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  • This code of recommended procedures for classifying and naming stratigraphic and related units has been prepared during a four-year period, by and for North American earth scientists, under the auspices of the North American Commission on Stratigraphic Nomenclature. — “NORTH AMERICAN”, geologia.uson.mx
  • stratigraphy n. The study of rock strata, especially the distribution, deposition, and age of sedimentary rocks. — “stratigraphy: Definition from ”,
  • Definition of stratigraphic in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of stratigraphic. Pronunciation of stratigraphic. Translations of stratigraphic. stratigraphic synonyms, stratigraphic antonyms. Information about stratigraphic in the free online. — “stratigraphic - definition of stratigraphic by the Free”,
  • A revised stratigraphic nomenclature is proposed for Cretaceous and Tertiary geologic units of the central This revised nomenclature scheme is a simplification of a complex stratigraphic terminology that developed piecemeal during five decades of geologic investigations of the North Slope. — “USGS Professional Paper 1673”, pubs.usgs.gov
  • stratigraphy recognize the outstanding work. they bequeathed to their colleagues. They stratigraphic terms published for the Michigan. Basin was by Martin. — “Stratigraphic Lexicon for Michigan”, michigan.gov
  • focused on stratigraphic and subtle combination traps. Searching for Stratigraphic traps. stratigraphic trapping mechanisms are The deliberate search for stratigraphic. and subtle combination traps: where are. we now?' In this study they. — “Searching for Stratigraphic traps”,
  • Chapter 10. Relation between different kinds of stratigraphic units. The categories within stratigraphic classification are the rocks of the Earth's crust, with the picture of the stratified Earth, and with the history of the Earth as interpreted from its rock bodies. — “International Stratigraphic Guide”,
  • A reference book published under the aegis of the North American Commission on Stratigraphic Nomenclature. — “NORTH AMERICAN”, ngmdb.usgs.gov
  • American and Canadian lithological well logs. Located in Calgary, Alberta. Copyright © 2005 Canadian Stratigraphic Services (2000) Ltd. All rights reserved. — “Canadian Stratigraphic”,
  • A stratigraphic column is a drawing done by a geologist that describes what rocks in a cliff wall or underground look like. There are several key pieces of information contained in this stratigraphic column. — “Explaining the Straigraphic Column”,
  • A sequence of lithologically distinct, rock-stratigraphic units has been delineated in the Socorro-Magdalena-Datil area of the Mogollon-Datil volcanic field during the past 12 yrs. Informal names were used for most of these units while the mapping was in progress. — “NMBGMR Stratigraphic Charts”, geoinfo.nmt.edu
  • Originally named the American Commission on Stratigraphic Nomenclature, the Commission was later expanded to include representatives from the major geological organizations in Canada and Mexico, with the goal of promoting uniformity in stratigraphic nomenclature throughout North America. — “North American Commission on Stratigraphic Nomenclature”,
  • The Subcommission for Stratigraphic Information (of International Commission on Stratigraphy of IUGS) strives to provide the global public and geoscience community with quick and free access to a wealth of information about our planet's past. On our website, among other items, you will find:. — “Subcommission for Stratigraphic Information”, stratigraphy.science.purdue.edu
  • Stratigraphy, a branch of geology, studies rock layers and layering (stratification) The first practical large scale application of stratigraphy was by William Smith in the 1790s and early 19th century. — “Stratigraphy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • VISION'S STRATIGRAPHIC CHART. CREATED FOR OUR USE IN-HOUSE; SHARED WITH YOU. For a more comprehensive post-Permian Gulf Coast Stratigraphic Chart, we recommend you visit the Louisiana Geological Survey's website. Strata shown in green text color are hyperlinked to their appropriate web page(s). — “Vision Exploration, L.L.C. - Stratigraphic Chart”,
  • Stratigraphic Laws are basic principles that all geologists use in deciphering the spatial and temporal relationships of rock layers. These laws were developed in the 17th to 19th centuries based upon the work of Niels Steno, James Hutton and William Smith, among others. — “STRATIGRAPHIC LAWS”, uwsp.edu
  • Stratigraphic (strat-i-GRAPH-ic) cross-sections differ from structural cross-sections in that underground structure or elevation is ignored in the stratigraphic type. Geologists make a whole lot of stratigraphic cross-sections as they try to figure out what the rocks are doing. — “Stratigraphic Cross-Sections”,
  • Encyclopedia article about stratigraphic. Information about stratigraphic in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop Encyclopedia, computing dictionary. — “stratigraphic definition of stratigraphic in the Free Online”, encyclopedia2
  • Stratigraphic Asset Management, Inc. is a Miami-based registered investment adviser that manages the investment portfolios of its principals as well as high net worth individuals, pension and profit sharing plans, trusts, and corporations. — “Welcome! | Stratigraphic Asset Management”,
  • International Commission on Stratigraphy. A global effort to standardize international stratigraphic nomenclature is being conducted by the International Commission on Stratigraphy (ICS), the largest scientific body within the International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS). — “KGS--Stratigraphic Nomenclature--International Commission”, kgs.ku.edu
  • Paradigm Stratigraphic Delineation solutions mitigate risk and improve confidence by enabling geoscientists to Paradigm Stratigraphic Delineation tools include voxel interpretation, seismic-facies classification, electrofacies. — “Stratigraphic Delineation”,

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  • Apollo 17 Orange Soil 2 of 10 This video documents the initial field interpretation that the orange soil collected at Station 4 (Shorty Crater) was an oxide. It turned out to be composed of pyroclastic glass particles ejected by the impact which created Shorty. This was the only pyroclastic material sampled from a known stratigraphic context on the lunar surface. Thanks to the Apollo Lunar Surface Journal at NASA for making this video available.
