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Fraser River meets the sea.

Fraser River meets the sea.

Jules Verne visualizer for geophysical data sets in map view  Try plotting earthquakes, motion vectors, strain rates and much much more.  The interface is unconventional so you will save a lot of time by watching the tutorial before starting.  Save command is in an odd place too.  You can save an image or save a file that remembers how to recreate the visualization.  http://jules.unavco.org/Voyager/Earth

Jules Verne visualizer for geophysical data sets in map view Try plotting earthquakes, motion vectors, strain rates and much much more. The interface is unconventional so you will save a lot of time by watching the tutorial before starting. Save command is in an odd place too. You can save an image or save a file that remembers how to recreate the visualization. http://jules.unavco.org/Voyager/Earth

Some of humanity's most ancient artifacts are threatened--by war (in the case of Palmyra in Syria) or climate change, or neglect--but a laser-scanning technique could help preserve them in some form for posterity.  Using Lasers to Reveal the Secrets of Lost Civilizations WIRED Google+

Some of humanity's most ancient artifacts are threatened--by war (in the case of Palmyra in Syria) or climate change, or neglect--but a laser-scanning technique could help preserve them in some form for posterity. Using Lasers to Reveal the Secrets of Lost Civilizations WIRED Google+

Photo is copyright free for non-commercial educational purposes Just credit photo to R.Weller/Cochise college

Photo is copyright free for non-commercial educational purposes Just credit photo to R.

Cappadocia, Turkey.  Volcanic activity started around 10 millions years ago (Early Miocene) provided ignimbrite, ash, block and ash flows and their resultant tuff - often 100s of meters thick with amazing colors and textures. These rocks later eroded to plateaus and valleys containing different types of fairy chimneys depending on the rock type and erosion style.  http://www.kayadam.com/geography-of-cappadocia/

Cappadocia, Turkey. Volcanic activity started around 10 millions years ago (Early Miocene) provided ignimbrite, ash, block and ash flows and their resultant tuff - often 100s of meters thick with amazing colors and textures. These rocks later eroded to plateaus and valleys containing different types of fairy chimneys depending on the rock type and erosion style. http://www.kayadam.com/geography-of-cappadocia/

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Canada Bear ~ Brown Bear & Map Watercolour mixed media at Ipswich Museum Super, oder?

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