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I blog about any topic in geology that happens to catch my interest. My main goal is to allow the average reader to access and understand complex geoscience topics that most people do not encounter in high school or university.
This month the Accretionary Wedge is being hosted by Charles Carrigan at Earth-like Planet. It is the 48th edition of AW and the topic is "Geoscience and Technology". The technology used by geoscientists has matured over the centuries. It began simply, with compasses, maps, sketchpads and pencils. However, now it has entered into a digital world in which geology is practised with satellites, lasers and instruments with all sorts of fancy sounding acronyms such as ICP-MS, LA-I........ Read more »
A review and interpretation of an article presenting data on the fallout of iodine-131, cesium-134 and cesium-137 in North America. The data is also compared to fallout from Chernobyl and CNSC limits on drinking water.... Read more »
Wetherbee, G. A., Gay, D. A., Debey, T. M., Lehmann, C. M. B., . (2012) Wet Depostion of Fission Product Isotopes to North America Released from the Fukushima Dai-ichi Incident, March 2011. Environmental Science and Technology. info:/
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