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The North West Star
Fossils, floods and secrets: inside the Marakoopa Cavesmore on the novelty aspect of the caves .. whereas our interpretation nowadays
The North West Star / Posted 32 minutes ago
more on the novelty aspect of the caves .. whereas our interpretation nowadays tends to be more abou the environment, the geology and how things react.” More than $1 million was spent on the site, with 80 tonnes of gravel removed with shovel and... Read more
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FOX Business
Hecla Mining Company vs. Royal Gold, Incto deal with the uncertainties of doing the actual mining on its properties. Th
FOX Business / Posted 4 hours ago
to deal with the uncertainties of doing the actual mining on its properties. That means costs will go up and down based on geology, the life stage of a mine, labor costs, and supply costs, among other things. And if the price of gold and silver... Read more
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FOX Business
Hecla Mining Company vs. Royal Gold, Incto deal with the uncertainties of doing the actual mining on its properties. Th
FOX Business / Posted 4 hours ago
to deal with the uncertainties of doing the actual mining on its properties. That means costs will go up and down based on geology, the life stage of a mine, labor costs, and supply costs, among other things. And if the price of gold and silver... Read more
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Energy Business Review
Heron drilling hits significant mineralisation at Currawangon the drilling progress, Heron’s Managing Director, Mr Wayne Taylor said: ”The
Energy Business Review / Posted 9 hours ago
on the drilling progress, Heron’s Managing Director, Mr Wayne Taylor said: ”The sulphide intercept and interpreted geology is a very exciting development at Currawang as we are seeing direct evidence of a broader mineralised system than... Read more
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ajc.com
How the Confederates might actually come off Stone Mountainthe South Explosives aren’t the only option. The relief could be covered, said
ajc.com / Posted 10 hours ago
the South Explosives aren’t the only option. The relief could be covered, said Robert Hatcher, distinguished scientist in geology at the University of Tennessee. The figures would be smoothed down, then the area filled with concrete. “It wouldn’t... Read more
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Popular Science Australia
Important things found in Antarctica this week: 91 volcanoes and also a fruitcakein all manner of holiday jokes, don't indicate how glaciers might move or melt.
Popular Science Australia / Posted 20 hours ago
in all manner of holiday jokes, don't indicate how glaciers might move or melt. They cannot tell you anything about the geology of a region (though their survival makes it clear just how freaking cold and dry the air is). Volcanoes, on the other... Read more
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The Economic Times
Dolomite contaminated water inundation puts tea in Himalayan foothills under crisisthe situation at ground level remained as gray as it was. “Not only tea, the co
The Economic Times / Posted 21 hours ago
the situation at ground level remained as gray as it was. “Not only tea, the contamination has severely hampered entire geology, ecology or biodiversity of the fragile foothills environment. The issue needs immediate and serious diplomatic level... Read more
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This is West Country
Meet some of Bridgwater's top achievers from A Level results dayand can’t wait to start at university.” n Cerin Pye, a former pupil of Churchi
This is West Country / Posted yesterday
and can’t wait to start at university.” n Cerin Pye, a former pupil of Churchill Academy, achieved 2 As in archaeology and geology and a B in geography and is off to University of Leicester to study geology with palaeobiology. n James Della Valle,... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Outdoors: Calendar, Aug. 17Falls State Park: History of Pedernales Falls Hike, a one-mile walk to the fall
San Antonio Express-News / Posted yesterday
Falls State Park: History of Pedernales Falls Hike, a one-mile walk to the falls with a ranger to learn how it shaped the geology, plants and wildlife of the park. 10-11 a.m. Meet at the falls trailhead. Free. Entrance fees apply. Call... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Chad Adopts a Mining Policy and Mining Code Aligned to the Africa Mining Visionof which mining can be an important engine." The workshop ended by the closing
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
of which mining can be an important engine." The workshop ended by the closing speech of the Minister of Mines, Geology and Quarries, Mr. Youssouf Abassala, who underlined the necessity for Chad to set up mechanisms which will ensure the... Read more
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Island Packet
Blind people will see the eclipse — thanks to an SC professor and Spanish mossThanks to a South Carolina geology professor, visually impaired people can view
Island Packet / Posted yesterday
Thanks to a South Carolina geology professor, visually impaired people can view the total solar eclipse — in braille. The College of Charleston’s Cassandra Runyon partnered with David Hurd of the University of Edinboro to write a braille book about... Read more
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Chichester Observer
A-Level results: Havant & South Downs College high-flyersto B grades. James Robinson was among the happy crowd at the South Downs Campu
Chichester Observer / Posted yesterday
to B grades. James Robinson was among the happy crowd at the South Downs Campus this morning, as he received three A’s in geology, geography and accounts. He said: “I’m absolutely ecstatic about my results, I’m completely surprised, I wasn’t... Read more
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Castlegar News
