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Technical University of Sofia (2017)
 
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The Technical University Sofia, is the largest technical university in Bulgaria. With Decree No 237, published in the State Gazette issue 248 from 24.10.1945, of the National Assembly of Bulgaria, a school called "State Polytechnic" is created with Mechanical engineering faculty with four divisions - mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and mining and geology. It is an independent institution since 1953. It has had its present name and university status since 21 July 1995 and has 14 main faculties based in Sofia, Plovdiv and Sliven, as well as 3 additional ones with education only in foreign languages French, English and German.
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I Wanna Be a Geophysicist
 
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Like rocks and exploring our planet? Then you might consider Geophysics as a career. Jesse chats to Geophysicist, Barrett, to find out what is Geophysics, what characteristics are required and the pathway to take to get into the career. Want to see more videos from Student Edge? Click here: https://studentedge.org The Department of Exploration Geophysics at Curtin University provides a dedicated, comprehensive range of internationally recognised, specialist geophysics degree level courses ranging from a Bachelor of Science (Geophysics) undergraduate degree to a Doctor of Philosophy (Geophysics) research degree. We offer training in the latest methods in exploration geophysics using current and emerging technologies relating to geophysical data acquisition, instrumentation, data processing, interpretation, and software modelling. Our academic staff and postgraduate students are continuously involved in frontier scientific research in this field. Bachelor of Science (Geophysics) Applied Geology and Geophysics Double Degree Master of Science (Geophysics) Master of Philosophy (Geophysics) Courses Listing Geophysics Bachelor of Science (Geophysics) - BSc(Curtin) - MJRU-GEOPH Science and Engineering Geophysicists study the subsurface of the Earth and explore for natural resources such as oil, minerals and groundwater, and help solve environmental problems from natural hazards to pollution monitoring and civil engineering. Geophysicists use technology to collect, display and interpret data, and apply physics, computing and maths in practical ways on commercial and environmental projects. What the course involves In your first year you will complete a physical sciences foundation year that provides the necessary knowledge to pursue your interest in the physical disciplines of science. You will examine different forms of energy and matter, and the physical and chemical properties of elements and compounds. This foundation year provides a pathway to your second year studies in chemistry, geophysics or physics. In the geophysics major you will gain knowledge in areas of physics and mathematics and be introduced to: - geophysical processes - geology - electronic measurement - experiment and survey design - scientific computing and data processing - methods of analysing and imaging the Earth. - You will explore geophysical methods such as seismic, magnetics, gravity, electrical and electromagnetic methods and undertake field trips. You will gain a thorough knowledge and practical skills in geophysical techniques used in oil and gas, minerals and groundwater exploration industries. To enrol in the geophysics major, you must apply for the Bachelor of Science (Science) and satisfy the necessary geophysics prerequisites.
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Penn's Master of Science in Applied Geosciences
 
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Penn’s Master of Science in Applied Geosciences offers you an opportunity to gain expert insight and technical know-how for a career in geology. Hear from our Program Director, Yvette Bordeaux, PhD as well as students, alumni and faculty to learn about our program’s concentrations, Ivy League academics, professional advancement opportunities and more. To learn more, visit: www.upenn.edu/msag.
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Geologists Jobs in Africa
 
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For Geologist jobs in Africa and other Africa mining jobs visit: http://www.mining-africa-jobs.com/africa/ CA Mining is a recruitment company focusing on Mining recruitment across Africa. The consultants currently have a number of Geologist Jobs in Africa. Music Credit: "Nowhere Land" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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GEOMETALLURGY.EU
 
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Geometallurgy.eu The European research and education hub in Geometallurgy The initiative is supported by the Eit Raw Materials
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GEOLOGY VOCAB
 
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BP's Graduates - Seb, a geologist in Sunbury
 
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If you'd like to see more about Seb or are a student or graduate and want to work at the forefront of innovation at BP, please explore our website dedicated to students and graduates http://www.bp.com/en/global/corporate/careers/students-and-graduates.html
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Seismic Geophysicist
 
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WHAT YOU DO: Use computer simulations to look at how the Earth's surface moves over time, compare this with information from satellites to better understand the earthquake cycle, and use it to create disaster response products and plans. EDUCATION: Depending on whether you want to teach at a college, go into industry, or work for a research lab, your educational path will be slightly different. Start with an undergraduate degree, usually in Earth Science; you'll need at least a master's degree if you want to teach, and to be a tenured professor at a research institution, a PhD. Strong background in math, physics, Earth science, and solid mechanics is also important. USEFUL SKILLS: Computer programming, writing (for writing grant proposals), communication, and leadership skills. How to get in: Working in labs as a student, publishing papers (as a part of a professor's or student's research team), and going to scientific meetings to network are all ways to get yourself out there and meet people that can help you. If you're interested in research, you'll need your name on as many publications as possible by the time you start looking for a job. CAREER PATH: In industry or a research lab, getting an internship while in school then pursuing a job at any lab or related company will get your foot in the door. In academic positions, you'll start out as a researcher with some teaching responsibilities; after years of research and experience, you can become a professor with full tenure. PAYBACK: For an academic researcher with a master's degree and 3-5 years of experience, the average salary is about $69,000. With a PhD, you'll make more. If you work in industry, you can work with a bachelor's or a master's and make anywhere from $40,000-$50,000, depending on degree and experience. DOWNSIDES: Securing funding can be a challenge. You spend a good part of your time writing proposals to make sure that your research is paid for, so that you can continue working on what you love. FUTURE OF JOB: Teaching positions at universities are becoming increasingly competitive, as are positions at research labs. Jobs in industry (oil, mining, geotechnical) vary, depending on the market, but can also be competitive depending on the economy and region. NETWORKING: Professional Societies: American Geophysical Union Seismological Society of America Geological Society of America Other Resources: Southern California Earthquake Center (has student internships and other educational resources) Jet Propulsion Laboratory (look on Education page, has lots of resources) NASA (education page has resources) US Geological Survey (has a bunch of educational resources) Earth Science departments at universities/colleges Produced, shot and edited for the National Science Foundation by instructors from the Gigniks program. -Ali Sanford (LACES 12th grade)
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Colorado School of Mines, Department of Geophysics
 
