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Hilarity ensues - Part II

Or: Why you should do fieldwork

By Tanja

After last weeks post covered “why you should do fieldwork” this weeks post covers “why you… 1.991 more words

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Hilarity ensues - Part I

Or: Why you should do fieldwork

By Tanja

Just under a week ago I came back from a two-week long fieldwork in the bush area of Western Australia. 884 more words

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Standing Room Crowd For Public Irving Earthquake Meeting

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IRVING (CBSDFW.COM) – For the first time, seismologists are using the word “swarm” to describe all of the rumbling in and around the city of Irving. 476 more words

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A Web Connected Seismometer

has a budding interest in seismology, so she decided to make her own seismometer out of some easy-to-find materials. Seismometers are prohibitively expensive for hobbyists, but thankfully it’s really easy to build a usable siesmometer out of simple parts. 162 more words

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The Great Apple Switch Incident

Once upon a time my Dad’s mom decided to spruce up her yard by planting a row of apple trees. It worked great…while she had kids to clean up the falling apples every autumn. 947 more words

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Japanese seismometer found in Haida Gwaii could shed new light on 2011 tsunami

A Japanese seismometer that was recovered on B.C. coast this summer could help answer some important questions about what happened during the 2011 Japanese tsunami that claimed thousands of lives. 147 more words

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Japanese seismometer may have new data on 2011 tsunami

WATCH: The bulbous, bright orange device may reveal more information about the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan in 2011.

An expensive piece of Japanese technology found along the shores of B.C.’s Haida Gwaii archipelago may provide academics with priceless information about the very earthquake that dislodged it from its sunken home. 59 more words

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