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- How to go about mining in Nova Scotia?
- Mining Association of Nova Scotia (MANS): Bullying, Propaganda, and a complete disregard for threatened natural habitats.
- “Canadian company @Recon_Africa drills for oil in the Okavango delta watershed”
- Do’s and Don’ts / Save Owl’s Head
- The rape of our lands / Save Owl’s Head
Blogs I Follow
- Critical Angle
- health • budget • planet
- Shaw Sedimentology and Stratigraphy Laboratory at the University of Arkansas
- Paige Madison
- 210 Main Solar
- Deep Climate
- Ancient Shore
- Watershed Moments: Thoughts from the Hydrosphere
- The Geological Society of London Blog
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Tag Archives: MiqMaq
A no-brainer for every earth scientist: time travel!
Because this is a WordPress blog, I receive the weekly WordPress writing challenges, which are all about encouraging and helping aspiring fiction writers, which I am not. However, this week’s challenge is irresistible – Time Travel! This is the challenge … Continue reading
Posted in General geoscience, Nova Scotia Tagged Canada, Chixculub, Deccan Traps, DPChallenge, extinction, Glooscap, Holocene sea level rise, Ice Age, K-T extinction, Minas Basin, MiqMaq, Quaternary, tides, time travel 1 Comment