I'm a geologist and during my research on glaciers I became interested in history and the development of geological concepts in time.
Collector spend $10,370 for sedimentary structure (Geology wins again) news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/07/1…
@gloverkatherine "There can't be good living where there is not good drinking" Benjamin Franklin
RT @Jamie_Woodward_: Bärenschliffe: Polished rock surfaces caused by passing bears rubbing their fur along cave walls #IceAge Learn more: geo.auth.gr/12icbs/proceed…
Free preview of "The Geography of Beer" (2014) tinyurl.com/nq4qx58 & geology also important for beer (but still no book about it ;(
A Study in Volcanics: 5 Reasons You Gotta Visit Mount Baker tinyurl.com/p7eu7e9
@Protohedgehog In first pictures it looks almost like a Klingon blade weapon!
Site dedicated to pioneering engineer and stratigraphist William "Strata" Smith williamsmithonline.com/index.html
July 28, 1840: Happy Birthday Edward Drinker Cope pic.twitter.com/L4Il9vOX6i
RT @bhgross144: #OTD 1840: Prolific paleontologist Edward D. Cope was born. Many of his specimens are still in the @AcadNatSci's collections. #histisci
RT @clasticdetritus: a plate tectonics comic book! nostarch.com/tectonicscomic I haven't read or looked at, but seems like a great idea
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