DPU Undergraduate Geology For those thinking about a Geology career, this might help.
Lecture - 2 Geologic Structures Lecture Series on Engineering Geology by basis Roy, Department of Civil Engineering,IITKharagpur.For more Courses visit nptel.iitm.ac.in
Garret's World Of Geology 2 Quartz and amethyst crystals on Snoqualmie Pass at Hansen Creek. Near Seattle, WA.
Basic Rock Identification: Geology Visual Study Aid for Physical/Historical Geology Classes. MUSIC: "DISTANCE" by Soilwork, from the "Stabbing the Drama" album.
Geologic Journey II- Largest Tear in the World For more, visit | Nick heads to the Great African Rift Valley to study the largest tectonic rift on the planet.
Our Changing Planet,Geological Continental Drift (Geography Change) in 400 Million Years Our Planet is full of life its always changing! Beautiful!
ANDRILL - Antarctic Geology ANDRILL is an international group of scientists studying hard rock cores in Antarctica. This is the second in a series of six videos that explores the scope of ANDRILL's research goals. In this video, join us at some of the most extraordinary places on Earth that have shown us some fascinating geological stories.
Standalone animation: Geology The Geology standalone animation and the demonstration are the productions of E-Animations Corp.
Garret's World Of Geology 1 Crystal lined geodes at First Creek near Ellensburg, Wa.
David McGahan's World - Geology Zillions of years ago, when the Earth was just forming...
Historical Geology part 1 of 10 Historical Geology if anyone has any questions, please ask...this documentary is a simple overview and does'nt really explain its material in detail. Enjoy the video cool google earth/tectonic history thingie : .au
Bret Clayton, Rio Tinto: Balancing Politics and Geology Related article from Stanford Graduate School of Business: goo.gl Bret Clayton discusses the topic of "The Global Dynamics of Strategic Resources." RioTinto is one of the world's leading mining and exploration companies with operations in six continents and $85B in assets.
The Geology Student: Comedy Short (2006) View the blog post:
Geology Rap Geology is crunk! Learn about the rock cycle and plate tectonics with the latest rap by Mrs. Harvey. But be careful....geology can be HOT!!! LYRICS: Geology Its the study of rocks Mrs. Harveylicious gonna rock yo socks With the knowledge of the earth and its forms I know yo brains are thirsty, so get ready for the storm Its called the rock cycle and it goes round and round Consider it a geologic merry-go-round So hop on, cause this ride aint whack And Ill take you to the middle of the earth and back It starts with a rock getting weathered and eroded They get eaten away like iron thats corroded Wind, water, ice, and sulfuric acid rain These can all reduce a rock to itty bitty grains Called sediments, like dust in the wind When their transportation stops, deposition can begin Then pressure starts to build from the bottom to the top Cementation and compaction form a sedimentary rock Layers upon layers We be findin bones and shells in dem layers But when those layers get pushed down in the mantle The heat and pressure that results is far too great to handle Oh snap, wheres my sedimentary rock? My sedimentary rock is now a metamorphic rock Over years and years the rock is slowly changed The molecular structure of the rocks is rearranged As the metamorphic rock moves closer to the core It flows into the magma and melts more and more Cooling, crystallizing to an igneous rock If you touch it while its cooling, you best drop it like its hawwwt! The rock cycle (X4) Fo sheezy ...
Carlsbad Caverns Geology Geologist Devin Dennie takes a quick look at the science behind Carlsbad Caverns National Park and its relationship to the Permian Reef. This is from the GeoAmerica series.
2. Geology fossils and riverbeds Geology, layers of sedimentation , and what they contain...basically.
Lecture - 1 Introduction to Engineering Geology Lecture Series on Engineering Geology by basis Roy, Department of Civil Engineering,IITKharagpur.For more Courses visit nptel.iitm.ac.in
Geologist NW US predictions: "Seismic Window" in Pacific Ring of Fire & Earthquake Fish (in SoCal) Geologist Jim Berkland gives us background information on familiar anomalies (spatial and earth) that clue us to upcoming earthquakes. Berkland was famous for predicting the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake in San Francisco (also known as the Quake of '89 and the World Series Earthquake). Jim Berkland: "Seismic Window" (Highest Tidal Force): 19 - 26 Mar 2011, then next closest approach of the moon will be in 2016.
Geology: Volcano Volcano and its shape and forms
Plutonium: Nuclear vs. Geological Solutions (January 24, 2011) Rod Ewing gives a presentation as part of the Stanford Geological Sciences Distinguished Speaker Series. He talks about the future of nuclear energy and more importantly, nuclear waste and its disposal -- emphasizing that it is an issue that needs to be addressed sooner rather than later. Stanford University: www.stanford.edu Stanford School of Earth Sciences: pangea.stanford.edu Stanford University Channel on YouTube:
Geology 101 Online Course - UniversalClass Interested in geology? Take this online course offered by UniversalClass.