College retirees plan their yearTuesday, April 18, 2018, the Selkirk Retirees will complete the year with a gen
Castlegar News / Posted yesterday
Tuesday, April 18, 2018, the Selkirk Retirees will complete the year with a general meeting and a slide show from former Geology instructor, Lesley Anderton, who will detail her trip to the Shetland Islands. New retirees are welcome to join the... Read more
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Columbia Star
First banner unveiled showcasing new logo for Broad River Road Corridor20 additional banners will be erected along a 4.5-mile stretch of Broad River R
Columbia Star / Posted yesterday
20 additional banners will be erected along a 4.5-mile stretch of Broad River Road between Greystone Boulevard and Geology Road. The logo will also be used to market the busy corridor and for upcoming gateway signage leading into the... Read more
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express
Just what are these massive SPACE SNAILS discovered by NASA on Pluto?through denser solid nitrogen by currents caused by density differences. Willi
express / Posted yesterday
through denser solid nitrogen by currents caused by density differences. William McKinnon, deputy lead of the New Horizons Geology, Geophysics and Imaging team, said: “This part of Pluto is acting like a lava lamp, if you can imagine a lava lamp as... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
UK's geology 'detrimental' to fracking potential says expertVideo: August 17 2017 Video: UK's geology 'detrimental' to fracking potentia
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Video: August 17 2017 Video: UK's geology 'detrimental' to fracking potential says... Read more
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Romford Recorder
Havering results: Students at Havering Sixth Form ‘so happy’ with A-level resultsbelieve it. I wasn’t expecting it.” Isabelle Matti, 18, will now attend the Im
Romford Recorder / Posted yesterday
believe it. I wasn’t expecting it.” Isabelle Matti, 18, will now attend the Imperial College London after gaining an A* in geology and two A’s in biology and maths. “I cannot even describe how I feel,” she said. “I didn’t expect the results I... Read more
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Northwest Florida Daily News
'I still have my brain'she said. As for life after college, Jack said he doesn't feel limited in care
Northwest Florida Daily News / Posted yesterday
she said. As for life after college, Jack said he doesn't feel limited in career choices. One of his professors in the geology department encouraged him by saying that there were plenty of opportunities he could pursue in that field. Jack said... Read more
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Business Wire
Evolving Oklahoma STACK Play Continues to Draw Interest as E&P Operators Seek Sweet Spots, IHS Markit SaysSTACK play is economic for many operators at current prices and it offers multi
Business Wire / Posted yesterday
STACK play is economic for many operators at current prices and it offers multiple drilling targets due to its complex geology, which is attractive for drillers seeking to leverage pads to expand resources,” Kugler said. “While the play covers... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
UK is 55 million years too late for fracking to work, says expertThe geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new
West Moreland Gazette / Posted yesterday
The geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new energy source has been “overhyped”, a geoscience expert has claimed. Professor John Underhill, chief scientist at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, suggested the UK... Read more
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Oxford Mail
UK is 55 million years too late for fracking to work, says expertThe geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
The geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new energy source has been “overhyped”, a geoscience expert has claimed. Professor John Underhill, chief scientist at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, suggested the UK... Read more
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Bury Times
UK is 55 million years too late for fracking to work, says expertThe geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new
Bury Times / Posted yesterday
The geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new energy source has been “overhyped”, a geoscience expert has claimed. Professor John Underhill, chief scientist at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, suggested the UK... Read more
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Gazette
UK is 55 million years too late for fracking to work, says expertThe geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new
Gazette / Posted yesterday
The geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new energy source has been “overhyped”, a geoscience expert has claimed. Professor John Underhill, chief scientist at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, suggested the UK... Read more
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guardian-series
UK is 55 million years too late for fracking to work, says expertThe geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new
guardian-series / Posted yesterday
The geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new energy source has been “overhyped”, a geoscience expert has claimed. Professor John Underhill, chief scientist at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, suggested the UK... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
UK is 55 million years too late for fracking to work, says expertThe geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new
Greenock Telegraph / Posted yesterday
The geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new energy source has been “overhyped”, a geoscience expert has claimed. Professor John Underhill, chief scientist at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, suggested the UK... Read more
