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GSA Today Study Documents Rare Early Jurassic Corals from North America
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GSA Today Study Documents Rare Early Jurassic Corals from Nort...

Geological Society of America, The (GSA) Mass extinction events punctuate the evolution of marine environments, and recovery biotas paved the way for major biotic changes. Understanding the responses of marine organisms in the post-extinction ... Alpha Galileo, 1 week ago

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BMAPA publishes regional brochures on geological evolution of coastlines

The British Marine Aggregate Producers Association (BMAPA) the representative body for the marine aggregate sector and The Crown Estate (as the marine mineral owner) have been working in partnership to produce a series of regional brochures to ...
 Dredging News Online2 months ago

The wonder of north Kerry's marine life

Rattoo Heritage Society launches its pilot eco-tourism geological survey 0 Comments Share The chief sponsor of a pilot project examining the fascinating marine life that existed along the North Kerry coastline up to 350 million years ago ...
 Kerryman2 months ago
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AFP Kiwis to create whale-sized marine sanctuary

The Kermadec area is home to thousands of important species, including whales. Source: Supplied New Zealand has unveiled plans to create a South Pacific marine sanctuary the size of France, saying it would protect one of the world's most pristine ...
 Northern Territory News1 week ago New Zealand makes strides in marine protection with new sanctuary  Christian Science Monitor1 week ago New Zealand Marine Sanctuary Covers 240K Square Miles of Sea  NewsMax.com1 week ago Marine sanctuary to protect volcanic arc  Oman Observer1 week ago
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An Ancient Volcanic Collapse Triggered an 800 Foot Tsunami Wave

Scientists have just uncovered one of the largest tsunami events in the geologic record, and naturally, it started with an epic splash. 73,000 years ago, the eastern flank of Cape Verde's Fogo volcano collapsed into the sea, kicking up an 800-foot ...
 Gizmodo India4 days ago
Melbourne Age

Government marine science ship hired out to search for oil and gas

A prized $120 million CSIRO ship built to study marine science has been hired out to international energy giants Chevron and BP to help them search for oil and gas in the Great Australian Bight. Under the deal the ship Investigator is to spend two ...
 Melbourne Age1 week ago CSIRO marine research ship hired to oil and gas companies BP and Chevron  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago Marine science ship hired out to search for oil  Melbourne Age1 week ago CSIRO research vessel chartered by BP and Chevron  AG Adjacent Government1 week ago
Sydney Morning Herald

First digital map of seafloor reveals kaleidoscope of diversity

The Earth's seafloor is far more diverse than previously thought, with the first digital map of the planet's deep sea geological seascape revealing a kaleidoscope of diversity. It is only the second map of the seafloor, which covers 70 per cent of ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago
Hydrocarbon Online

Ecopetrol Announces Important Hydrocarbon Discovery In Colombian Caribbean Ultra-Deepwater

Presence of hydrocarbons at a depth of 3720 meters (12200 feet) was verified at Kronos-1 well, proving proposed geological model. The Kronos discovery is of great significance for Colombian offshore exploration, confirming the high prospectivity ...
 Hydrocarbon Online2 months ago
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Study: Climate Change Will Force Marine Species to Move

As the world's oceans warm in response to climate change, marine species are relocating — generally toward the poles — in pursuit of water temperatures that suit them. A new paper by a group of 10 scientists affiliated with UC Santa Barbara's ...
 Laboratory Equipment1 month ago No Plan B for oceans, says study  Himalayan Times2 months ago Climate: No 'Plan B' for oceans, says study  AFP2 months ago The climate change consensus extends beyond climate scientists [Greg Laden's Blog]  Before It's News2 weeks ago
The Press NZ

Government off course in Kermadecs, says tuna fishing leader Charles Hufflett

Among the diverse geological features of the Kermadec Ocean Sanctuary are black smoker hydrothermal vents Last week without warning the Prime Minister announced the creation of a marine sanctuary twice the size of New Zealand around the ...
 The Press NZ23 hours ago Kermadec plan criticised  Sunday Star-Times22 hours ago Among most pristine places on Earth  Sunday Star-Times1 week ago Kermadec sanctuary has world's second deepest trench, 30 underwater volcanoes  Dominion Post1 week ago
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