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Redesigning geophysics research and education for the 21st Century. To meet the energy, water and climate system challenges of the 21st century, geophysicists will need to be trained differently that in the past. There will be greater reliance on interdisciplinary collaboration, machine learning, distributed sensing, and robotics. The Colorado School of Mines is transforming its geophysics department to place greater emphasis on computation, allow more flexibility in educational tracks and to recognize the transition of our profession. We are teaming with the Mines hydrology program to create a first of its kind MS track in hydrogeophysics. We are partnering with the Humanitarian engineering program to create an innovative geophysics program designed to assist parts of the world that have major challenges but limited resources to manage them. And we are reinvigorating our historical strength in energy focused geophysics with the recognition that an energy transformation in underway. https://geophysics.mines.edu/
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Geological, Petroleum, Sample Test, & Geophysical Data Technician Career Video
 
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This career video provides day in the life information about the following jobs and occupations. JOB TITLE: Geological and Petroleum Technicians OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION: Assist scientists or engineers in the use of electronic, sonic, or nuclear measuring instruments in both laboratory and production activities to obtain data indicating potential resources such as metallic ore, minerals, gas, coal, or petroleum. Analyze mud and drill cuttings. Chart pressure, temperature, and other characteristics of wells or bore holes. Investigate and collect information leading to the possible discovery of new metallic ore, minerals, gas, coal, or petroleum deposits. RELATED JOB TITLES: Geophysical Data Technicians, Geological Sample Test Technicians ONET: 19-4041.00 JOB TITLE: Geophysical Data Technicians OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION: Measure, record, or evaluate geological data, using sonic, electronic, electrical, seismic, or gravity-measuring instruments to prospect for oil or gas. May collect or evaluate core samples or cuttings. RELATED JOB TITLES: Exploration Manager, Field Engineer, Geological E-Logger, Geological Technician, Geoscience Technician, Geoscientist, Geotechnician, Observer, Soils Technician, Technical Assistant ONET: 19-4041.01 JOB TITLE: Geological Sample Test Technicians OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION: Test or analyze geological samples, crude oil, or minerals to detect presence of petroleum, gas, or mineral deposits indicating potential for exploration or production or to determine physical or chemical properties to ensure that products meet quality standards. RELATED JOB TITLES: Core Inspector, Electron Microprobe Operator, Environmental Field Services Technician, Environmental Sampling Technician, Laboratory Technician, Materials Technician, Organic Section Technical Lead, Physical Science Technician, Quality Control Technician (QC Technician), Research Associate ONET: 19-4041.02 Learn more about this and other occupations, jobs, and careers at: www.CareerOneStop.org
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An introduction to Geology
 
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A basic introduction to Geology and Igneous rocks. #khanacademytalentsearch Photos & Video Credits (in order of appearance) Rapid Scat Video by: NASA JPL (public domain) "New York City" - Timelapse by: Erick Ramos @ealexstark CC BY 3.0 People in Frankfurt from Davide Quatela CC BY 3.0 Little Lakes Valley, CA - timelapse from Derek McCoy CC BY 3.0 The Himalayan - Mt.Everest Base Camp trek HD Time Lapse from Amit Haware CC BY 3.0 "Rockcycle edit" by Fir0002 - Own work. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons Conjunto de Rocas Ígneas que incluye al Granito, Granodiorita, Diorita, Sienita, Gabro, Basalto, Riolita, Andesita e Ignimbrita(Toba Volcánica), todas halladas en Arequipa, Perú By Rojinegro81 (Own work) CC BY-SA 3.0 DJI Feats- Eruption at Bardabunga Volcano-HD from NonsuchMedia CC BY 3.0 Aerial view of Colima volcano. Nc tech3 at the English language Wikipedia CC-BY-SA-3.0 via Wikimedia Commons Waipio Valley, Big Island, Hawaii. By Paul dexxus (Own work / Flickr) CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons Flowing Lava in Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park, the Big Island of Hawai'i from BigIslandHikes CC BY 3.0 Music: “Set the Controls for the Bottom of Danes Road” (by Children of the Drone) CC BY NC SA “Divider” (by Chris Zabriskie) CC BY “Unfoldment, Revealment, Evolution, Exposition, Integration, Arson” (by Chris Zabriskie) CC BY
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2015 UPGMA awardee - Sofia Marah Frias
 