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Harrow Times
UK is 55 million years too late for fracking to work, says expertThe geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new
Harrow Times / Posted yesterday
The geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new energy source has been “overhyped”, a geoscience expert has claimed. Professor John Underhill, chief scientist at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, suggested the UK... Read more
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This is West Country
UK is 55 million years too late for fracking to work, says expertThe geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new
This is West Country / Posted yesterday
The geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new energy source has been “overhyped”, a geoscience expert has claimed. Professor John Underhill, chief scientist at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, suggested the UK... Read more
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Gazette News
UK is 55 million years too late for fracking to work, says expertThe geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new
Gazette News / Posted yesterday
The geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new energy source has been “overhyped”, a geoscience expert has claimed. Professor John Underhill, chief scientist at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, suggested the UK... Read more
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Bolton News
UK is 55 million years too late for fracking to work, says expertThe geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new
Bolton News / Posted yesterday
The geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new energy source has been “overhyped”, a geoscience expert has claimed. Professor John Underhill, chief scientist at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, suggested the UK... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
UK is 55 million years too late for fracking to work, says expertThe geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted yesterday
The geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new energy source has been “overhyped”, a geoscience expert has claimed. Professor John Underhill, chief scientist at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, suggested the UK... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
UK is 55 million years too late for fracking to work, says expertThe geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted yesterday
The geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new energy source has been “overhyped”, a geoscience expert has claimed. Professor John Underhill, chief scientist at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, suggested the UK... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
UK is 55 million years too late for fracking to work, says expertThe geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new
EveningTimes Online / Posted yesterday
The geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new energy source has been “overhyped”, a geoscience expert has claimed. Professor John Underhill, chief scientist at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, suggested the UK... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
UK is 55 million years too late for fracking to work, says expertThe geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new
Croydon Guardian / Posted yesterday
The geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new energy source has been “overhyped”, a geoscience expert has claimed. Professor John Underhill, chief scientist at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, suggested the UK... Read more
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Daily Star
Chemical hazard team investigates fears 'gateway to HELL' has opened upopening a gateway to hell The region in the state of Tobasco, Mexico – famous
Daily Star / Posted yesterday
opening a gateway to hell The region in the state of Tobasco, Mexico – famous of its hot sauce – is under investigation by geology experts after cracks were reported in Chacalapa, a rural suburb in south east Mexico. Vegetation around the... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
UK is 55 million years too late for fracking to work, says expertThe geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted yesterday
The geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new energy source has been “overhyped”, a geoscience expert has claimed. Professor John Underhill, chief scientist at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, suggested the UK... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
UK is 55 million years too late for fracking to work, says expertThe geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
The geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new energy source has been “overhyped”, a geoscience expert has claimed. Professor John Underhill, chief scientist at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, suggested the UK... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
UK is 55 million years too late for fracking to work, says expertThe geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted yesterday
The geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new energy source has been “overhyped”, a geoscience expert has claimed. Professor John Underhill, chief scientist at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, suggested the UK... Read more
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Scotsman
Fracking not viable in UK’s “deformed” rocksleading Scottish academic. Professor John Underhill, chief scientist at Heriot
Scotsman / Posted yesterday
leading Scottish academic. Professor John Underhill, chief scientist at Heriot-Watt University, says the country’s complex geology means fracking is not a viable option and is “overhyped” as a solution for keeping the lights on. He says folds and... Read more