  • da_strong_4_XES_02_Rapid_Cycle_on_Rising_Limb.avi Nikki Strong and Chris Paola Valleys that never were: time surfaces versus stratigraphic surfaces Journal of Sedimentary Research, v. 78, p. 579-593.
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  • Expanding earth my ass Why are so many people willing to believe a nutty 19th century idea over 50 years of solid and growing evidence for plate tectonics? Because scientists are always conspiring to keep the truth from us, of course. SOURCES: "Conspiracy of Science -- Earth is expanding" James Maxlow website at: Maxlow video "Yes! The Earth is expanding" Joe's channel is at: Joe's balloon-blowing video is at: The electric car, I am told, is an Atom. The video is at Electric car vs Ferrari on LaVolan channel at For an understanding of plate tectonics, just check out any geology textbook. There are many lines of evidence to the theory, so try googling the following: Sea floor spreading Magnetic stripes Oceanic ridges Mountain uplift Altimetry Subduction Make sure the websites are reputable, preferably from known academic institutions. For a more detailed look at the evidence, research hundreds of papers that have been written since the 1950s. Here are a few to get you started: Lithosphere plate-continental margin tectonics and the evolution of the Appalachian orogen JM BIRD... - Bulletin of the Geological Society ..., 1970 United plates of America, the birth of a craton: Early Proterozoic assembly and growth of Laurentia PF Hoffman - Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences, 1988 Change of tectono-stratigraphic regime in the Australian plate during the 99 Ma (mid-Cretaceous) and 43 Ma (mid ...
  • Barker Minerals Ltd. 2009 Trenching Discovery Video #2 This video is for information purposes only and is not an offer to solicit funds which must only be done under proper regulatory exemptions. New Trenching Discovery Line 53 Area On January 10 2010, the Company reported a new late season 2009 trenching discovery on Line 53N and 22+50W which was an extension across the stratigraphy of the 2008 original Line 53 area trenching and drilling discovery. The new discovery has exposed approximately 75 metres of a highly altered sulphide zone comprised of lenses, pods and blocks of massive sulphide mineralization and further extends the overall width of the Line 53 trenching and drilling mineralized zone. The Line 53N and 22W area is centred on the strongest co-incident multi-element enzyme leach soil anomaly and is near the contact between chargeability highs and resistivity lows, a geophysical pattern which is consistent as a favourable location for the formation of volcanogenic massive sulphide mineralization. A high priority has been given to the L53 trench and drilling discovery area in order to further extend the mineralization in the new trench and also to see it in drill core. The widespread occurrence of footwall-type alteration and mineralization on surface and in drill core affirms the overturned nature of the local stratigraphy, evidenced by results from previous exploration programs. The massive sulphide lenses discovered in the Discovery Trench in 2001 and in the F9 Target trenches in 2007/2009 are considered to exist ...
