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A Geology and Earth Science Podcast. Join Chris, an award-winning geology teacher, and Jesse, a geoscience professor, in discussing the amazing features of our planet and their impact on your everyday life. No prior knowledge required. New episodes coming at you every week. Listen, subscribe, share with someone you know!
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Like it or not, geology is everywhere. Whether it be deep on the ocean floor, high in the Andes, or in your backyard. As field geologists, we often pine for expeditions in remote places and foreign countries. But there is often amazing geology right in our backyards. Don’t let the Kentucky Bluegrass and your mother’s geraniums fool you. There is exciting geology even in your backyard. In this podcast we explore the amazing discoveries and geologic events that happened right in someone’s back ...
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What moves the continents, creates mountains, swallows up the sea floor, makes volcanoes erupt, triggers earthquakes, and imprints ancient climates into the rocks? Oliver Strimpel, a former astrophysicist and museum director asks leading researchers to divulge what they have discovered and how they did it. To learn more about the series, and see images that support the podcasts, go to geologybites.com. Instagram: @GeologyBites Twitter: @geology_bites Email: geologybitespodcast@gmail.com
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Cheers for making it to this podcast about Geology! This podcast is first intended so I could listen and hear vocabulary but will eventually branch out into in depth topics in the field of geology.
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James the Geologist and Bryan Baggins dive deeper into various geological topics with rock hammers in one hand and a whiskey on the rocks in the other. Grab a drink, take a seat, and enjoy the conversation with our hosts and esteemed guests. Stay cool, tune in, and keep it on the rocks! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/geology-on-the-rocks/support
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A brief introduction on the Geology of Nigeria series, this podcast series discusses the Geology of Nigeria, and all it's litho-petrological units, Mineral resources of Nigeria and where to locate them and other fun facts about Nigeria and the laws governing mining in Nigeria. Gold, Gemstones, Ore Minerals, Petroleum.
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Interested in Geology? Unable to make it to the Lecture Series put on by the W&M Geology Department? Well, you came to the right place! In a co-operative agreement between the PNWM and the W&M Geology Department, all of the Lectures from the Geology Lecture Series will be put up in this Podcast, as long as the speaker allows!
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Learn all the basics of geology in our new conversational textbook - campGEO! Available here: geo.campcourses.com Like, Subscribe, and leave us a Rating! —————————————————— Instagram: @planetgeocast Twitter: @planetgeocast Facebook: @planetgeocast Support us: https://planetgeocast.com/support-us Email: planetgeocast@gmail.com Website: https://plane…
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Learn all the basics of geology in our new conversational textbook - campGEO! Available here: geo.campcourses.com Here is a link to the paper we discuss in this episode: In this episode, we talk about meandering streams. Why don't rivers flow in straight paths? As soon as a river flattens out, it begins to meander. It’s these meanders that manage t…
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Learn all the basics of geology in our new conversational textbook - campGEO! Available here: geo.campcourses.com In this episode, we talk about meandering streams. Why don't rivers flow in straight paths? As soon as a river flattens out, it begins to meander. It’s these meanders that manage the energy of the water. How? They really do 2 things: 1-…
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Learn all the basics of geology in our new conversational textbook - campGEO! Available here: geo.campcourses.com In this episode, we interview author Andrew Alden. He wrote Deep Oakland: How Geology Shaped a City. This book is a wonderful read and it offers a unique lens in which to view a city. Jesse and Chris both think that this idea should bec…
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Learn all the basics of geology in our new conversational textbook - campGEO! Available here: geo.campcourses.com Today, we answer some listener questions in what we call "office hours". We each chose a question for the other to answer. We did not know what questions we would be asked so our answers were on the fly. Jesse asks Chris a question from…
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In this episode of Backyard Geology, Serena takes you to the Jack Hills in western Australia to peer 4.39 billion years into the past. Detrital zircon grains found in the rocks of the Jack Hills are the oldest known materials existing on Earth today. Their chemical makeup preserves Earth’s oldest and most elusive Eon, the […]…
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Learn all the basics of geology in our new conversational textbook - campGEO! Available here: geo.campcourses.com Join us today as we discuss one of the more important ancient rock formations - Banded Iron Formations or otherwise known as BIF's in the geologic community. Wherever found, they provide us with Iron ore - some of the best on the planet…
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In a recent episode, Nadja Drabon spoke about newly discovered zircon crystals that formed during the late Hadean and early Archean, when the Earth was between 500 million and a billion years old. The zircons revealed information about processes occurring in the Earth’s nascent crust, casting light on when and how modern-day plate tectonics may hav…
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Learn all the basics of geology in our new conversational textbook - campGEO! Available here: geo.campcourses.com In this episode, we take on the topic of Barrier Islands. This is a very relevant topic because recent storms have devastated some of these Islands. The intersection between geology and humans is always an interesting topic. Barrier Isl…
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In this episode of Backyard Geology, Serena takes you to the Semail Ophiolite. The small mountains on the northern coast of Oman once resided at the bottom of an ocean, before being uplifted onto land. Here, the igneous stratigraphy of the ocean crust is perfectly preserved, proving a standard for geologists to study. A special […]…