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The North West Star
Science charms local schoolkidsGagen said. Dr Gagen could certainly talk from experience in terms of travel a
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
Gagen said. Dr Gagen could certainly talk from experience in terms of travel around the world. “I’m a geomicrobiologist, geology is studying rocks and microbiology is studying small living organisms so I study bacteria that eat rocks,” she said.... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Which College Offers The "Best Bang" For Your Tuition Buck?a month, working at a summer job for a big oil company. She then went to a mid
Zero Hedge / Posted yesterday
a month, working at a summer job for a big oil company. She then went to a mid-western university for her masters in Geology, and they paid her to go there. She got that degree just in time for the oil bust. She couldn't buy a job. Then she... Read more
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BBC News
Fracking: Shale rock professor says UK gas reserves 'hyped'Shale rock professor says UK gas reserves 'hyped' The gas reserves in shale ro
BBC News / Posted yesterday
Shale rock professor says UK gas reserves 'hyped' The gas reserves in shale rocks in the UK have been "hyped", a geology professor has warned. Prof John Underhill from Heriot-Watt University said UK shale deposits were formed 55 million... Read more
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Northwest Florida Daily News
'I still have my brain'she said. As for life after college, Jack said he doesn't feel limited in care
Northwest Florida Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
she said. As for life after college, Jack said he doesn't feel limited in career choices. One of his professors in the geology department encouraged him by saying that there were plenty of opportunities he could pursue in that field. Jack said... Read more
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Colorado Daily
Boulder's Chautauqua sports smooth approach after flood restorationalmost four years ago in the historic rains and flooding of September 2013. "I
Colorado Daily / Posted 2 days ago
almost four years ago in the historic rains and flooding of September 2013. "I hike quite a bit and I have a background in geology. I know what the flood did here. ... The pitch of the drainages were changed by the flood." The approach taken by... Read more
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Gamasutra
Don't miss out on all the great AR talks at VRDC Fall 2017!applications, the scientists and engineers at NASA JPL can plan activities for
Gamasutra / Posted 2 days ago
applications, the scientists and engineers at NASA JPL can plan activities for the Mars Curiosity rover and analyze Martian geology while walking on a 3D reconstruction of the Martian surface. Guy's session will present recent projects that leverage... Read more
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ABC News
Inside the turf war between Texas and New Mexico over dirtroad surfaces. Caliche is essentially crystallized calcium carbonate, or as Na
ABC News / Posted 2 days ago
road surfaces. Caliche is essentially crystallized calcium carbonate, or as Nancy McMillan, a New Mexico State University geology professor, calls it: “the white stuff that forms inside your shower.” “It’s nature’s concrete,” McMillan told ABC... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
These courses are STILL available at University of Manchester through clearing(Hons) English Language for Education (X3Q1), BA (Hons) English Literature (Q
Manchester Evening News / Posted 2 days ago
(Hons) English Language for Education (X3Q1), BA (Hons) English Literature (Q320), BA (Hons) Environmental and Resource Geology (F630), BSc (Hons) Environmental Management (F851), BA (Hons) Environmental Science (F850), BSc... Read more
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Business Standard India
Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) - 2018are allowed to select only one of the 23 papers. The 23 disciplines and their c
Business Standard India / Posted 2 days ago
are allowed to select only one of the 23 papers. The 23 disciplines and their codes are: Aerospace Engineering (AE), Geology and Geophysics (GG), Agricultural Engineering (AG), Instrumentation Engineering (IN), Architecture and Planning (AR),... Read more
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The Columbia County News-Times
Columbia County 4-H begins new chapter with new leaderfrom Valdosta State University with a degree in Environmental Geoscience, which
The Columbia County News-Times / Posted 2 days ago
from Valdosta State University with a degree in Environmental Geoscience, which she said was "just really a fancy word for geology." "I studied rocks," Cody said laughing. "I've been a lot of cool places. I've been to 22 or 23 national parks, and... Read more
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Asian Correspondent
Burma: Insect named after beloved naturalist David Attenboroughattribution of Mesosticta to the Platystictidae,” said the study’s lead author
Asian Correspondent / Posted 2 days ago
attribution of Mesosticta to the Platystictidae,” said the study’s lead author Daran Zheng from the Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. “It is the first fossil group of modern platystictid damselflies and... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Naturalist David Attenborough earns his wingsfound in amber, and has a scant fossil record compared to others, said lead aut
The Borneo Post / Posted 2 days ago
found in amber, and has a scant fossil record compared to others, said lead author Daran Zheng of the Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology. M. davidattenboroughi joins a growing list of animals named after the BBC presenter that includes... Read more
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