  • Gale Crater MSL Candidate Landing Site - Channel in the Mound The mound of stratigraphy in Gale Crater has many interesting stratigraphic relationships. This video shows the layering in the mound along an incised channel. There are remnants of fluvial deposits in the channel, and these deposits coarsen upward in the channel with 10 m blocks present in the upper part. This video was produced by Christopher Haley and Dawn Sumner using a virtual globe program called Crusta, written by Tony Bernardin, both at KeckCAVES, UCDavis (). The movie was captured using ScreenFlow and is shown in real time. Images and DTMs The context image is from the CTX camera and was compiled by Ralph Milliken. The lowest resolution topography is MOLA, and medium resolution DTM is from HRSC. The high resolution images are from HiRISE, and the high resolution DTMs are from HiRISE. HiRISE and CTX credits, respectively: NASA/JPL/University of Arizona, NASA/JPL/MSSS; HRSC - HiRISE for Mawrth - HiRISE DTMs - hirise.lpl.arizona.edu
  • Possible MSL Traverse in Gale Crater Gale Crater is one of the candidate landing sites for MSL. This video shows a notional traverse that MSL could take. One of the challenges of the Gale field area is an abundance of several meter high benches that would be difficult for the rover to get over. This traverse might avoid them, at least up to an area with both sulfates and clay minerals. 15 sec: old fan surface with different layers and some eolian dunes 20 sec: dark eolian dunes 25 sec: Ryan Anderson's "mound skirting unit" with ancient dune forms on the surface 30 sec: Contact between the mound skirting unit and lower mound strata 35 sec: Irregular weathering of probably sulfate-bearing strata 50 sec: Stratigraphic interval containing both sulfate and clay minerals, with some layering visible. Then we get to the end of HiRISE data. This video was produced by Christopher Haley and Dawn Sumner using a virtual globe program called Crusta, written by Tony Bernardin, all at KeckCAVES, UCDavis (). The movie was captured using ScreenFlow and is shown in real time. Images and DTMs The context image is from the CTX camera and was compiled by Ralph Milliken. The lowest resolution topography is MOLA, and medium resolution DTM is from HRSC. The high resolution images are from HiRISE, and the high resolution DTMs are from HiRISE. HiRISE and CTX credits, respectively: NASA/JPL/University of Arizona, NASA/JPL/MSSS; HRSC - HiRISE for Mawrth - HiRISE DTMs - hirise.lpl.arizona.edu
  • US State Senator: Earth Is 6000 Years Old Science & Reason on Facebook: MSNBC's "Countdown" with Keith Olbermann: "Worst Person in The World" - Republican Arizona State Senator Sylvia Allen says: the Earth is only 6000 years old. --- Please subscribe to Science & Reason: • • • • --- SYLVIA ALLEN thinks we shouldn't have any environmental laws because god gave us this planet to use up 6000 years ago. Ironically, she wants the Uranium that proved this planet is over four billion years old (Uranium-lead dating). Arizona state Senator Sylvia Allen (R) voices support for opening up uranium mining in the state. Sen. Allen responds to statements by environmentalists by assuring them that the "Earth is 6000 years old ..." Twice. This is a common creationist claim: a 6000 year old Earth contradicts science and goes by tracing the descendants of Adam and Even from the Christian Bible. After first making her video debut on , Arizona state Senator Sylvia Allen hits the bigtime: MSNBC's "Countdown" with Keith Olbermann and the big winner of "Worst Persons." --- RADIOMETRIC DATING (often called radioactive dating) is a technique used to date materials, usually based on a comparison between the observed abundance of a naturally occurring radioactive isotope and its decay products, using known decay rates. It is the principal source of information about the absolute age of rocks and other geological features, including the age of the ...
  • UH Geologist Explains Efforts to Plug BP Well Don Van Nieuwenhuise, Ph.D., is currently Director of the Professional Geoscience Programs at the University of Houston. His previous experience includes 18 years with AMOCO in stratigraphic research, stratigraphic applications, and management. His assignments included fields and prospects within the US and in over 40 other countries. Prior to joining the AMOCO Research Center in Tulsa, he was a geologist for MOBIL in New Orleans where he successfully drilled more than 15 exploration, production, and blow-out kill wells. Nieuwenhuise gives us insight into the current efforts to stop the leaking well in the Gulf of Mexico.