Why I Became a Geologist- Randy Marrett Dr. Randy Marrett is an Associate Professor in the Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Texas. Dr. Marrett's research concentrates on deformation processes in the upper continental crust where folds, faults, and opening-mode fractures are the most important products. This work is applicable to a wide range of human concerns such as natural hazards (eg, earthquakes, volcanoes) and the flow of fluids through rock (eg, hydrocarbons, water, contaminants). Some common themes that relate his disparate interests are quantitative field observations and ***ysis, especially using techniques that address spatial and size scaling of structures. Dr. Marrett currently has on-going projects that address active faulting and geyser eruption patterns in the Central Andes of Argentina and Chile, detachment folding and curved orogenic belt development in the Sierra Madre Oriental of Mexico, and opening-mode fracturing in numerous areas.
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Perspectives on Ocean Science: Geology in Your Backyard Learn how plate tectonics plays a critical role in shaping the onshore and offshore terrain around La Jolla. Dr. Neal Driscoll will present new offshore data illustrating the interplay between sediments, tectonics and sea level. Series: "Perspectives on Ocean Science" [1/2004] [Science] [Show ID: 7970]
Creation Geology Propaganda Debunked Science & Reason on Facebook: "Debunking Creationist Geology (Part 1)" by • --- Please subscribe to Science & Reason: • • • • --- This is the first episode of a multi-part series debunking creationist claims against geology. This episode debunks Eric Hovind and his "CreationMinute" claims regarding: • Flood Legends • Erosion • Coal Seams • Clams on Mt. Everest • The Grand Canyon --- All clips/images used in this video are either copyright-free or covered under "Fair Use" for nonprofit educational purposes (Title 17 § 107 of the USC). .
The Geological Diagrams of Buckminster Fuller K. Michael Hays (Arch 1976) presented drawings and models from the Buckminster Fuller archive that demonstrate his understanding of the geometrical foundation of natural and designed phenomena. Presented on October 29, 2008, in the Architecture Auditorium. Michael Hays has played a central role in the advancement of architectural theory and the role of the architect as cultural critic. As editor of Assemblage and author of numerous books, he has focused attention on the work of Hannes Meyer, Ludwig Hilberseimer and Mies van der Rohe; as well as Peter Eisenman, Machado & Silvetti and the late John Hejduk. He is the Eliot Noyes Professor of Architectural Theory at Harvard University and the first curator of architecture at the Whitney Museum of American Art where he directed the recent exhibition on Buckminster Fuller.
Why Do Geologists Love Beer? Wired Science heads to the American Geophysical Union's fall meeting in San Francisco to see why geologists -- more than other scientists -- seem to have a burning love affair with beer.
Careers in Geology UA's geological sciences department recently hosted the television show "On the Job" for a close-up look at career opportunities in the field. (Produced by Alabama Industrial Development Training, the state's workforce training institute, in cooperation with Alabama Public Television). For more information, see
Geology in Quran PLEASE READ IT ALL!!! In Geology, the phenomenon of folding is a recently discovered fact. Folding is responsible for the formation of mountain ranges. The earths crust, on which we live, is like a solid shell, while the deeper layers are hot and fluid, and thus inhospitable to any form of life. It is also known that the stability of the mountains is linked to the phenomenon of folding, for it was the folds that were to provide foundations for the relief that constitute the mountains. Geologists tell us that the radius of the Earth is about 3750 miles and the crust on which we live is very thin, ranging between 1 to 30 miles. Since the crust is thin, it has a high possibility of shaking. Mountains act like stakes or tent pegs that hold the earths crust and give it stability. The Quraan contains exactly such a description in the following verse: Have We not made The earth as a wide Expanse, And the mountains as pegs? [Al-Quraan 78:6-7] The word awtad means stakes or pegs (like those used to anchor a tent); they are the deep foundations of geological folds. A book named Earth is considered as a basic reference textbook on geology in many universities around the world. One of the authors of this book is Frank Press, who was the President of the Academy of Sciences in the USA for 12 years and was the Science Advisor to former US President Jimmy Carter. In this book he illustrates the mountain in a wedge-shape and the mountain itself as a small part of the whole, whose root is ...
