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Recovery: 120 hires for engineers and geologists at Mims

(ANSA) - ROME, JUL 31 - The public competition notice for the recruitment of 120 full-time and permanent engineers and geologists to be employed in the staff of the Ministry of Infrastructures and Sustainable Mobility, in the central and peripheral offices, has been published in the Official Journal. The competition, announced in recent days by Minister EnricoGiovannini, responds to the need to retrain the administration staff, also in view of the implementation of the projects of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan.
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Thawing Permafrost Releases Greenhouse Gas From Depth

Thawing Permafrost Releases Greenhouse Gas From Depth. Which effects did the heat wave of summer 2020 have in Siberia? In a study led by the University of Bonn (Germany), geologists compared the spatial and temporal distribution of methane concentrations in the air of northern Siberia with geological maps. The result: the methane concentrations in the air after last year’s heat...
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How 3-D modeling helped U geologists teach during COVID-19

Geoscience is a three-dimensional discipline. So 3-D modeling, in the form of virtual and 3-D printed real-world models, has found a home in the U’s Department of Geology and Geophysics. During the COVID-19 pandemic, instructors expanded their 3-D modeling efforts to continue to provide students a hands-on experience, while minimizing the number of hands on any one object.
Sciencesitkanature.org

Sitka Nature Show #241 – Alia Lesnek

The July 18th show featured a conversation with Quaternary geologist Alia Lesnek. We spoke about her work investigating the timing of glacial retreat in Southeast Alaska, as well what raised marine clam beds tell us about ancient sea levels, and her recent experience in Sitka looking at ash and basalt from the Mount Edgecumbe volcanic field with a team of geologists.
Sciencetheclarion.ca

U of A research, expertise help boost diamond exploration, says geologist

In the early 2000s, one of the large islands that make up the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, Banks Island, was buzzing as teams from the world’s top diamond companies trudged around the barren tundra looking for evidence of diamonds. One organization encountered a big enough hint of what might lie below...
Environmentworthynews.com

Yellowstone rattled by swarm of more than 140 earthquakes in past day, geologists say

(Worthy News) – A swarm of more than 141 earthquakes is rattling Yellowstone National Park, geologists said. The U.S. Geological Survey said Friday that an ongoing earthquake swarm that began at 5:52 p.m. Thursday is centered beneath Yellowstone Lake. There have been 40 earthquakes bigger than a magnitude 2, and two have been above a 3.0 magnitude, USGS said. [ Source: Idaho Statesman (Read More…) ]
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U of A research, expertise help boost diamond exploration, says geologist

In the early 2000s, one of the large islands that make up the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, Banks Island, was buzzing as teams from the world’s top diamond companies trudged around the barren tundra looking for evidence of diamonds. One organization encountered a big enough hint of what might lie below...
ChemistrySentinel & Enterprise

UML Geologist helps make rockin’ discovery

LOWELL — A UMass Lowell geologist is among the researchers who discovered a new type of manmade quasicrystal created by first test blast of an atomic bomb. This discovery could help repair bone, insulate heat, and convert heat into electricity, according to Professor Nelson G. Eby, a member of the University’s Environmental, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Department.
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