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Hi, I’m Sofia Marah Frias, UPGMA Awardee for 2015 Q: Tell us about yourself A: Yung field of interest ko in geology is ore deposit geochemistry focusing on hydrothermal alteration and mineralization Q: Motivation for studying A: Yung motivation ko for studying is to be able to finish MS as soon as possible Q: What are your study habits? A: First I plan ahead, aalamin ko muna kung gaano katagal before yung mga exams, and then gumagawa ako ng checklist ng mga bagay na dapat kong gawin. And then I read books while also reading through my notes and then gumagawa ako ng isang combined reviewer for that specific subject. Q: What do you do aside from studying? A: Currently, I’m an instructor in the university. I teach different subjects, 11, 11.1, 40, 170, and 194. Aside from that, I’m also a graduate assistant at the Earth Materials Science Laboratories Q: Plans for the future A: In the future, I plan to finish my MS and siguro magtrabaho sa mga mining companies especially sa mga porphyry and epithermal systems. Q: What do you plan to do with the grant? A: Yung grant gagamitin ko siya to fund my thesis. Kasi ngayon kailangan ko ng funding to be able to proceed with my sample analysis. Q: Message to all aspiring UPGMA awardees A: My message to all aspiring UPGMA awardees, magaral kayong mabuti and napakagandang opportunity na mapili kayo sa isang ganito kaprestigious na grant because maganda siyang credentials and also it will help you fund your research projects in the future Q: Who would you like to thank? A: I would like to thank the Iuvenis Orbis Geological Fraternity and the National Institute of Geological Sciences for choosing me as one of the awardees
BP's Graduates - Samantha, a geologist in New Wells Delivery
 
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If you'd like to see more about Samantha or are a student or graduate and want to work at the forefront of innovation at BP, please explore our website dedicated to students and graduates http://www.bp.com/en/global/corporate/careers/students-and-graduates.html
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My Dream Job
 
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hi, everyone.My name is Duong. Today. I am going to talk about my dream job. Then, I will present this topic. Now, I am study at HN university of mining and geology. My major is petroleum geophysical. I hope, after I graduated, I will become geophysical engineer. Because have 3 reasons. Reasons 1: I will research the earth, research rock. So, i will alway love it. Reasons 2: If you are geophysical engineer. You will be going to a lot of places. The next.Reasons 3: Because I want to high salary. Thank you for kind attention
Educational program fo children at the Milos Mining Museum
 
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Sofia Gialouraki at the Milos Mining Museum in 2010 running the educational program "Venus de Milo is crying" for the elementary school-children of Milos Island.
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Paleontology and Petrography practice  2012
 
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The song belongs to its rightful owners! Video from this year's geology practice of the students from Sofia University "St.Kliment Ohridski"
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Thomas - Day in the Life - Geoscience
 
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A day in the life of a Geologist at ConocoPhillips.To learn more visit careers.conocophillips.com/en/university-recruitment
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Graduation 2017 at the School of Geography, Geology and the Environment
 
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Experience some of the highlights of Graduation at the School of Geography, Geology and the Environment. Music: The Only Girl by Silent Partner
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A geological journey
 
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Nome: Sofia Celeste Cognome: Lorenzetti Categoria del contest: Geologiovani Titolo del video: A geological journey Quando cresci "circondata" da fossili,minerali e rocce non puoi che finire per studiare geologia! Il video racconta del mio rapporto con la geologia e di come si è evoluto negli anni, dalla collezione di mio nonno (di cui nel video ne vediamo solo alcuni esemplari), all'università dove frequento il secondo anno della facoltà di scienze geologiche fino alla passione per la barca a vela che mi porta alla scoperta del Mar Mediterraneo. When someone grows up "surrounded" by fossils,minerals and rocks the only way for the future is going to study geology! The video talks about my personal relation with Geology and shows how all this developed throught the years, from my grandpa's collection to the university, where i attend on the second year, since my passion for sailing across Mediterran sea.
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Interview with Quaternary Geologist Dr. Dietsch
 
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A great interview with Dr. Craig Dietsch from the Geology Department at the University of Cincinnati. Discussion of Quaternary tectonic geomorphology, and collaborative opportunities in geology. Insight into his research and interests - from studying erosion rates in the Himalayas to brewing his own beer!
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Petroleum geophysics  Marwan Charara
 
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Принято считать, что запасов нефти хватит на несколько десятилетий, а человечество уже прошло углеводородную стадию своей истории. Это не так. Без нефти можно обойтись в энергетике, но нельзя ее заменить в производстве полимеров, из которых сделан современный мир. Разведка и добыча углеводородов — амбициозная высокотехнологическая задача. Для ее решения используются методы геофизики, химии, математического моделирования, алгоритмы машинного обучения — и не только. В совместном курсе ПостНауки и Сколковского института науки и технологий «Наука нефти» (https://postnauka.ru/courses/84610) профессора магистерской программы «Нефтегазовое дело» рассказывают о последних достижениях своей науки #НаукаНефти
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Ural Geological Museum Interior Panorama
 
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Samples Shelves
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UALR  Earth Science Professor Interview
 
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The College of Science & Mathematics Earth Science Professor, Dr. Ledbetter discusses his career and the current opportunities in the field of geology.
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UQ Earth Sciences - Mineralogy, Ore deposits & Geophysics (Kilkivan)
 
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Filmed during University of Queensland courses: ERTH2005 Mineralogy ERTH3001 Ore Deposits & Exploration Geology ERTH3020 Introduction to Geophysics Semester 1, 2010. www.earth.uq.edu.au Music by Disnae Matter (www.disnaematter.com)
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Mining Interactive University presents a free online lecture by Dr. Michael Berry - Part 4
 
