Archive for "Outreach"

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Rock Archive

The evolution of Earth’s atmosphere

Learn more about how the Earth's atmosphere evolved through time at Rock Archive!

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Rock Archive

What is – the Atmosphere?

What is [geology] is a blog series where we address key vocabularies in the field of geology (i.e., a study of the history of the Earth and other planets). We explore the word [Atmosphere] today.

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Online viewers at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
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Johnny White

Being a Distinguished Lecturer during the Pandemic Times

Early 2020 I received a very kind email inviting me to be the EAG Distinguished Lecturer, which involved giving talks in Eastern and Central Europe. That was the original plan. Then the pandemic began

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Figure 1. These limestone beds at the coast of Estonia formed during the Ordovician period (485.4 – 443.8 million years ago), when limestone deposition was wide spread across all continents (image credit: Rock Archive).
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Rock Archive

Rock archive: How rocks can tell us about the Earth’s past

The main tool in reconstructing Earth’s environmental history is – rocks! In order to explore the 'rock archive,' we must first understand what kind of stories different types of rocks can tell us!

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Rock Archive

Welcome to Rock Archive: A new outreach blog

Rock Archive is an outreach blog that communicates to the public about the current state of knowledge on Earth’s past and present environments.

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Invited contribution

Outreach in Africa: Prof. Hasnaa Chennaoui Aoudjehane visits Mauritania and Egypt

It was a great pleasure for me to be offered the opportunity to participate in the prestigious Outreach program of the European Association of Geochemistry (EAG) and the Geochemical Society (GS)

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Invited contribution

Axel Hofmann’s 2017 EAG-GS Outreach Program to Africa

As part of the 2017 EAG-GS Outreach Program to Africa I travelled to Earth Science departments in Ghana, Ethiopia, Tanzania, and Nigeria to give a 3-day short course on Early Earth Life and Mineral

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