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email@example.comVibrations from Tuesday’s earthquake in central Virginia were felt along the East Coast thanks to the “old and cold” geology of the region, an expert said Wednesday. Gavin Hayes, a research seismologist with the U.S. Geological Survey...
The Arroyos & Foothills Conservancy has planned an ambitious schedule of weekly Saturday hikes this fall, looking into the history and features of many of the area's hiking trails. Docent-led hikes will cover a range of topics, including local history,...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Arts and Culture, Science, History
Geology professor continues 'Renfrew Rocks!' programs Jeri Jones, geology professor and consultant, continues his annual "Renfrew Rocks!" series of programs on Thursday, March 24 at 7 p.m. in the visitors center at Renfrew Park. Admission is free and...
CRYSTAL COVE STATE PARK Backcountry Hike: 9 a.m. Saturday. Enjoy a guided winter 3- to 5-mile backcountry hike. Meet at the El Moro Visitor Center (from Coast Highway, turn inland at stoplight for School-State Park). $15 day-use parking fee Historic...
An engineer at the University of Kentucky has dusted off an old idea two of his former colleagues had and turned it into a modern geological map going from Winchester to Ashland on Interstate 64. The map identifies natural or artificial rock...
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Baltimore Sun reporterJohn Mackenzie Wilson, who mapped the Eastern Shore for the Maryland Geological Survey, died of a lung disease, idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, July 3 at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The Fells Point resident was 57. Born in Salisbury,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterJoshua Tree National Park "Whoso walketh in solitude, and inhabiteth the wood . . . into that forester shall pass . . . power and grace." -- Ralph Waldo Emerson But what if I snap my ankle? Or blow a cardiac gasket? Or fall or get stuck on a mountain...
Of The Morning CallThe renewal of a center city Allentown lot into a minor league hockey arena for the Phantoms may well rest in the hands of surrounding property owners, a major development firm and the notorious rock formation that nixed a previous arena and felled a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDrive through Washington County and you're bound to see limestone boulders poking up in farm fields or tilted and folded rock layers in road cuts. Do you ever wonder what is under the blanket of soil and vegetation draped over everything? This question...
Special To The SunThe Great Falls of the Potomac may not have the instant name recognition of, say, Niagara Falls. But each year, about 3 million people visit this series of rapids and cascades along the Potomac River, where the rushing water and varied topography make...
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Special to Tribune Newspapers"The World in Half" By Cristina Henriquez Penguin Group, 2009, 305 pages Tales about lost fathers in literature often end in extremes, with the fathers turning out to be dramatic cads or pining, altruistic souls who believed their children were better...
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Fox59Seismologists are having a field day analyzing the data from the earthquake. "You can see where the ink was flying off on either side," said IU Professor Michael Hamburger, pointing to a graph. The needle started shaking at 7:55 a.m. It was recorded...
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