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Maui Hawaii Jul 28
Haleakala's ascent takes trekkers through 6 of the world’s 14 climate zones, while its depression was deemed the quietest place on the planet by acoustic experts, who found that its ambient sound levels were “near the very threshold of human hearing.”
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Geology Page Aug 2
Icelandic volcano swell signals potential eruption | Small earthquakes and a so-called “inflation” of the mountain, signalling a potential volcanic eruption, have been reported near Iceland’s famous ... Read more :
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Science Learning Hub 9h
A free Café Scientifique presentation for those of you in the mighty Manawatu Can volcanologists predict volcanic eruptions? Tomorrow (Wed 5 Aug) at Globe Theatre
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Geology Page 19h
How drones can monitor explosive volcanoes | Researchers around Edgar Zorn from the German Research Centre for Geosciences GFZ in Potsdam are now presenting the results of a series of ... Read more :
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Science Academy Jul 30
Scientists reveal an explosive secret hidden beneath seemingly trustworthy An international team of volcanologists working on remote islands in the Galápagos Archipelago has found that volcanoes which reliably produce small basaltic lava...
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Dylan Handy Aug 2
Summit of Mount Adams, looking at Mt Rainier. Got my arse kicked... payoff incredible!
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Quizzypedia 3h
Question of the day – Season 103 Day 2/14 Category: See the question here: Leaderboard: Don't tweet the answer - send a Direct Message!
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COMET Datasets & Services Jul 29
Paper and 🛰️ data. LiCSAR: An Automatic InSAR Tool for Measuring and Monitoring Tectonic and Volcanic Activity Data:
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Melissa Cristina Márquez Jul 31
It turns out underwater are quite important in our marine ecosystems! Especially for : Did y'all know sharkcanos are a thing?!
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Dr Natasha Dowey Jul 28
Jazmin is an awesome interdisciplinary volcanologist, whose work is a great example of how to bring social and physical sciences together to truly understand our geological and historical past!
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ExpatriateHealthcare Jul 27
There are around 1,500 potentially active around the world, many of which are on the ocean floor. Learn how to stay safe as an during a volcanic eruption.
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Raspberry Shake 11h
What are Deep Long Period (DLP) , and what do they have to do with ? finds out from Amanda Lough who has made DLP earthquakes a focus of her seismic research. ➡️
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Birkbeck Science Jul 31
If you’re intrigued by or you’ll not want to miss this talk on North Korea's Mt Paektu by Dr James Hammond – book your place for Aug 11 7.30pm
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ONSIGHT Aug 2
Join as he captures the raw power of in ‘INTO THE INFERNO . Available to watch on ⁣🌋⁣ ⁣
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Tira Shubart Jul 30
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Mike Adams 12h
Change is difficult, but it is also necessary. Are you in danger of getting caught behind the times?
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Kids Inc Nurseries 17h
Bluewater Butterflies are learning about and having with ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Day Hiking Trails Jul 31
Sonoran hikes offer saguaros, lava badlands
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Earthquake Monitor 24h
EQ at today: (1), Lake(10), (2), (1), (3), (1), ...
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Tracy Humphrey Jul 31
What in the halibut is going on here?? I have so many questions. WOW!!!
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