Genesis and Geology The Channeled Scablands; Scientific Bias Against Catastrophism. "In the end, the truth of catastrophism did win, but it took more than 50 years to see the project through. And this was despite the fact that the event in question was relatively easy to document through field observations." EK Peters, No Stone Unturned: Reasoning About Rocks and Fossils, 1991, pp. 78 and 84. "Increase of knowledge about biology has tended to emphasize the extreme rigidity of type, and more and more to discount the idea of transmutation from one type to another--the essential basis of Darwinism." *McNair Wilson, "The Witness of Science, "Oxford Medical Publishlications (1942). "The theory [evolution] is a big mistake." *Louis Agassiz, quoted in H. Enoch, Evolution or Creation (1986), p. 139 [Aggassiz was a Harvard University professor] "To my mind, the theory does not stand up at all." *H. Lipson, "A Physicist Looks at Evolution", Physics Bulletin 31 (1980), p. 138. "From thealmost total absence of fossil evidence relative to the origin of the phyla, it follows that any explaination of the mechanism in the creative evolution of the fundamental structure plans is heavily burdened with hypothesis. This should appear as an epigraph to every book on evolution. The lack of direct evidence leads to the forulation of pure conjecture as to the genesis of the phylia; we do not even have a basis to determine the extent to which these opinions are correct." *PP Grasse, Evolution of ...
Geologists Anonymous If you've ever felt alone... If you've ever felt different... If you've ever felt a compulsion to work with rocks... ... Geologists Anonymous is here to help. We're all in this together. .au http
Geology of Hawaii Ricky's Vid Geology of Hawaii 2007 Spring Break
Black Hills Institute of Geological Research Introduction - Introduction to BHI, the internationally recognized fossil researcher and supplier of highest quality original fossils and cast replicas including T. rex, Triceratops, Stegosaurus, and other dinosaurs; mammals like mammoth, giant ground sloth, cats, and more; prehistoric birds, flying reptiles, turtles (including giant Archelon), Mosasaur, Plesiosaur and other sea creatures. BHI also provides consultation and custom preparation, molding, and mounting services. Produced by BHIGR, and created by Timothy Larson and Kristin Donnan-Standard.
GEOLOGY ROCKS! (Jasongs) A true "rock" song. Check out the CD quality, stereo version along with a host of other great songs at: itunes, LYRICS: VERSE High up on a mountain Looking down upon this earth. All the treasures lying there I wonder what they're worth People put a price...
Becoming a geologist Short, informative video about becoming a geologist From: web1.dol.state.nj.us
Geologic Carbon Sequestration Climate change provides strong motivation to reduce CO2 emissions from the burning of fossil fuels. Carbon dioxide capture and storage involves the capture, compression, and transport of CO2 to geologically favorable areas, where its injected into porous rock more than one kilometer underground for permanent storage. Curt Oldenburg, who heads Berkeley Labs Geologic Carbon Sequestration Program, focuses on the challenges, opportunities, and research needs of this innovative technology. Series: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Summer Lecture Series [9/2009] [Science] [Show ID: 17050]
Petroleum Geology of Southern Libya, Sample Clip of Part 1 The film "Geology of southern Libya" summarizes the present geological knowledge of the region and provides modern, state-of-the-art training material to be used in individual or group training. Desert outcrop scenes integrated with subsurface data form the core of the film and are supplemented by 3D satellite flights, conceptual 2D- and 3D-animations and modern ***ogue facies equivalents. Senior geological experts are interviewed introducing the various key elements in the geological history of the region.
Geology of Caves and Caverns See an excerpt from this fascinating and beautiful title in the Physical Geography II series from TMW Media, which illustrates what water can do below the earth's surface, over long periods of time. Using animated and real life sequences, this program explores some important caves, their formations and teaches students how underground water dissolves limestone to form caves, caverns, stalagmites, stalagtites and boxfork formations.
Oceanic geology - Lesson 6 - Part 3 of 7 Oceanic Geology -- Lesson 6 - 3 of 7 •Bruce Heezen explaining -- turbidity currents - reason for cable breakage - Nov 18 1921 Newfoundland -- 13 underwater cable breaks •Illustration/animation showing a turbidity currents • Blast charges underwater; reflections recorded •Bruce Heezen talking about oil in the continental rise •Commercial drilling of the ocean, Offshore drilling •Deep sea drilling ship •Deepest parts of the oceans, Abyssal plains (4-6 km) flattest areas on earth •Chemicals sediments from the seawater itself -- manganese nodules , nickel copper & cobalt
Structural Geology Research with Dr. Randy Merrett Dr. Randy Merrett is an Associate Professor in the Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Texas. Dr. Marrett's research concentrates on deformation processes in the upper continental crust where folds, faults, and opening-mode fractures are the most important products. This work is applicable to a wide range of human concerns such as natural hazards (eg, earthquakes, volcanoes) and the flow of fluids through rock (eg, hydrocarbons, water, contaminants). Some common themes that relate his disparate interests are quantitative field observations and ***ysis, especially using techniques that address spatial and size scaling of structures. Dr. Marrett currently has on-going projects that address active faulting and geyser eruption patterns in the Central Andes of Argentina and Chile, detachment folding and curved orogenic belt development in the Sierra Madre Oriental of Mexico, and opening-mode fracturing in numerous areas.