  • WWW.GOODNEWS.WS Easter Island goodnews.ws Easter Island (Rapa Nui: Rapa Nui), is a Polynesian island in the southeastern Pacific Ocean, at the southeastern most point of the Polynesian triangle. A special territory of Chile annexed in 1888, Easter Island is widely famous for its monumental statues, called moai, created by the Rapanui people. It is a world heritage site with much of the island protected within the Rapa Nui National Park. The name "Easter Island" was given by the island's first recorded European visitor, the Dutch explorer Jacob Roggeveen, who encountered it on Easter Sunday 1722, while searching for Davis or David's island and named it Paasch-Eyland (18th century Dutch for "Easter Island"). The island's official Spanish name, Isla de Pascua, also means "Easter Island". The history of Easter Island is rich and controversial. Its inhabitants have endured famines, epidemics, civil war, slave raids and colonialism, and the crash of their ecosystem; their population has declined precipitously more than once. They have left a cultural legacy that has brought them fame disproportionate to their population. Contemporary to the arrival of the first settlers of Hawaii, 300-400 CE was published as a date for initial settlement of Easter Island. Although some scholars argue for initial settlement of 700-800 CE, there is an on-going study by archaeologists Terry Hunt and Carl Lipo that states: Radiocarbon dates for the earliest stratigraphic layers at Anakena, Easter Island, and ***ysis of ...
  • Travels with Creatards 2 In episode 2 of Travels with Creatards, I explain relative dating techniques in geology (stratigraphic and fossil correlation) and highlight why Walter Veith is either a willfully ignorant buffoon or a mendacious grifter.
  • Aptian parasequence formation as an indicator of relative sea level changes This study covers five Early Cretaceous stratigraphic sections from southern Croatia located on the islands of Korcula, Hvar, Mljet, and the Peljesac Penninsula. The observed succession was deposited on the Adriatic Platform in the Tethys Ocean from 125 ma to 112 ma, resulting in a variable thickness of exposed carbonate rocks from ~30 m to ~77 m. Three depositional facies assemblages are identified within the sections: subtidal, intertidal-supratidal, and subaerial exposure. The subtidal facies are composed of thin to massive bedded bioclastic peloidal lime mudstones to grainstones containing rudist bivalves, benthic forams Palorbitolina lenticularis and Preachrysalidina infractetacea, calcareous alga Salpingoporella dinarica, and microencruster Bacinella irregularis. The intertidal to supratidal facies are thin to thick beds of planar and microbial laminites consisting of alternating layers of lime mudstone and peloidal wacke-packstone. Subaerial exposure facies are thin to thick beds of breccias and residual clay. The vertical succession of these facies shows repeated shallowing-upward parasequence packaging. The hierarchy of facies and lateral distribution of the parasequences indicate that relative sea level changes were the dominant depositional process with minor local progradation of shallow facies. The parasequence architecture indicates an Early Aptian high relative sea level generally coincident with the global Ocean Anoxic Event 1a. The early Late Aptian ...
  • Sir Peter Crane, Darwin and modern science, Thurs 9 July chicago, The importance of trees: recent progress with understanding the history of plant life Professor Sir Peter Crane (University of Chicago, Illinois, USA) Summary: Much was learnt about plant evolution in the first 100 years following On the Origin of Species, but progress in recent decades has been equally rapid, especially with new approaches to develop and test different kinds of evolutionary trees that model the specific pathways of plant evolution. Such trees provide a basis for understanding how the major groups of living and fossil plants are interrelated, and in turn, this has opened up possibilities for research in many new areas. In this lecture, I will review our current understanding of the origin and early diversification of land plants, vascular plants, seed plants and flowering plants. In all four cases, many questions remain to be answered, but improved insights have come, most reliably, by integrating information from living and fossil plants towards the development of increasingly robust phylogenetic and stratigraphic patterns. Among living plants, the widespread application of phylogenetic techniques based on molecular sequence data, together with new studies of plant structure, function and development, have been especially influential. Among fossil plants, new perspectives continue to come from studies of recently discovered and classic localities, as well as from information obtained through the application of new techniques.
  • John Warme discusses stratigraphy at Torrey Pines beach cliffs Discussion of sequence stratigraphy at Torrey Pines beach cliffs where Eocene Torrey Sandstone and underlying conformable (?) Del Mar formation is exposed under Pleistocene Lindavista Formation. Retired geology professor John Warme (Colorado School of Mines) leads a group of geologists to this world famous Eocene paleo-submarine canyon located within the 300 foot La Jolla, California, sea cliffs. Exxon, Chevron, and other oil companies send their geologists to study this classic location where the stratigraphy can be seen and studied in three dimensions. Prof. Warme contrasts the sequence stratigraphic model (the "Exxon" model) with the transgression-regression model of Kennedy as part of his Ph.D dissertation. Both models were proposed independently about the same time (early 1970s) but neither has emerged as dominant.
