June 18, 2020
Geoscientists create deeper look at processes below Earth's surface with 3D images
Geoscientists at The University of Texas at Dallas recently used massive amounts of earthquake data and supercomputers to generate high-resolution, 3D images of the dynamic geological processes taking place far below the Earth's surface. (Science Daily)
June 11, 2020
Fossil tracks left by an ancient crocodile that 'ran like an ostrich'
- Enormous Lava Bubble from Ancient Superplume Discovered Beneath New Zealand
- Geologists find lost fragment of ancient continent in Canada’s North
- Take a virtual tour of the Carlsbad Caverns
- 'Alien comet' visitor has weird composition
- Scientists reconstruct skulls of 200 million-year-old dinosaur embryos in 'unprecedented' 3D detail
- Three human-like species lived side-by-side in ancient Africa
- Dinosaurs walked through Antarctic rainforests crust
Volcanoes around the world (Kilauea, Rainier, Mazama, Yellowstone, Long Valley) erupt magmas with differing silica contents.
Where does your water come from? 50% of people in Ontario get their water from a surface water body like Lake Ontario. But what about the other 50%?
Ice age floodwater 650 feet deep - moving at 65 miles per hour - left Giant Current Ripples along the Columbia River at West Bar!
WATCH: The Miller Museum at Queen’s University is now home to an augmented reality sandbox where you can create your own 3D environment.