great day!
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The DRIFTERS Research Group Nov 13
Sandra de Castro describing the contourite system during a presentation at IFREMER, France titled “Modern sandy contourites: Conceptual and economic implications”
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