  • Meditations on the Martian Surface #5 (extended version featuring 54 HiRISE images) Image Credit: NASA/JPL/University of Arizona Production by LE Spry Images shown: 01. Delta in Crater South of Parana Basin (PSP_001388_1565) 02. Mawrth Vallis Layered Terrain (PSP_001388_2035) 03. Gullies-Aprons in North Mid-Latitude Crater, As Seen in MOC Images (PSP_001389_2225) 04. Possible Phoenix Lander Landing Site (PSP_001391_2465) 05. Basal Unit in North Polar Layered Deposits Scarp (PSP_001394_2650) 06. Northern Residual Cap Crater (PSP_001406_2680) 07. Possible Inverted Channel in Filled Crater (PSP_001412_1955) 08. Stratigraphic Section of Chasma Boreale Scarp (PSP_001412_2650) 09. Possible Opportunity Rover Landing Site (PSP_001414_1780) 10. Light-Toned Layered Outcrops South of Ius Chasma, in MOC Image S06-01260 (PSP_001417_1720) 11. Putative North Polar Gypsum Dunes (PSP_001432_2610) 12. Crater with Gullies and Light-Toned Material on South Wall (PSP_001435_1375) 13. Gullies on Very High Dune Slip Face in Russell Crater (PSP_001440_1255) 14. Putative Hematite Site in Capri Chasma (PSP_001442_1675) 15. Exposure of Polar Layered Deposits Not Well Covered by Mars Global Surveyor (PSP_001442_2715) 16. Putative North Polar Gypsum Dunes (PSP_001444_2610) 17. Medusae Fossae Formation Sample (PSP_001446_1790) 18. Possible Phoenix Lander Landing Site (PSP_001451_2505) 19. Chasma Boreale (PSP_001452_2650) 20. Layering in North Polar Layered Deposits (Lower Correlated Sequence) (PSP_001454_2670) 21. Exposure of Polar Layered Deposits Not Well Covered by Mars Global ...
  • BACOG Stratigraphic Model Contact the Barrington Area Council of Governments for more information about the creation and interpolation of this model. BACOG assumes no liability for damages incurred directly or indirectly as a result of errors, omissions, or discrepancies with regard to content in this video.
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  • Barker Minerals Ltd. 2009 Trenching Discovery Video #1 This video is for information purposes only and is not an offer to solicit funds which must only be done under proper regulatory exemptions. New Trenching Discovery Line 53 Area On January 10 2010, the Company reported a new late season 2009 trenching discovery on Line 53N and 22+50W which was an extension across the stratigraphy of the 2008 original Line 53 area trenching and drilling discovery. The new discovery has exposed approximately 75 metres of a highly altered sulphide zone comprised of lenses, pods and blocks of massive sulphide mineralization and further extends the overall width of the Line 53 trenching and drilling mineralized zone. The Line 53N and 22W area is centred on the strongest co-incident multi-element enzyme leach soil anomaly and is near the contact between chargeability highs and resistivity lows, a geophysical pattern which is consistent as a favourable location for the formation of volcanogenic massive sulphide mineralization. A high priority has been given to the L53 trench and drilling discovery area in order to further extend the mineralization in the new trench and also to see it in drill core. The widespread occurrence of footwall-type alteration and mineralization on surface and in drill core affirms the overturned nature of the local stratigraphy, evidenced by results from previous exploration programs. The massive sulphide lenses discovered in the Discovery Trench in 2001 and in the F9 Target trenches in 2007/2009 are considered to exist ...
  • DUG Insight 2.2: Horizon Flattening DUG Insight is a full 2D / 3D seismic interpretation package for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. This tutorial explains stratigraphic flattening. Download a free evaluation at and see what you dig up!
  • When the Mountains Come to You The timing and movement of large rock and soil failure events can be tied to storm cycles but are also subject to other physical phenomena like storm surges, wildfires, earthquakes, and human activities that change the balance of nature. This talk explains debris flow and landslide occurrences and how to prevent them. Subjects will include La Conchita; Laguna Beach, Point Fermin, Rancho Palos Verdes and the slide masses of San Onofre State Beach. John H. Foster, Ph.D., is a professor of Engineering Geology at California State University, Fullerton. In addition to investigations in stratigraphic and sedimentologic studies, Dr. Foster has also served as expert witness in several local and regional court cases involving remedial methods of rock falls in Silverado Canyon and Rancho Palos Verdes homeowner property rights in the area of an ancient landslide.
