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Sun setting on the Celtic Sea and B-C Transect 4

By James Scourse

The first of the BRITICE-CHRONO marine transects (transect 4, Celtic Sea) was completed late on Saturday evening. It has been hugely successful – the result of unbelievably excellent weather and sea state, detailed planning and effective delivery by a great team. 931 more words

Briticechrono

Wake Up!

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Geophysics

Earthquakes and Jetstreams and Pulsed Microwave Radars and a Little Fracking (OH My)

Bethany does a great job explaining that she is seeing a link between one of the Doppler Microwave Radar Reflections in Oklahoma and the 5.1 Earthquake that occurred in 2011.  176 more words

Geophysics

Avebury Dig 2014- Day 5

We’re making good progress in Trench 2 (the trench we first opened in 2013). So, refreshed from their day off, yesterday the team set to work on Trench 1. 198 more words

Avenue Dig

That's a lot of Friggin' Radars

frig·ging

ˈfrigən,-iNG/

adjective & adverb

informal

adjective: friggin’; adverb: friggin

used for emphasis or to express anger, annoyance, contempt, or surprise.

“I cried like a frigging baby when I found out how much electromagnetic radiation we were pulsing 24/7″ 55 more words

Geophysics

"Laughin' Fool Blues"

It’s midsummer, and time to hear from Doc Snow, and some “Laughin’ Fool Blues”.

Climate