geology

Richat Structure: A topographic reconstruction scaled 6 to1 on the vertical axis from satellite photos. False colouring as follows: Brown bedrock, Yellow or white sand, Green vegetation, Blue salty sediments

Podcast Episode 85 l The Eye of the Sahara

Podcast Episode 85 is on The Eye of the Sahara, a geological structure found in the Saharan part of Mauritania in Africa.

Subdivision of the Triassic according to the ICS, as of 2021

Podcast Episode 84 l When it rained for two million years: Carnian Pluvial Event

Podcast Episode 84 is on When it rained for two million years, known as the Carnian Pluvial Event

Image of the Richat Structure, Eye of the Sahara, from the International Space Station, 17 December 2011

Meet the Eye of the Sahara

A structure known as the Eye of the Sahara is an ancient circular geological formation in the Sahara Desert. This intriguing phenomenon is known as the Richat Structure or Guel er Richat in Arabic and...

Image of ancient Earth with lightening and rain

The Carnian Pluvial Event

The Carnian Pluvial Event - A 2-Million-Year Period of Rain that Shaped Earth's History and may have facilitated the rise of the dinosaurs.

The geology of Earth's Southern Hemisphere has bee mapped in extremely high-resolution by scientists. It reveals a previously undiscovered ancient ocean floor 2,900 km (1,800 miles) below the surface that may wrap around the core. Seismic waves from earthquakes in the southern hemisphere were used to sample the structure along the Earth's core-mantle boundary. Image: Edward Garnero and Mingming Li/Arizona State University

An ancient ocean floor is wrapped around the Earth’s core

The geology of Earth’s Southern Hemisphere has bee mapped in extremely high-resolution by scientists. It reveals a previously undiscovered ancient ocean floor 2,900 km (1,800 miles) below the su...

Giant's Causeway Northern Ireland

Where giants walked – Giant’s Causeway Northern Ireland l Video

New video Where giants walked, on the Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland. Huge basalt column's in the northern coast, created by volcanic activity.

Alexander von Humboldt painted by Joseph Karl Stieler

Podcast Episode 3 | Alexander von Humboldt, a scientist you’ve never heard of

On our history podcast we feature a very influential scientist that you may never have heard of Alexander von Humboldt. Humboldt penguin is named after him.

Podcast Episode 2 | Turning CO2 into rocks

Turning carbon emissions into rocks. How CarbFix utilises the ability to capture CO2 emissions and turns them into subsurface carbonate mineral.

VLOG Episode 1 | Transforming CO2 into Rocks

Interview with a scientist working on a revolutionary new technique to transform carbon emissions into rocks being tested in Iceland by Carbfix. This will help with fixing CO2 emissions.

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