Digital Geology – Moving towards Geological Field Trips 2.0

With Digital Geology, we've brought the geological field trip into the office environment. Let me share with you the next steps of this innovative journey. I'm standing here in the iScope Virtual Reality Centre in the Netherlands. And behind me you can see the Escudeiros outcrop in the southern Pyrenees, one of the stops of our present day geological field trips. The picture is a 360 x 180-degree, high-resolution panoramic photograph that we recently took during one of our reconnaissance trips. Standing here in Rijswijk, I can now navigate you through the geology and zoom in and explain relevant geological […]

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Group 2 PSA Earthquakes

We’re gonna start with GPS. Who can inform me. (Oh, oh oh!) Shakira, don’t get too, shooken up about this.Come show us on the board Wait! The bottom is shaking. Alarm! Groceries proper now?? I’m in the middle ofa quake! Mr.Quaker, what even is an earthquake? An earthquake is sudden movement of the earth’scrust caused through the release of stress collected along geologic faults or by volcanic undertaking Did we handle that well? I have no idea, i am so flustered correct now,i do not know where is Professor Quaker? Ya be aware of, ladies, it wasn’t too unhealthy however […]

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Elite Dangerous Horizons – Colonia Geyser & Crystal Field – Mine rare materials

Hi Ricardo and i am in colonia area space in my curious ship badger and as you can see from the coordinate and name system I have on screen I'm landmarks in Colonia Now this is making me think of it sooner nice ice world but I found two jumps from the main Colonia system It is said on the internet that there is a geyser field well on huge clouds Steam and water are thrown into the sky as a fantastic planet as well orbit around this ice world and we'll get closer to that a little later so […]

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Dante’s Peak (10/10) Movie CLIP – The Volcano Explodes (1997) HD

Okay. We're outta here. – What do we need this for ? – Might just come in handy. [ Gasps ] – [ Graham ] Mom, what is that ? Mom ? – What is that ? That is a pyroclastic cloud. – Mommy. – It's okay, baby. [ Graham ] Mom, it's coming ! [ Glass Shattering ] – [ Graham ] Mom ! – [ Harry ] Oh, my God ! Don't look back, kids ! Don't look back ! – Mom, it's right behind us ! – [ Harry ] Oh, sweet Jesus ! [ Glass Shattering […]

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Duke Faculty Books l Findings from “Sea Level Rise: A Slow Tsunami on America’s Shores”

"background music" Hi I'm Orrin Pilkey, I'm a retired professor at Duke and I've written a book with my son entitled 'Sea Level Rise: A Slow Tsunami on America's Shores." Perhaps one of the most important conclusions is that the three-foot sea-level rise, which is expected, will be the end of Miami and will also be the end of New Orleans. No way that these cities can survive. There'll be a lot of refugees coming from these cities. Where are they going to go? We should be planning for that. We can consider that if you're in the lower coastal […]

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All About Volcanoes for Children: Introduction to Volcanoes for Kids – FreeSchool

You're watching FreeSchool! The Earth is covered with a variety of different features. Oceans, plains, rivers, valleys, mountains, and one of the most dramatic, volcanoes. Named for Vulcan, the Roman god of fire, Volcanoes are one of the most powerful, spectacular forces on earth. Volcanoes can build, or destroy – but where do they come from? The surface of the Earth is cool and solid, but underneath, a thick layer of hot, molten rock churns. This molten rock is called magma. Sometimes, a crack or a break in the cool surface layer – known as the crust – allows magma […]

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DJI – Phantom 4 Pro – Hawaiian Lava

– The big island, the reason I'm here it's because of people and culture. This is Hawaii, Hawaii. The island still has that old homely feeling. My name is DJ Kale and I am a photographer. A boring long drive out to the volcano, as tired as you can be. Completely on the ground. And then suddenly you approach the glow. And you see the glow and you reach the edge and then you see your first drop of lava. I'm just as excited when I see it today like the first time. I've been flying drones for a few […]

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Choosing your Major at Mines: Geophysics

[Music] a lot of different ways to describe geophysics some people think of it as geo and physics of the application of physics to geology and and that's part of it do your physics is kind of what it sounds like it's geology and physics so what we do mostly is look for anomalies or contrasts in physical properties underneath the subsurface and we kind of tie that in with geological interpretations I think one of the most popular analogies to describe geophysics to those who aren't familiar with it is the medical imaging analogy an MRI of the earth […]

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How To Forecast Earthquakes the Dutchsinse Way.

Hi my identify is Sue i am one among Dutchsinse’s moderators and i’ll exhibit you a video as a way to translate intodifferent languages on methods to forecast earthquakes using his procedure. So first wewill translate this video and i’ll show you. ….. Wehave a video right here….. [watch what I am doing] that is the way you translate on YouTube.If you do that you simply must be in a position to read what i’m speakme about. On amobile telephone you’ve three dots on the top correct corner and that is where youcan trade the languages as well. Okay so […]

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