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Mining Interactive University is proud to present a free online lecture by Dr. Michael Berry. The topic of this lecture is - Discovery Investing Wealth Creation in Troubling Times. For more information and to view the slides associated with this video, please visit: http://www.mininginteractive.com/videos/videos.php?link=20090713_MIU_Berry&tabselect=miu
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Zürich Downtown Geology
 
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Zürich downtown, fieldtrip geology explained by Helmut Weissert. Pablo Zamudio & Andreas Gantenbein
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The World's Longest Salt Caves at Mount Sodom
 
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NEWS DESK | After initially discovering the salt caves of Mount Sodom decades ago, Hebrew University officially unveiled their findings on a tour for the press, inside Mount Sodom. Our Shelby Weiner has the story. Story: Deep inside Mt. Sodom on the coast of the Dead Sea lies a newly revealed secret. In the heart of the geological formation, water and the passage of time have slowly carved out what is now the world’s largest salt cave.  The Dead Sea is famous for its high salt concentration and the hills surrounding it are formed of salt deposits layered with dust and cap rock rising from the ground. These hills are famously peppered with networks of caves -- most famous of which are the Qumram caves which for centuries housed the Dead Sea scrolls.  But the Malham cave, just off of Highway 90 along the coast of the Dead Sea, is home to a different kind of secret.  Dated at some 7,000 years old, a network of cave chambers and channels have slowly been carved out of the mountain by rain water dissolving the salty layers of the hill. A scarce 50 millimeters, just under 2 inches of rain falls in the area annually. But that small amount of water has hollowed out a spectacular space beneath the earth’s surface. Malham was initially discovered by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HU)’s Cave Research Center (CRC) in the 1980’s, with Amos Frumkin, CRC founder and director, mapping about 6 kilometers.  But it was only recently, with modern technology, that the full magnitude of the cave was revealed.  All the nooks, crannies, tunnels and caverns of the cave total over 10 kilometers (6.2 miles), earning it the title of world’s longest salt cave — a title held for the past 13 years by Iran's Cave of the Three Nudes (3N) on Qeshm Island. The length of the 3N cave comes out to about 6.5 kilometers (4 miles).   When the Dead Sea cave was first discovered nearly 40 years ago, teams had to use measuring tapes to map the distance. A team of 80 people from nine countries, led by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem Cave Research Center, Israel Cave Explorers Club, and Bulgaria’s Sofia Speleo Club, calculated the cave network’s staggering size using technology that can be used on a smartphone or tablet. 'Now we use tablets and a technology called DistoX, a laser disto-meter,' Boaz Langford, the head of the 2019 Malham Cave Mapping Expedition explains to i24NEWS. 'It measures length, inclination and direction with the same tool and sends the data directly to the tablet so. The Accuracy of the measurements is much better.'   The cave’s length was not created in a straight, linear fashion. Rather it creeps through the mountain in multiple layers, with smaller channels branching off the main “path”, wherever water seeped in and dissolved the minerals in its way. Inside the Malham cave is an ever morphing landscape of riverbeds, chambers, tunnels and stalactite rooms.   It’s no easy feat to reach the heart of the cave. Portions are just big enough to crawl through on one's stomach, while others tower overhead. One room, nicknamed 'the guillotine room' perfectly demonstrates the unique, and sometimes volatile nature of the location’s geography.  In this room, the ceiling is almost perfectly horizontal, but is dissected by a vertical wall which has split from its surrounding layer and fallen, leaving a perfect gap stretching above it into the earth.  'What's really interesting about this piece is that the angle of the layers in this part of the mountain are not horizontal,' Yoav Negev, Chairman of the Israel Cave Explorers Club tells i24NEWS.  'This illustrates how the mountain was formed. This mountain formed by pressure. All the salt layers that used to be the bottom the Dead Sea are being pushed up like out of a tube of tooth paste,' Negev says For more, see our ⬇ Website Articles: https://www.i24news.tv/en Live: https://video.i24news.tv/page/live?clip=5a94117623eec6000c557fec (Subscription) Replay: https://video.i24news.tv/page/5a97b81f23eec6000c55857d?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=the_rundown&utm_content=en2 (Subscription) Social Media Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/i24newsEN/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/i24NEWS_EN Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/i24news/
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The Santorini Project:Geology#the amazing volcano from the land till the sea#Evi Nomikou !
 
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Listening to Evi Nomikou,you travel through the years in the deep side of Santorinian lava.By the sea ,you find a precious world of experience which will remain unforgettable! Evi Nomikou is a lecturer of Geological Oceanography and Physical Geography in the Department of Geology and Geoenvironment University of Athens and she worked for the Hellenic Center of Marine Research ... Adore the report!
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Paths Through Science: Drew Feustel, Geophysicist and Astronaut
 
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Meet Drew Feustel, a geophysicist and NASA astronaut. Drew is a seasoned astronaut with a Ph.D. in geological sciences who will serve as a flight engineer for the International Space Station’s Expedition 55 and commander for its Expedition 56. Drew will launch in March 2018. In this Paths Through Science video, Drew discusses the path that brought him from working into auto restoration in Detroit, Michigan, to commanding the International Space Station, and offers his tips for reaching your dream job. You can find more of the American Geophysical Union’s profiles of geoscience professionals at our Paths Through Science homepage: http://careers.agu.org/paths/ Video Produced by AGU Images and video provided by NASA. Special thanks to Johnson Space Center Public Affairs and Video Production team. Music: "The Third Two Men Blues" by Stefan Kartenberg 2016 - Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial (3.0)
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Student life at FLC: A day in the life of Jake
 
