June: Ancient coral reefs | News and features

Pre-historic coral reefs dating back up to 250 million years extended much further away from the Earth’s equator than today, new research has revealed. The new study, published in Nature Communicationsdemonstrates how changes in temperature and plate tectonics, where the positions of Earth’s continents were in very different positions than today, have determined the distribution … Read more

Geologic Modelling Solutions Market Statistical Forecast, Trade Analysis 2022 –IBM Corp., Penta Technologies, Inc., Oracle Corp., InEight, Inc., SAP SE, Intergraph, Microsoft Corp., AVEVA Group PLC (Schneider Electric), LiquidFrameworks, Inc., Siemens AG, Coreworx Inc. – Indian Defence News

The report investigates the current status of the Geologic Modeling Solutions Market and analyzes the future trends of the Geologic Modeling Solutions market. The report explores the market opportunities available in the Geologic Modeling Solutions market. The report assesses the Geologic Modeling Solutions market sourced from the currently available data. The report provides in-depth … Read more

Power Metal Resources plc Announces Lithium Focused Exploration Update for the Selta Project Located in the Northern Territory, Australia

Power Metal Resources plc announced a lithium focused exploration update for the Selta Project located in the Northern Territory, Australia, and held by the Power Metal’s 82.78% -owned subsidiary First Development Resources Ltd. (FDR). HIGHLIGHTS: Following on from a recent in-depth data review covering Selta, FDR have undertaken a lithium specific review based initially on … Read more

Study shows how artificial light affects seasonal rhythms of plants in U.S. cities • News Service • Iowa State University

Iowa State University researchers found urban nighttime light alters the natural circadian rhythms of plants. AMES, Iowa – A new study led by Iowa State University researchers shows how artificial light has affected the natural seasonal processes of plants in urban regions of the United States. The study, published in the peer-reviewed academic journal PNAS … Read more

Take Bookings, Set Up Subscriptions, and Automate Your Store With New Premium Plugins – WordPress.com News

Plugins are the building blocks and the rocket fuel for your WordPress.com website. They can help make your site faster and easier to manage but also bring essential elements to your fingertips. From email opt-ins and contact forms, to SEO, site speed optimization, calendars, and booking options – the list is nearly endless. If you … Read more

Geologists find Adelaide could be rocked by a potential 7.2-magnitude earthquake

Geologists have made the alarming discovery that Adelaide is at risk of being hit by a devastating earthquake with a magnitude of 7.2. They say the discovery means that Adelaide could be subject to an earthquake much stronger than the one that rocked Christchurch in 2011. Scientists were uncovering the Willunga fault line – 40km … Read more

Nature Trust purchases lands for protection near Keremeos provincial park, including iconic geological columns – Penticton News

Photo: Nature Trust The Nature Trust of British Columbia has secured some historical landmarks throughout the Similkameen Valley for conservation thanks to the help of many donors. Over 194 hectares of historically and ecologically important land, including the Keremeos Columns formation which is adjacent to the 20-hectare Keremeos Columns Provincial Park, has increased the size … Read more

URI announces Class of 2022 Academic Excellence Award winners – URI News

KINGSTON, RI – June 9, 2022 – Each year, the University of Rhode Island honors graduating seniors for their superior academic achievement. Their selection is based on grade point average, as well as other criteria determined by their individual academic departments. For example, criteria might include an honors project, a research presentation, or a student’s … Read more

‘My dad picked up some pottery fragments – now he could die in a Baghdad jail’

Leila Fitton began this week “positively confident” that she would soon be reunited with her father for the first time in almost 100 days. Instead, on Monday, she learned via a phone call from a journalist that retired geologist Jim had been sentenced to 15 years behind bars in Iraq. He was detained at Baghdad … Read more

Darwin’s False Analogy | Evolution News

Photo: Sir Charles Lyell, via Wikimedia Commons. It is James Hutton, rather than Lamarck, who ought to be considered Darwin’s intellectual ancestor.1 Charles Coulton Gillispie Charles Darwin’s frequent mentions of “the noble science of Geology” reflected his long interest in and engagement with that subject, and Sandra Herbert once made the reasonable claim that the … Read more