Tag Archives: Geology

Edie Acaran

Your view of things depends on where you’re looking from. Continue reading

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Agates are like people

It’s what’s inside that counts . . . Continue reading

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Tragedies of Aberfan

The tip slide was one; the failure to heed the knowledge of the past sufficiently was another. Continue reading

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London underground

A geologist’s picnic Continue reading

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Barite

A filthy job, but something’s got to do it . . . Continue reading

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When continents collide

At the Open University, Dr. Clare Warren researches what happens to rocks when continents collide. Keep a lookout for Clare, Dice with her if you dare! Continental collision’s her scene: What is burial’s relation To rude exhumation? (Of rocks metamorphic, … Continue reading

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Font

Where you can’t see the wood for the boulders. Continue reading

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