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Kitten Rescued from 25-Foot Deep Hole

yesterdayHumor / odd : Neatorama

If black cats are bad luck, then this kitten has already used all his bad luck up. However, it was good luck that a geologist working nearby heard him mew. The kitten had fallen 25 feet down a hole in Venice, California. No one knew how long he'd been down there. Show More Summary

Intense storms batter Saturn's largest moon, UCLA scientists report

(University of California - Los Angeles) Titan, the largest of Saturn's more than 60 moons, has surprisingly intense rainstorms, a team of UCLA planetary scientists and geologists reports in the journal Nature Geoscience.

Extreme methane rainstorms appear to have a key role in shaping Titan's icy surface

Titan, the largest of Saturn's more than 60 moons, has surprisingly intense rainstorms, according to research by a team of UCLA planetary scientists and geologists. Although the storms are relatively rare—they occur less than once per Titan year, which is 29 and a half Earth years—they occur much more frequently than the scientists expected.

Yellowstone megavolcano may erupt sooner than expected

4 days agoNews : NY Daily News

The volcano could develop the conditions it needs to erupt within a few decades. Geologists previously thought it would take centuries.

Global Change Center researchers to forecast water quality with NSF support

(Virginia Tech) The team -- which includes ecologists, social scientists, geologists and engineers -- was awarded a $1 million National Science Foundation Smart and Connected Communities grant to develop a system that can create a real-time water forecast -- similar to a weather forecast -- for Falling Creek Reservoir in Roanoke, Va.

ARIZONA GEOLOGY BLOG now at http://blog.azgs.arizona.edu/

Dear Readers, Portal page of new Arizona Geology Blog After 10 years and more than 4,000 blog posts (and more than 1-million views), the Arizona Geological Survey’s State Geologist’s Blog has moved to a fresh, more attractive web environment: http://blog.azgs.arizona.edu/. Show More Summary

Antarctic geologist accused of sexually harassing, assaulting female researchers

6 days agoHealth : The Checkup

The geologist blew volcanic ash in the eyes of a graduate student, according to the complaint to Boston University.

Geologist Accused Of Sexually Harassing Students In Antarctica

A renowned geologist who teaches at Boston University is now at the center of new sexual harassment allegations leveled by two graduate students who claim that the professor behaved inappropriately during research expeditions in Antarctica. Two women came forward to … More » The post Geologist Accused Of Sexually Harassing Students In Antarctica appeared first on EveryJoe.

Prof accused of sexually harassing grad students in Antarctica

last weekNews : NY Daily News

A prominent geologist and Boston University professor is accused of sexually harassing two graduate students.

The Lava Catcher

A geologist treks to an active volcano to see what happens when opposites collide.

Geologist: Yosemite rock falls don't mean more danger

2 weeks agoNews : The Cutline

YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, Calif. (AP) — Rock falls that killed a British tourist and injured two other people in Yosemite National Park aren't stopping climbers intent on scaling the sheer walls of El Capitan and a park geologist says there's no more danger than usual.

Catch a wave

When you're investigating complex questions, you've often got to dig deep to find answers. A group of UC Santa Barbara geologists and their colleagues studying tsunamis did exactly that.

Catch a wave

(University of California - Santa Barbara) UCSB geologists use ground-penetrating radar to determine the breadth and depth of erosion from an ancient tsunami in Northern California.

Geologists determine the breadth and depth of erosion from an ancient tsunami in Northern California

When you're investigating complex questions, you've often got to dig deep to find answers. A group of UC Santa Barbara geologists and their colleagues studying tsunamis did exactly that.

Scientists return from studying the lost, sunken continent of Zealandia

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Earlier this year, a team of geologists published a paper arguing that a new, mostly sunken landmass called Zealandia should be classified as our planet's eighth continent. Now a collective of scientists from 12 countries has returned from a two-month expedition exploring this subsea mystery. Show More Summary

Diamonds show Earth still capable of ‘superhot’ surprises

Diamonds may be ‘forever’ but some may have formed more recently than geologists thought. A study of 26 diamonds, formed under extreme melting conditions in the Earth’s mantle, found two populations, one of which has geologically ‘young’ ages. The post Diamonds show Earth still capable of ‘superhot’ surprises appeared first on HeritageDaily - Heritage & Archaeology News.

The Fight to Bring Home the Headdress of an Aztec Emperor

In 1878, the Austrian geologist and explorer Ferdinand von Hochstetter went prospecting in the hills above Innsbruck. He wasn’t looking for gold or minerals. Rather, he needed exhibits for a newly founded Museum of Natural History in Vienna, of which he had just been named the director. Show More Summary

Meet two astronaut candidates who can help NASA do science on other worlds

Two of NASA's new astronaut candidates are particularly suited to conduct scientific research on other worlds: Zena Cardman, a geobiologist, and Jessica Watkins, a geologist.

Geologists study the drying up of the Mediterranean Sea 5.96 million years ago

We already know that climate change influences such Earth processes as erosion and fluctuations in sea levels. But do surface processes in turn have an influence on volcanic activity? This was the question raised by geologists from the University of Geneva (UNIGE, Switzerland) and international collaborators. Show More Summary

Floods are a serious threat to Southern California, say CSUF geologists

Seeing the devastation that Hurricanes Harvey and Irma inflicted, it’s tempting to take solace that Southern California escapes anything but the rare remnant of a tropical storm. But that doesn’t mean we’re spared flooding, reminded two Cal State Fullerton geologists in the wake of Harvey and Irma. Our water events might not have names, but […]

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