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What is it like to be a student at Fort Lewis College? In our "Day in the life" series, we'll explore student life at FLC through the eyes of our students. In this episode, we meet Jake, a senior Biology major who aspires to be a veterinarian. On a typical day, Jake hikes up to campus, meets with his research advisor in the Honors Program, goes to his neurobiology class, and works at a local small animal veterinary clinic. *-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-* Fort Lewis College is the Southwest's crossroads of education and adventure. Our blend of small classes, dynamic academic programs, and a liberal arts perspective leads to transformative learning experiences that foster entrepreneurship, leadership, creative problem solving, and life-long learning. And our unique & beautiful mountain campus, on a mesa above historic Durango, Colorado, inspires an active and friendly community with a spirit of engagement, exploration, and intellectual curiosity. Fort Lewis College 1000 Rim Drive Durango, CO 81301 [email protected] 877-352-2656 http://www.fortlewis.edu *-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-* Transcript Hi! I'm Jake Rodgers, I'm a senior Biology major at Fort Lewis College, and this is a day in my life. I usually wake up around 7 am, then I meet up with my friend Alex, and we walk up to campus. One beautiful thing about living in Durango, Colorado, is that you can hike just about anywhere. So hiking to school is my daily routine. On the Nature Trail on the way up to campus, I usually get to see lots of wildlife along the way, and it's a wonderful way to start off my day. When I get to campus, I meet up with my research advisor Erik Juergensmeyer, one of multiple senior research advisors that I have here at Fort Lewis. One beautiful thing about Fort Lewis College is that you get to work closely with published authors, who are your professors, to help guide you individually on your personal research projects. Then I go to my Neurobiology class, where we talk about lots of great things -- from pain reception all the way to cognitive functions and memory. After class, I go to work, where I work at a vet clinic in town. It's a small animal vet clinic, where I get perfect experience for what I'd like to do ultimately as a career path. I'd like to be a veterinarian, so here I get the experience of checking in clients, meeting the patients, coordinating and telling them all the vet's information, and I learn a lot that way. Then I get to practice my skills actually giving treatments, and this reassures me that this is exactly what I want to do as a career. After that, I usually go home, meet up with my brother, who is also my roommate. We have dinner and discuss some of the interesting things that I did throughout my day. Then we wind down, and that's a day in my life. Thanks for watching!
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Geophysicist - Getting Job Skill
 
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Like rocks and exploring our planet? Then you might consider Geophysics as a career. To find out what is Geophysics, what characteristics are required and the pathway to take to get into the career. Geophysicists study the subsurface of the Earth and explore for natural resources such as oil, minerals and groundwater, and help solve environmental problems from natural hazards to pollution monitoring and civil engineering. Geophysicists use technology to collect, display and interpret data, and apply physics, computing and maths in practical ways on commercial and environmental projects. In the geophysics major you will gain knowledge in areas of physics and mathematics and be introduced to: - geophysical processes - geology - electronic measurement - experiment and survey design - scientific computing and data processing - methods of analyzing and imaging the Earth. - You will explore geophysical methods such as seismic, magnetisc, gravity, electrical and electromagnetic methods and undertake field trips. For more videos please subscribe our channel: www.youtube.com/channel/UCC9z9v8ODNiFwnEAQVGxEEg Thanks & best wishes. Allah bless you all...
Meet a Geophysicist: Jenny Nakai
 
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Jenny talks about her interest in engineering and science as a means to be useful and solve problems and the importance of education in the Navajo culture in general. She explains how resource extraction such as coal mining has had a negative environmental impact on the Navajo land and how, in the past, few tribal members have had the knowledge and training to deal with these problems or to educate the public about ways to solve them. Today, she is committed to sharing with others what she has learned through her studies and to helping scientists communicate their findings to the broader community. Video produced by McLean Media. Additional images courtesy Jenny Nakai, Steve Semken, WMUK (Western Michigan University), DiscoverNavajo, VICE News, Google Earth. Title animation by NASA and the Visible Earth Team (http://visibleearth.nasa.gov). Title music provided by Flying Hands Music. Additional Music: “White” and "Finding Movement" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com). Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Copyright McLean Media, all rights reserved This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number EAR-1252031. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the producers and participants and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
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In Depth Interviews Geologists Part 2
 
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Actual Geology International. Interviews Part B
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[OASIS Vlog Ep. 5] A Day of Geophysics
 
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The OASIS Expedition is a 24-7 operations with science happening around the clock. Follow Chief Scientist, Dr. Trish Gregg, on a typical day at sea collecting geophysics. What do we eat? When do we sleep? What do we do all day? Find out the answers to these questions in a behind-the-scenes look at life on the R/V Atlantis. In this video: Dr. Trish Gregg (OASIS Chief Scientist, UIUC Assistant Professor), Haley Cabaniss (PhD Student at UIUC), Yan Zhan (PhD Student at UIUC), Dr. Steve Shirey (Scientist at Carnegie DTM), Dr. Denny Geist (National Science Foundation), Charelle Trim (PhD Student at U Florida), Emma McCully (Research Assistant at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution), Bridgit Boulahanis (PhD Student at LDEO Columbia University), Yen Joe Tan (PhD Student at LDEO Columbia University), Dr. Matt Smith (Professor at U Florida), Valentina Romano (PhD Student U Rome). R/V Atlantis: https://www.whoi.edu https://www.whoi.edu/main/ships/atlantis AUV Sentry: https://www.whoi.edu/main/sentry HOV Alvin: http://www.whoi.edu/main/hov-alvin
Hazel Gibson, Ada Lovelace Day 2013
 
