" It was nearly noon when I arrived at the top of the ascent. For some time I sat upon the rock that overlooks the sea of ice. A mist covered both that and the surrounding mountains.
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The German naturalist F. W. H. Alexander von Humboldt (born September 14, 1769-1859) is remembered as great geographer and explorer (maybe his name is even the most common on topographic maps), but his early education focused on mining engineering (and economy, as wished by his mother) and he made some important contributions to geology, for [...]
The parasite is discovered when spores are released from rock samples collected by a robot - named " Mulder:" ... I found several references to a subterranean organism."Scully: "What are you talking about?"Mulder: "An unknown organism, existing within the volcano.
The eruption of Mount Asama in Japan in the year 1783 was among the strongest in recent history. It is rarely mentioned, however there survives plenty of contemporary documentation, most hosted nowadays in the collection of the Asama Volcanological Observatory (AVO), and Mount Asama is also one of the best monitored volcanoes since 1934.
Awful Changes. " The caricature by De la Beche of Charles Lyell as Prof. Ichthyosaurus on the pages of Francis Trevelyan Buckland (Son of William B.). "Curiosities of Natural History".
Thanks' to the meticulous work of the naturalists we have a large amount of eyewitness reports of the landsl ide and its aftermath, and can reconstruct in great detail the catastrophe. Vicar G. Ott from Goldau in his 1906, 100 years after the catastrophe realized book " Goldau und der Bergsturz v.
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