  • UH Geologist: BP Well Hurricane Threat & Energy Debate Don Van Nieuwenhuise, Ph.D., is currently Director of the Professional Geoscience Programs at the University of Houston. His previous experience includes 18 years with AMOCO in stratigraphic research, stratigraphic applications, and management. His assignments included fields and prospects within the US and in over 40 other countries. Prior to joining the AMOCO Research Center in Tulsa, he was a geologist for MOBIL in New Orleans where he successfully drilled more than 15 exploration, production, and blow-out kill wells. Nieuwenhuise gives us insight into the current efforts to stop the leaking well in the Gulf of Mexico.
  • THE FIGHTING DINOSAUR PAIR — ALLOSAURUS VS STEGOSAURUS This is the first time that these two iconic dinosaurs of the Jurassic have been found together, in remarkable condition, and are available for acquisition with a remarkable amount of data to offer. Their early age give insight into the development and evolution of Jurassic dinosaurs in North America and their association gives them historic scientific significance. Both skeletons contain a majority of original bone and are prepared professionally with minimal restoration; the mounts are also professionally made and the bones are placed in osteologically correct position. An important feature of this pair is that they were professionally collected and documented with full locality and stratigraphic data. The greatest care has been taken to preserve and present the bones with their scientific value and significance uncompromised. This is a rare opportunity to own a unique and prestigious discovery.
  • Walther's Law Sedimentology Concepts #2 Walther's Law: The distribution of environments represented by rocks in a vertical stratigraphic column is related to the distribution of those environments laterally.
  • Mel Chin artist talk (clips 1 and 2) Mel Chin spoke about his art at the opening of the "Close Encounters" show at American University, September 13, 2008. The title of the piece that he made for the show is: 'A magnified CALLOUT representing the stratigraphic sum of all human existence emerging from a bowed one hundred trillion year span from the beginning to the end of time. Illustrating BIG BANG to HEAT/COLD DEATH along with a TRUE VACUUM METASTABILITY DISASTER eradicating the gradient to sustain information. Note: Unspecified creative activity evidence as voids in a sedimentary matrix of redundant and hostile reality.' Graphite and pigment on parchment. 11 x 18 (approx) Date: 2007
  • Glacial Valley near Cody, WY The giant glacial valley showing the entire stratigraphic section of the Big Horn Basin, near Cody, WY.
  • Lecture - 3 Geologic Maps and Stratigraphic Sections Lecture Series on Engineering Geology by basis Roy, Department of Civil Engineering,IITKharagpur.For more Courses visit nptel.iitm.ac.in
  • 5. Climate Change -- isn't it natural? More urban myths about climate change are busted as I look at the Earth's climate over the last 500 million years. What causes it to change? Since carbon dioxide was much higher in the past, why do climatologists say higher CO2 now poses a problem? And of course there's the familiar myth that CO2 can't influence temperatures because the climate was much colder in the past when carbon dioxide levels were much higher. REFERENCES "CO2-forced climate thresholds during the Phanerozoic" -- DL Royer, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, Dec 2006 "Celestial driver of Phanerozoic climate?" -- N. Shaviv and J. Veizer, GSA Today, 2003 "Bathymetric and isotopic evidence for a short-lived late Ordovician glaciation in a greenhouse period" -- Brenchley et al, Geology; April 1994 "Reconciling Late Ordovician (440 Ma) glaciation with very high (14X) CO2 levels" -- CROWLEY TJ ; BAUM SK, Journal of Geophysical Research 1995 "An atmospheric pCO2 threshold for glaciation in the Late Ordovician" -- MT Gibbs et. al, Geology; May 1997 "A weathering hypothesis for glaciation at high atmospheric pCO2 during the Late Ordovician." -- LR Kump et al, Palaeoclimatology alaeogeography Palaeoecology 1999 "Long-lived glaciation in the Late Ordovician? Isotopic and se- quence-stratigraphic evidence from western Laurentia" -- MR Saltzman,SA Young, Geology; February 2005 Graph at 2:28 showing increasing solar output taken from James Imamura at the University of Oregon Dept of Physics, jersey.uoregon.edu "Solar ...