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Hazel Gibson, a geologist studying how geological processes affect our lives, and who is out to prove that women and geology is a combination that rocks! Held at Imperial College London, Ada Lovelace Day Live 2013 featured inspiring women speakers, covering everything from biochemistry to engineering. Find out more about Ada Lovelace Day and future events on findingada.com. Video sponsored by the Biochemical Society and produced by Juggernaut.tv.
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What it's like to be a Geophysicist
 
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A geophysicist is number 7 on the top posted job titles in the physical science industry. Learn more about the career here! For more videos like this, visit https://www.careersbox.co.uk. Careersbox is the national careers film library, a free careers resource showing hundreds of real people doing real jobs. We're independent of any employer and give you the objectivity you need to understand the labor market.
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Rockin' Cosmetics: Aliyah Davis (CAH Science Ambassador Scholarship)
 
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Take this as a reminder for you to thank Mother Earth for that poppin' highlight. Thank you for watching my short mineralogy lesson on muscovite. Did you check your labels? Let me know in the comments below. References: Lapot. (2010). Muscovite window. Retrieved from https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Muscovite_window.jpg Marshak, S. (2009). Essentials of geology. New York, NY: W.W. Norton & Company. Muscovite. (n.d.). In Encyclopædia Britannica online. Retreived from https://www.britannica.com/science/muscovite-mineral Neese, W. D. (1999). Introduction to mineralogy. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Sterrett, D. B. (1923). Mica deposits of the United States. United States Geological Survey, Bulletin 740. https://doi.org/10.3133/b740 Transcript : 0:01 What’s up crystal chicks? How often do you visit your local beauty counter or drugstore to find the products that create rockin' glam looks? Little did you know, some of your favorite glosses and shadows contain muscovite, a common mica mineral that gives cosmetics that perfect sparkle in the light. 0:18 To be considered a mineral, muscovite occurs naturally as a solid and has a definable chemical composition [KAl2(Si3AlO10)(OH2)]. Additionally, it’s inorganic, meaning there are no carbon-hydrogen bonds, like sugar. Lastly, it has a crystalline structure. Under special microscopes, we can see that muscovite’s atoms are fixed in a specific, orderly pattern. 0:41 A key muscovite characteristic is its cleavage. Since it’s crystal structure has weak bonds in one direction, it can easily split into thin sheets. This feature made it useful to create window panes in Russia, where it was known as Muscovy glass. 0:58 On Mohs hardness scale of 1-10, muscovite is rated as a 2, which is softer than a fingernail. When it is ground, its pearly luster is comparable to the shimmer of this eyeshadow. 1:11 In nature, muscovite can be found in igneous and sedimentary rocks, but most commonly in metamorphic rocks, specifically those with foliation. Derived from Greek words meta and morphe, metamorphic means “to change form.” During metamorphism, pre-existing rock (also called a protolith) is subjected to intense heat, pressure, and sometimes hot water. Foliation occurs because some of the minerals have a preferred orientation when the rock is exposed to the pressure and temperature changes, which in turn, gives metamorphic rocks their striped appearance. 1:50 The protolith for metamorphic rocks containing muscovite are usually shales, sedimentary rocks that are made of clay and silt. Without melting, the atoms recrystallize to change the shape and size of the minerals or form new minerals. The intensity of metamorphism indicates how minerals develop. The most common types of foliated rocks include slate, phyllite, schist, and gneiss. 2:17 Some of the most valuable muscovite used in cosmetics is sourced from pegmatites, a type of igneous rocks with extremely large crystals because the magma has more time to cool. 2:28 In the early 1800s, muscovite was mined in the United States throughout the Appalachian and Rocky Mountain regions but production later declined as industry preferred inexpensive micas from India. 2:41 Now that you know how muscovite is formed, check your makeup bag. There’s a great chance Earth’s glitter bomb is right at your fingertips.
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Fleming College  Earth Resources Technician Jobs
 
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Faculty member Joanna Hodge describes job opportunities for program graduates and how students experience “geology in action.”
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Volcaneology/Geophysics Seminar with Dr Erik Klemetti
 
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Title: Using crystal ages and compositions to understand how volcanoes come back to life Abstract: Volcanoes spend most of their existence not erupting. This doesn’t mean that there aren’t a multitude of magmatic processes going on underneath. These might include intrusions of new magma, crystallization of existing magma, magma mixing and movement of crystals through the “crystal mush” that sits under the volcano. These processes all leave their compositional and temporal signature on the crystals that form and are subsequently incorporated into the magma that does erupt. I will discuss how examination of zircon crystals in magma can help us unravel the timing and nature of events that occur between volcanic eruptions with a focus on the evolution of the Lassen Volcanic Center in California. Overall, current trace element and U-Th disequilibria age data derived from zircon suggests that an otherwise moribund magmatic system can be brought back to life (rejuvenated) by new intrusions of magmatic that are geologically ephemeral, lasting years to millennia. This conclusion means that the events that lead to the 1915 eruption at Lassen Peak unfolded rapidly before the explosive eruption, the only to occur in California in the last century. Blogs to read for background: http://www.wired.com/2013/08/field-update-2013-examining-the-magmatic-evolution-of-the-lassen-volcanic-center/ http://www.wired.com/2012/11/what-the-heck-is-a-shrimp-anyway-volcano/ http://www.wired.com/2014/02/ephemeral-nature-magma-prior-eruption/ http://www.wired.com/2012/05/volcanic-crystal-forensics-what-minerals-tell-us-about-the-evolution-of-mount-st-helens-and-long-valley/
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4M Kidz Labs Crystal Mining Kit Dig Science Experiment Unboxing Toy Review by TheToyReviewer
 
