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10 of the Best Learning Geology Photos of 2016

A picture is worth a thousand words, but not all pictures are created equal. The pictures we usually feature onLearning…

Siccar Point - the world's most important geological site and the birthplace of modern geology

Siccar Point  is world-famous as the most important unconformity described by James Hutton (1726-1797) in support of hi…

Banded-iron formations (BIFs) - Evidence of Oxygen in Early Atmosphere

Our knowledge about the rise of oxygen gas in Earth’s atmosphere comes from multiple lines of evidence in the rock reco…

Geologic Contacts

2. Intrusive contacts are those where one rock has intruded another 3. Fault contacts are those where rocks come into…

Equipment for Geological Field Work

Following is a list of all system that is probably to be needed in the field: 1. Adhesive tape 2. Aerial pictures 3. Al…

"Why I left Electrical Engineering and choose Geology?" with Rana Faizan

When I was studying in the 8 th grade, my father had a wish to make me an Electrical Engineer. Honestly speaking at th…

Recorded Live-Virtual field tour of Cajon, California and the San Andreas Fault

Recorded Live-Virtual discipline excursion of Cajon, California and the San Andreas Fault: This "Live-Virtual Fiel…

Explore Fascinating Geology of Lofoten Islands, Norway

What started out as a simple fun journey with some buddies to Lofoten Islands in northern Norway, just became a unique …