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  • Animals poop while the global flood rages There are many kind of things that are not discussed by YEC's when they defend flood-geology. Can a YEC give an explanation for these phenomenons? References: [1] Sarfati, J., 2003. Same on Charisma! Answersingenesis Ministery. Link: [2] Anonymous, 1996. What the dinosaurs left behind - paleontologist Karen Chin examines fossil dinosaur feces to better understand ecology of their times. Science news, Sept 21th, 1996. Link: [3] Donald B. DeYoung, 2000, Dinosaurs and Creation, Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, p. 93-94 [4] Martin, MA, and JE Pollard, 1996. The Role of Trace Fossil (Ichnofabric) ***ysis in the Development of Depositional Models for the Upper Jurassic Fulmar Formation of the Kittiwake Field (Quadrant 21 UKCS), in Andrew Hurst et al, editors, Geology of the Humber Group: Central Graben and Moray Firth, UKCS, Geological Society Special Publication No. 114, (London: The Geological Society), Fig 6d, p. 176 [5] Groenewald , GH Welman, J. MacEachern, JA, 2001. Vertebrate Burrow Complexes from the Early Triassic Cynognathus Zone (Driekoppen Formation, Beaufort Group) of the Karoo Basin, South Africa, Palaios, 16(2001):148-160, p. 153 [6] Haughton, 1963. Stratigraphic History of Africa South of the Sahara, p. 200-204 [7] (most was inspired by this too) [8] [9] Further readings: Geology: Therapsida: The geological time eras/periods mentioned ...
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  • "Day 87: November 9, 2007 Coronel Moldes to Salta" Magellanic's photos around Salta, Argentina A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Salta, Argentina by TravelPod blogger Magellanic titled "Day 87: November 9, 2007 Coronel Moldes to Salta" Magellanic's travel blog entry: "Day 87: November 9, 2007 Coronel Moldes to Salta-Travels with Toyo III Toyo's alarm and mine went off within seconds of each other at 6:30. Breakfast was ready for us at 7:00. It was just toast and jam. For the same price in Cafayate, we had gotten a full spread a week earlier. I don't recommend this place. We stopped to get water and batteries for my GPS on the way out of town and were at the sanctuary by 9:00. I decided to put my phone, camera, and wallet in my pack in case I fell on the slippery rocks. Walking through the fields and orchards again we found the same guy and his jefe. They gave us some peaches for lunch. Looking at Claudia's notes, I realized that we probably hadn't reached the base of the Neogene but was unsure enough to not go all the way back there to check. That would have to wait until after I consult with her. We went back to where we had left off and began sampling again. Sampling through the Anta Formation went smoothly and I was confident about the sample location in Claudia's stratigraphic column. Around noon, at the top of the Anta, the inevitable happened and I fell in the river. The cool water felt great. It was fairly hot out but a breeze kept us comfortable. The breeze dried me off quickly. I was glad that I had emptied my pockets because everything ...
  • WWE The Corre Meaning and Definition WWE Dictionary WWE The Corre Meaning and Definition WWE Dictionary cor·re·la·tion /ˌkɔrəˈleɪʃən, ˌkɒr-/ Show Spelled [kawr-uh-ley-shuhn, kor-] Show IPA --noun 1. mutual relation of two or more things, parts, etc. 2. the act of correlating or state of being correlated. 3. Statistics . the degree to which two or more attributes or measurements on the same group of elements show a tendency to vary together. 4. Physiology . the interdependence or reciprocal relations of organs or functions. 5. Geology . the demonstrable equivalence, in age or lithology, of two or more stratigraphic units, as formations or members of such.
  • Great Transformations in Life: Insights from Genes & Fossils The tree of life can be a tool of discovery. Armed with a knowledge of the relationships of different taxa and their distribution in the stratigraphic column, we can make predictions about the kinds of creatures yet to be discovered in the fossil record. Often these tools can be used to recover creatures with features that are intermediate between major taxa, such as between fish and limbed animals. Interestingly, a knowledge of the fossil record, when placed in a phylogenetic context, suggests experiments in molecular biology by enabling predictions of the kinds of genes and pattern-forming processes that exist in basal taxa. This ability to use different lines of data as tools to predict discovery in each field is a demonstration of the power of the information contained in the tree of life. darwin-chicago.uchicago.edu
  • Stratigraphy 2 Law of superposition, formations are lithologic, stages basically biostratigraphic, but tied to paleomagnetic reversals, Milankovich cycles, eustatic cycles and sequence stratigraphy. For correlation fossils are best, but well logs aid. Report presentation.
  • da_strong_6_XES_stratigraphic_evolution_strike.mov Nikki Strong and Chris Paola Valleys that never were: time surfaces versus stratigraphic surfaces Journal of Sedimentary Research, v. 78, p. 579-593.