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Dig and excavate natural crystals using the tools provided. Use the magnifying glass to get a close look and examine the crystals. Display the crystals and add them to your rock collection! ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ Don't miss out on another video! SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheToyReviewerVideos?sub_confirmation=1 SOCIAL MEDIA: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheToyReviewer/?ref=settings Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/TheToyReviewer Email - [email protected] ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ Welcome to TheToyReviewer channel on YouTube! This is a kid-friendly channel featuring lots of popular videos on Beados, Shopkins, Frozen, Disney, Littlest Pet Shop LPS, My Little Pony MLP, Play-Doh, Barbie, Minecraft, Girl Scouts, Num Noms, Shopkins, Happy Meal, Color Changers, Cars, Aquabeads, Kinetic Sand, Cra-z-Sand, Cra-z-Art, Skwooshi, Popin' Cookin, Yummy Nummies, Crayola, Little Live Pets, DohVinci, Nerd Block, Awesome Pack, Kawii Box, Lego, Mega Bloks, Princesses, Mermaids, Dolls, Bratz, Puppy, Kitty, Blind Bag, Surprise Eggs, Bunchems, and much more! ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ PLAYLIST LINKS: All Videos - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmjSfaaMrILZNEhvpx59xvnX-JMH_OJB8 Popin' Cookin' - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmjSfaaMrILajyAwtxc1CU1o5NrjE96sJ Cra-z-sand, Kinetic Sand, and Skwooshi - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmjSfaaMrILYrVtimtTFvtnJFzGpsKyxs Play-Doh - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmjSfaaMrILa0GFdJmX5R-EAR4FH1rX1G McDonalds Happy Meal Toys - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmjSfaaMrILbLeLQFTfT-inCCzQL7E4sO Crayola - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmjSfaaMrILYXg6_wt4eyX9yzNR4iulow Shopkins - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmjSfaaMrILb0OlZtnbyx_UceSzxEN4aB Yummy Nummies - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmjSfaaMrILZL6lKDwAS82_lUKfCZCFP5 DohVinci - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmjSfaaMrILZ0qLxoZXylgmuER_8G9-cq Num Noms - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmjSfaaMrILaimuZ77Q4ogT7XCw0hvZtm Awesome Pack - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmjSfaaMrILaQ3SfLKpVK5pqs_8P_jkVH Bunchems - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmjSfaaMrILZBtCOPxnql5wu3f4pM-aI5
Views: 35509 TheToyReviewer
Geophysical Field Work - What is it like?..
 
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This video introduces geophysical field works to conduct Electrical Resistivity Tomography (ERT), Electromagnetic, Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR), Seismic, Metal Detector, Sub-bottom Profiler and Side-scan Sonar Surveys. Music: 'Tomb Raider (Club Mix)' from 'Expedition Chant Cup' by Music For Your Plants Produced by Rene Mäe, Norman Orro, Ronald Pihlapson Mix engineer / Mastering - Norman Orro
Views: 12635 Applied Geophysics
Because BANG is so pretty, sexy and girly. :)
 
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UP DOST Scholars' Association presents MERCEDES TAYOTITEE ISUZUBO Binibini Ba'To representative for this year's IGNITION: Start my Engine, Fuel my Desire **Candid video after the Binibini Bato 2013 photoshoot of contestants. 12 January 2013 at the National Institute of Geological Science, UP Diliman
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Deep-sea scientists on the impacts of mining and the need for more research - DSBS 2015
 
