This week there’s an ocean theme, with news about the Pacific plastics, ocean circulation, and the formation of the Mediterranean Sea.
Archives for March 2018
This week the geoscience roundup looks at historic volcanic eruptions, dinosaurs – and a new auroral phenomenon.
2018 marks half a century since the first serious warnings of global warming. What does the trend look like now?
Reproducibility is a key to successful experimentation. Presently, there is a crisis in chemical and other scientific research: lack of reproducible results
This week we consider actual earthquake hazard in Papua New Guinea and potential hazard in Mexico – along with an unusual volcanic phenomenon.
It’s about that time again – time to enjoy a taste of mathematical theory, and a bit slice of pi.
This week there’s a theme – earthquakes, volcanoes, and the very high levels of damage they can cause.
Wild weather: A lamb, a lioness, and a beast
Earthquakes, deserts, volcanoes…even dinosaurs. It’s all go in the geoscience world this week.