  • Early Man In America ! After excavations in the 1960's, the site became notorious due to geochronologists ***yses that indicated human habitation at Hueyatlaco was dated to 250 ka. The geochronologists claim was largely rejected amongst mainstream archaeologists and anthropologists, who typically date the earliest human habitation of the New World to roughly 15 to 20 ka. Cynthia Irwin-Williams first excavated the site in the 1960's. They dug four strata to excavate the artefact. Virginia S***-McIntyre later wrote and published a paper concerning the dating of the artefacts found. It reported four sophisticated, independent tests: uranium-thorium dating, fission track dating, tephra hydration dating and the studying of mineral weathering to determine the date of the artefacts. Their 1981 paper (Quaternary Research (1981) v. 16, pp. 1-17) suggested that these tests, among others, validated a date of 250 ka for the Hueyatlaco artefacts. Later ***yses conducted by bio-stratigraphic researcher, Sam VanLandingham, were concordant with the radiometric ***yses conducted earlier. The professional report, categorizing the findings at Hueyatlaco, was delayed for years. When it was finally published in 1981 it met widespread criticism. S***-McIntyre argues that her findings were rejected not on their failings or merits, but because her critics engaged in circular reasoning. The centre of the debate is whether the Clovis people were the earliest human inhabitants of the Americas or whether there was a ...
  • da_strong_8_XES_02_stratigraphy_strike.mov Nikki Strong and Chris Paola Valleys that never were: time surfaces versus stratigraphic surfaces Journal of Sedimentary Research, v. 78, p. 579-593.
  • Meltdown Humanitys Meltdown Farewell to the Holocene Our world, our old world that we have inhabited for the last 12000 years, has ended, even if no newspaper in North America or Europe has yet printed its scientific obituary. This February, while cranes were hoisting cladding to the 141st floor of the Burj Dubai tower (which will soon be twice the height of the Empire State Building), the Stratigraphy Commission of the Geological Society of London was adding the newest and highest story to the geological column. The London Society is the worlds oldest association of Earth scientists, founded in 1807, and its Commission acts as a college of cardinals in the adjudication of the geological time-scale. Stratigraphers slice up Earths history as preserved in sedimentary strata into hierarchies of eons, eras, periods, and epochs marked by the golden spikes of mass extinctions, speciation events, and abrupt changes in atmospheric chemistry. In geology, as in biology or history, periodization is a complex, controversial art and the most bitter feud in nine***th-century British science — still known as the Great Devonian Controversy — was fought over competing interpretations of homely Welsh Graywackes and English Old Red Sandstone. More recently, geologists have feuded over how to stratigraphically demarcate ice age oscillations over the last 2.8 million years. Some have never accepted that the most recent inter-glacial warm interval — the Holocene — should be distinguished as an epoch ...
  • Stephen Purves of ffA on Revolutionizing the Search for New Oil and Gas Fields With depleting oil and gas fields around the world, newer fields have to be found. We cannot afford to speculatively drill as it is not only expensive but it also harms the environment. Now oil and gas companies are relying heavily on surface seismic data acquisition/interpretation which poses a tremendous technical challenge in raw data management and compute processing. Finding the fields is quicker, easier and more interactive with the compute processing capability of Tesla powered by CUDA.

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  • “The Standard Geologic Column is a time stratigraphic composite of stratigraphic intervals described in Europe. within even the most "complete" stratigraphic sequences, something that seems to be”
    — Standard Geologic Column,

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  • “1. First locate your top ("superface") and bottom ("subface") grid models for each stratigraphic unit. These can be created using th”
    — Manually building a stratigraphic model with pinch - RockWare,

  • “Each post is a distinct sedimentation event in the stratigraphic column. So, let's do some very basic stratigraphic ***yses of my blog. First, a more objective quantitative look of something we can measure. The plot below shows the number of posts per month”
    — The stratigraphy of my blog #1: A look back on one year of,

  • “Xiphactinus - New stratigraphic record News: Following the discussion on the forum, I've expanded the subject matter to include other marine reptiles”
    — Xiphactinus - New stratigraphic record,

  • “This presentation will focus on the seismic stratigraphic and seismic geomorphologic expression of deep-water Seismic stratigraphic and seismic geomorphologic ***ytical techniques and workflows will also be addressed in the course of this”
    — AAPG Learn! Blog " Seismic Stratigraphy for Deepwater Systems,

  • “As an example, I have prepared (or more honestly, made my computer do it) a HTML version of the International Stratigraphic Chart 2009. 1 Thus, I've only recently found out from a blog post on Astrodicticum simplex that Article 131, paragraph 2”
    — EffJot - Geology, stupidity, cooking, and more,

  • “Stratigraphic Correlation in the Afar Depression, Ethiopia. Prof. Beverly Saylor and Josh to Ethiopia to determine stratigraphic relationships between sites bearing fossils”
    — Department of Geological Sciences, blog.case.edu

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