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Interview recorded in the SOPHIA Studio (www.sophia-mar.pt) during the Deep-Sea Biology Symposium (DSBS, Aveiro 2015). Topics: Deep-sea mining impacts: preliminary results from MIDAS; Need for science-industry collaboration; High biodiversity in the deep ocean: results from ABYSSLINE at the Clarion-Clipperton fracture zone; Need for further fundamental deep-sea research (knowledge gaps; deep-sea taxonomy; science-policy interface; EIA; sustainable management planning; scientists as governance advisors); Scientific collaboration and data sharing; Increasing needs of the research community: the Portuguese case (capacity building; science funding; resource investment); Public perceptions on the deep-sea; Population connectivity. 00:08 Deep-sea mining impacts: results from MIDAS 03:03 Need for science-industry collaboration 04:54 Deep-sea biodiversity: results from ABYSSLINE 07:27 Need for fundamental deep-sea science 12:24 Prospects for deep-sea research 15:50 Increasing needs of the scientific community 20:23 Public perceptions on the deep-sea 21:16 High biodiversity in the deep ocean Ana Colaço, PhD in Ecology and Biosystematics by the University of Lisbon, is a Principal Investigator at MARE-Azores-IMAR. Her research focuses on hydrothermal vents ecosystems, and trophic relationships on seamounts. Craig Smith (at the middle) is a Professor of Oceanography at the University of Hawaii and the Principal investigator of the Benthic-Ecology Lab at this University. His research focuses on deep-sea biodiversity, disturbance ecology, and human impacts in seafloor ecosystems. Adrian Glover (on the right) is a Research Leader in the Life Sciences Department of the Natural History Museum, London and a Visiting Researcher at the University of Southampton. His research focuses on deep-sea biodiversity, Antarctic biodiversity, annelid evolution and ecology. SOPHIA - Knowledge for the management of marine environment is a literacy for the oceans project developed in Portugal. It is a not for profit collaboration between the Administration and knowledge and research community. It provides training and knowledge content to help develop a common language within this community. Follow us on: www.sophia-mar.pt www.facebook.com/sophia.mar.pt twitter.com/Projeto_SOPHIA Deep-Sea Biology Symposium - The triennial DSBS is the most important meeting for deep-sea biologists around the world. The 14th edition was held in Aveiro, Portugal, in 2015.
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Cindy Van Dover on the importance of chemosynthetic ecosystems - DSBS 2015
 
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Interview recorded in the SOPHIA Studio (www.sophia-mar.pt) during the Deep-Sea Biology Symposium (DSBS, Aveiro 2015). Topics: Chemosynthetic ecosystems (connectivity, biogeography, resources, scientific and economic importance); Knowledge gaps on chemosynthetic ecosystems; Deep-sea mining prospects on hydrothermal vents; Active vs inactive hydrothermal vent fields; Chemosynthetic ecosystems migration patterns; Inactive hydrothermal vents location methods; Need for science-policy interface. Cindy Van Dover is the Harvey W Smith Professor of Biological Oceanography at Duke University and the director of the Marine Laboratory. Her research focuses on deep-ocean exploration and the ecology of chemosynthetic ecosystems. 00:13 Chemosynthetic ecosystem distribution patterns 01:50 Scientific and economic value 03:58 Knowledge gaps 04:59 Mining prospects at hydrothermal vents 07:29 Inactive hydrothermal vents location 09:23 Migration patterns vs geological activity 11:12 Science-policy interface SOPHIA - Knowledge for the management of marine environment is a literacy for the oceans project developed in Portugal. It is a not for profit collaboration between the Administration and knowledge and research community. It provides training and knowledge content to help develop a common language within this community. Follow us on: www.sophia-mar.pt www.facebook.com/sophia.mar.pt twitter.com/Projeto_SOPHIA Deep-Sea Biology Symposium - The triennial DSBS is the most important meeting for deep-sea biologists around the world. The 14th edition was held in Aveiro, Portugal, in 2015.
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How A Geoscientist Can Change the World - AGU 2017 Fall Meeting
 
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AGU TV checks out the Keynote by former Science and Technology Adviser to the U.S. Secretary of State, Vaughan Turekian. Vaughan discusses the many ways, scientific and political, in which he believes that Geoscientists are at the forefront of changing the world.
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Cornwall Castaway - Newquay Activity Centre
 
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Hi I’m Rob Barber and I’m director of the Newquay Activity Centre. We are two time winners of the Cornwall Tourism Awards and we are number one ranked on Trip Advisor. I am here today to talk to you about our brand new activity, The Cornwall Castaway. So, what happens in this activity? We re-enact an important historical moment that happened 100 years ago. 100 years ago, right at the end of our headland on the Cribbar reef, a ship was getting wrecked on the reef and the lifeboat men from Newquay rallied together to save that ship. Some of those men decided that they didn’t want to go out and deemed it too dangerous, but a maverick crew decided to go and try to save the folk that were going down in the ship wrecked vessel. As soon as the lifeboat hit the water, it capsized. It was crazy high seas and it was freezing cold as it was December. Luckily for the lifeboat crew they knew the coast and managed to swim using the currents and the ocean swell and get themselves washed into a cave called the Tea Caverns. They managed to survive for 3 days and 3 nights by foraging and living off the fat of the land and keeping warm together before they escaped the cave and got back to the town and were recognised as heroes for their gallant bravery. So this leads us to what we are doing today. We are going to relive that by doing some Coasteering, some climbing, some scrambling, some caving, some jumping into deep water plunge pools, we are going to go into some caves and create a fire and learn some foraging skills. Once we have created our fire we are going to do a little bit of cooking. We are then going to escape that situation using one of our Super Stand Up Paddle Boards which is the nearest thing we have to a modern day raft and we are then going to paddle to safety. Do you think that you have the minerals to do it? Well you tell me. Get in touch with us, it’s the most awesome group activity Newquay has to offer. For further information, tips, and deals sign up for our newsletter here; http://eepurl.com/dpnT69 If you want to book an activity, check out the Newquay Activity Centre, https://newquayactivitycentre.co.uk
Deep-Sea Research Expedition
 
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Florida Atlantic University's Mohawk remote operated vehicle was recently outfitted with a new tool sled, built at FAU Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute. Watch samples being collected from the ocean as part of the May 7-20 research expedition off southwest Florida. Crew hail from Harbor Branch’s Cooperative Institute for Ocean Exploration, Research & Technology and colleagues from University of North Carolina-Wilmington, U.S. Geological Survey and Bluefin Robotics.