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A New Standard in Gold Mining

Two of the biggest names in gold just paved the way for lower-risk, lower-cost gold mining. Here's senior geologist Byron King's full report analysis... The post A New Standard in Gold Mining was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

Stunning New Atlas Shows the Polar Seafloor Like We’ve Never Seen It

3 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

An unprecedented collaboration involving 20 countries, 75 institutions, and over 250 marine geologists has yielded a new atlas that’s providing our best glimpse yet of the seafloor at both polar regions of the planet. The images are of significant scientific value, but they’re also quite beautiful. Read more...

We Will Hit Peak Oil By 2030 But It's Not What You Think

4 days agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Economists and geologists and everyone and their oilman has been telling us that one day, we will hit Peak Oil. One day, we will keep looking for oil, but we won’t find anymore. One day, the demand would greatly outpace the supply. But now one of the biggest oil companies in the world is saying that’s backwards. Read more...

Central Chile hit by 6.9-magnitude quake: USGS

4 days agoNews : The Lookout

A strong 6.9-magnitude earthquake rattled central Chile on Monday, US geologists said. The quake, which struck at 6:30 pm (2130 GMT), was centered about 38 kilometers (60 miles) off the coast of the resort city of Valparaiso. It had a depth of 9.8 kilometers (six miles), according to the US Geological Survey.

Central Chile hit by 7.1-magnitude quake: USGS

A strong 7.1-magnitude earthquake rattled central Chile on Monday, US geologists said. The quake, which struck at 6:30 pm (2130 GMT), was centered off the coast of the resort city of Valparaiso and had a depth of 9.8 kilometers (about six miles), according to the US Geological Survey. Show More Summary

Animal Collective – “Man Of Oil”

Animal Collective are releasing Meeting Of The Waters, a new EP featuring live recordings from Avey Tare and Geologist's recent trip to Brazil, for Record Store Day tomorrow. And tonight, they've shared "Man Of Oil," a warm, organic track that sounds like vintage AnCo. Listen below. …

Trilobites: What Moves Gravel-Size Gypsum Crystals Around the Desert?

last weekNews : NYTimes: News

The large crystals, and perhaps life forms within, may be scattered around by a whirlwind that a geologist calls a gravel devil.

Trace Fossils Discovered of an Unknown Reptile Species Existing 247 Million Years Ago

The several excavation campaigns conducted in 2012 by geologists, biologists and palaeontologists of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) and the Institut Català de Paleontologia Miquel Crusafont (ICP), together with local geologists...Show More Summary

Geologist studies South Pacific volcano that's been erupting continuously for hundreds of years

For two weeks last fall, Ingrid Ukstins lived life on the wild and dangerous side. The University of Iowa volcanologist spent her days collecting samples from a volcano on Tanna, an island in the remote South Pacific archipelago of Vanuatu. The volcano, called Yasur, spews out flaming masses or "bombs"—some the size of a small car.

Healthy Soil is the Real Key to Feeding the World

Conventional wisdom says we need industrial agriculture to feed the world. Not so, says geologist David Montgomery: Practices that focus on creating healthy soil can transform agriculture. The post Healthy Soil is the Real Key to Feeding the World appeared first on The Good Men Project.

This Canadian River Disappeared in Four Days Thanks to Climate Change

Lost river is the first case of ‘river piracy’ in the modern era. Geologists say it has wreaked havoc on the local ecosystem.

What Caused an Entire Yukon River to Vanish Almost Overnight?

Last summer, a team of geologists set out on an expedition to study Slims River in the Yukon, but when they got there, the once majestic river was nowhere to be seen. The scientists attribute the missing river to a retreating glacier, which caused a dramatic shift in the direction of water flow. It’s yet another… Read more...

Climate change steals a river

“River piracy” may seem like a term that invokes paddle-wheeler boats and men with eye patches, but it’s a term familiar to geologists. It’s what happens when the flow of a stream is captured and directed along a new course. Often, such...Show More Summary

Windmills and building stones: Antigua, West Indies

In his latest book, Ted Nield (2014) reflects on building stones and what they tell the geologist about where they are. Once upon a time, building stones in Britain were derived locally and told the […]...

Tertiary cephalopods or where did all the ammonites go?

Most geologists will be familiar with Palaeozoic and Mesozoic cephalopods, but their Tertiary counterparts are much less well known. It isn’t that Tertiary cephalopods are rare as such – at some localities they can be […]...

Climate experts release latest science on sea level rise projections

In a compelling analysis of the factors that affect how much the ocean will rise along California's coast in coming decades, a seven-member team of experts led by UC Santa Cruz geologist Gary Griggs has issued a report on the best-available sea-level rise science.

Animal Collective announce new green-minded EP Meeting of the Waters, reveal tour dates

Live recordings from a Brazil trip early last year by Animal Collective members Avey Tare and Geologist are set to appear on the recently-announced EP, Meeting of the Waters, out April 22 (Record Store Day) in the form of a limited-edition 12-inch. Show More Summary

Scientists are seeking the holy grail of climate change

2 weeks agoTechnology : Tech Talk

Deep in the jagged red mountains of Oman, geologists are drilling in search of an efficient and cheap way to remove carbon dioxide from the air and oceans

Scientists seek holy grail of climate change in Oman's hills

Deep in the jagged red mountains of Oman, geologists are drilling in search of the holy grail of reversing climate change: an efficient and cheap way to remove carbon dioxide from the air and oceans.

Lee Allison honored by Arizona Senate

M. Lee Allison Today, 12 April 2017, Sen. Gail Griffin read before the Arizona Senate a 'Death Resolution' honoring Lee Allison, former director of AZGS and Arizona State Geologist, for his service to Arizona. Lee joined AZGS in 2006 and remained there till his untimely death on 16 Aug. Show More Summary

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