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Nooriyah
Geologist, In love with nature, travel, outdoors, coffee. Tectonics; Ophiolites, Mantle Plume Geochemistry, Space exploration. NPoC Kenya for ,
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Physics & Astronomy Zone Jul 17
Wave touching the cloud 😍
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Bruce Schaefer Jul 12
The basement geology is spectacular- Olarian folding, beautiful veining (!) and great brecciation... awesome natural laboratory for Proterozoic Australia!!!
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Annamarie Borges May 20
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Dr. Elizabeth Sibert Jun 27
First fieldwork for a project I developed myself: 2012, in Gubbio, Italy, at the moment the Dinosaurs died. Right hand: dinosaurs, left hand: no dinosaurs. This study helped show how fish responded to a mass extinction funded by
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Haiyina H. A Jun 14
Visiting the rocks 'cus we rock😎 Got the chance to witness the northeastern Taiwan coastal outcrops despite the pouring rain🌧️
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Dr Janine Krippner Jul 3
Our records show a near-continuous eruption at Stromboli since 1934. You can learn more here:
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James Attlee Jul 3
Stromboli, the Volcano off Sicily, has erupted for the first time since 1966 or so. We heard a massive boom
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off the shelf edge Jul 1
Interested in how fast turbidite event-beds change thickness? Check out our new paper in Depositional Record
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Next Einstein Forum Jul 2
We're excited to announce that Africa Science Magazine is live! Scientific African Magazine documents science & tech developments in Africa & from Africans for the public, with special focus on research published in !
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Kenya Red Cross Jul 1
Tears of joy as mother and daughter are re-united in Kakuma, Turkana after being separated for 14 years. Kudos to the Red Cross tracing team for their continued efforts in restoring family links.
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Group on Earth Observations (GEO) Jul 1
Submit your projects using 🌏 for the and WIN πŸ†! The deadline for the GEO Awards is extended to July 15!
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CHYCHY CHUKWU Jun 30
Replying to @CHYCHYCHUKWU
when you witness an injustice.ALL of you!Do not stay quiet,never again! Go and call Justin,"he said staring at me On that day,I received the most practical lesson in my course of Law.When we don't defend our rights,we lose our dignity,and dignity is not negotiable ~Author Unknown
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GeoScienceWorld Jul 1
First direct evidence for a contiguous shelf to the south of the Rheic Ocean | from
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Cosmic Carol Jul 1
Replying to @Cosmic_Carol
Many things are not known about the corona of the sun. Tomorrow gives the perfect opportunity for astronomers to see the corona perfectly. Eg why is the corona so much hotter than the surface
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Society of Women in Space Exploration Jul 1
✨To celebrate almost 6 months of SWISE, we will be selecting 10 random folks & mailing them a SWISE logo sticker!✨ In a tweet, answer this Q and tag : What are you most excited about for the future of space exploration? Open to anyone, anywhere! πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸš€πŸ”­πŸ’«πŸš€πŸ›Έ
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SAP Africa Jun 27
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Geology Tweets Jun 29
Magnificent Tanzanite crystal from Merelani Hills, Manyara Region, Tanzania. Photo: CD Davis Jewelry
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John D. Cook 22 Feb 12
Ever think "I'm not smart enough to do this" and then think "and neither are the people who are doing it"?
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Geology Tweets Jun 26
Modern fossil! 🀣🀣
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IRIS Earthquake Sci Jun 26
This shows the generalized relationship between movement and strain release from an . When the strain is released, the GPS receiver snaps back toward its original position.
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