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Learn all the basics of geology in our new conversational textbook - campGEO! Available here: geo.campcourses.com In this episode, Chris and Jesse give a live talk at Grand Valley State University. We were invited to speak by the student chapter of the AAPG - American Association of Petroleum Geologists. They were interested in hearing our "story" …
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Learn all the basics of geology in our new conversational textbook - campGEO! Available here: geo.campcourses.com We hope you enjoy, and as usual please send us any questions you have! Like, Subscribe, and leave us a Rating! Like, Subscribe, and leave us a Rating! —————————————————— Instagram: @planetgeocast Twitter: @planetgeocast Facebook: @plane…
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In this episode of Backyard Geology, Serena takes you to the Galapagos Islands. Here, helium isotopes and the observations of Charles Darwin tell the tales of evolution, both in terms of geology and ecology respectively. As an isolated group of ocean islands, the Galapagos became the perfect place to observe the fine details of evolution. […]…
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Episode 47 We dare you to say ‘Ice Aged Ice Sheets’ five times fast. But first, in this episode, the GotR Gang dive into all things Glaciers, brrrr. Glaciers and Glaciation, generally speaking, covers the formation, features, effects, and causes of glaciation events on Earth. Ice sheets and alpine glaciers are described, including their movement an…
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Learn all the basics of geology in our new conversational textbook - campGEO! Available here: geo.campcourses.com In this episode, Chris and Jesse give a live talk at Grand Valley State University. We were invited to speak by the student chapter of the AAPG - American Association of Petroleum Geologists. They were interested in hearing our "story" …
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In 2011, a massive earthquake struck off the eastern coast of Japan. The destructive power of the earthquake was amplified by a giant tsunami that swept ashore, killing over 15,000 people. A major cause of the tsunami was the 50-m slip along the plate boundary fault between the subducting Pacific plate and the overriding North American plate. Patri…
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Learn all the basics of geology in our new conversational textbook - campGEO! Available here: geo.campcourses.com Today, we talk about Rocks and climate. Specifically, we discuss the ways that ancient rocks would have interacted with our ancient atmosphere. We begin by talking a little about the Carbon Cycle and how it's affected by plate tectonics…
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In this episode of Backyard Geology, Serena takes you to Scotland where foundations for modern geology were laid. In the late 18th century, naturalists seeking to explain the landscapes around them started to propose radical ideas about the origins of rocks and the cycling of Earth’s materials. Tune in to hear about the people, places […]…
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Episode 46! Welcome to Season 5 of Geology on the Rocks! We have special guest Geoarcheologis Dr. David Rachal in this episode to discuss all things balls. Through his research, Dave uses his balls of choice, Ruppia cirrhosa (Ruppia) seeds, to better constrain megafauna footprints in southern New Mexico along the ancient shorelines of the Paleolake…
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Learn all the basics of geology in our new conversational textbook - campGEO! Available here: geo.campcourses.com Today, Jesse has a bone to pick with Chris. After he gets some issues off his chest, we tackle the topics of Internal Dynamics and Plate Tectonics. Specifically: What is the interior structure of the Earth? Chemistry/ physical behavior …
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Learn all the basics of geology in our new conversational textbook - campGEO! Available here: geo.campcourses.com Rock Man Ethan is a geoscience communicator and producer of the What's Inside That Rock video series - you can find Ethan on all the social media channels (TikTok, Instagram, Twitter) @rockmanethan. Make sure to check him out! We hope y…
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In this episode of Backyard Geology, Serena takes you to Iceland to see the early stages of geologic succession in action. As one of the youngest nations in the world, geologically speaking, of course, Iceland showcases fresh geologic processes as an active volcanic island. Tune in to learn about what makes Iceland a great place […]…
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Learn all the basics of geology in our new conversational textbook - campGEO! Available here: geo.campcourses.com New minerals are being 'discovered' every year, and there are press articles about them all the time! In this episode we go behind the scenes and dive into what it takes to name a mineral, where new minerals are being found, and why it'…
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Romain Jolivet studies active faults and the relative motion of tectonic plates. His research focuses on the relationship between slow, aseismic slip that occurs “silently” between earthquakes and the rapid slip accompanying earthquakes. As he describes in the podcast, he uses interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) images from radar satel…
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Learn all the basics of geology in our new conversational textbook - campGEO! Available here: geo.campcourses.com We hope you enjoy! Like, Subscribe, and leave us a Rating! Like, Subscribe, and leave us a Rating! —————————————————— Instagram: @planetgeocast Twitter: @planetgeocast Facebook: @planetgeocast Support us: https://planetgeocast.com/suppo…
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In this episode of Backyard Geology, Serena takes you 80 degrees north to the archipelago of Svalbard. Here, the cryosphere speaks to the effects of global warming and researchers can observe our changing world. As a change from our usual programing, it’s what sits on top of the rocks that is the hot topic, or, […]…
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Learn all the basics of geology in our new conversational textbook - campGEO! Available here: geo.campcourses.com In this episode, we tackle the issue of when plate tectonics started on Earth and why this is an important question. This is a large part of Jesse's research so he has a lot to say. In order to address this question, we first discuss so…
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The geological record shows that the Earth’s carbon cycle suffered over 30 major disruptions during the Phanerozoic. Some of the biggest ones were accompanied by mass extinctions. Dan Rothman analyzed these disruptions to find a pattern governing their magnitude and duration. As he explains in the podcast, this pattern is suggestive of a non-linear…
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