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Antique Natural  History Geology Print, 1940s, rocks earth minerals

The Crumpling And Wearing Of The Earth ~ original antique bookplate illustration by G F Morrell circa This illustration bookplate was

Capas geológicas

Capas geológicas

Geology: the ages of the Earth and details of types of stone. Lithograph by Bethmont, 1911

Geology: the ages of the Earth and details of types of stone. Lithograph by…

The Scarlet Letter (Kindle Edition)By Nathaniel Hawthorne

"If truth were everywhere to be shown, a scarlet letter would blaze on many a bosom." The Scarlet Letter - Nathaniel Hawthorn

Progressive formation of an asymmetric fold evolving into a thrust with related ramp anticline.  #ScienzeGeologichePage

Texas Bureau of Economic Geology: The Big Bend of the Rio Grande: A Guide to the Rocks, Geologic History, and Settlers of the Area of Big Bend National Park (Geology, Place Names, and Legends)

Asymmetrical Folds | open folds. 2. Asymmetrical fold, open. 3. Asymmetrical fold ...

The folds and flexures which we have so far examined are those which affect the strata at the surface or at comparatively moderate depths.

1.7-Billion-Year-Old Chunk of North America Found Sticking to Australia

1.7-Billion-Year-Old Chunk of North America Found Sticking to Australia

An idealized section of earth´s crust, from Emile With “L´Ecorce terrestre” (1874), showing the stratigraphic order of the sediments deposited during various geological epochs. Magmatic and other metamorphic rocks are found mostly at the base, only some rare and localized volcanic vents bring molten rocks near the surface of earth

In 1820 the Italian engineer Count Giuseppe Marzari-Pencati published a short article about the stratigraphic succession found near the small village of Predazzo.

Fall out from several episodes of activity at Chimborazo volcano Ecuador

Best road cut ever? Fall out from several episodes of activity at Chimborazo volcano, Ecuador

Here’s a look at the five major extinction events of epochs past, and a glimpse at the sixth one we might be causing right now.

Earth’s Worst Mass Murderers: Oxygen, Volcanoes… And Humans? Mass-Extinctions Infographic, World Science Festival

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