In this episode, host Andrew Geary speaks with John Hudson and Bill Abriel on the upcoming Energy in Data Conference. The conference will take place in Austin, Texas from 17-19 June. Powered by AAPG, SEG, and SPE, this forward-looking conference will include the latest in digital transformation trends as they relate to the energy sector (topics such as machine learning and data management storage), oil & gas development and drilling, production, and more.
Solo el 16% de la energía que fue liberada por el sismo M = 7 se convirtió en ondas sísmicas, que son responsables por el daño. Sin embargo, el sismo produjo la sacudida de roca madre más fuerte jamás registrada. Si más de su energía se hubiera transformado en ondas, su efecto habría sido mucho mayor.
The magnitude 7.1 earthquake, which struck Mexico City on 19 September 2017, caused devastation in the city and its surroundings. 369 people died, 57 buildings collapsed, and a much larger number was seriously damaged.
Jack Boyland is a “freelance” (avocational) paleontologist in New Jersey, who through his field work and discoveries has improved our understanding of the fossil record there. He is affiliated with the Delaware Valley Paleontological Society and the Morris Museum in Morristown, New Jersey. We are pleased to present this interview with him, in which he shares his enthusiasm for all things paleontological.
sechron (se'-chron). The maximum interval of geologic time occupied by a given depositional sequence, defined at the points where the boundaries of the sequence change laterally from unconformities to conformities along which there is no significant hiatus (Mitchum, 1977, p.210).
On 11 March, AGU issued the following statement from Executive Director/CEO Chris McEntee “AGU Responds to White House’s Budget Proposal for FY 2020.” Click here to read the full statement. Make your voice heard on this critically important issue by reaching out to your member of Congress today to tell them how valuable science is their community and across the nation, and why they should support a fiscal year 2020 budget proposal that includes strong investments in science.
The International Geoscience Programme (IGCP) recently held their annual open meeting at UNESCO, reviewing progress in 2018 and announcing their latest funded projects. Joel Gill* reports on this meeting, introducing the IGCP and sharing thoughts on how to craft a successful application. Continue reading →