Paleowave is just another [geo/climate] science blog that predominantly focuses on a poorly represented area in the geoscientific blogosphere: paleoceanography & paleoseismology.
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Here is a gif (click here for full version) of rainfall over the Indian subcontinent and concurrent sea-surface salinity (SSS) in the Indian Ocean with the targeted sites for Expedition 353 (red circles). The precipitation data are in mm of rainfall per day and the SSS data are displayed in practical salinity units. Each frame displays average monthly data for 55 years from 1958-2013 […]
09:45 – Alarm rings; Hit snooze. 10:00 – Slowly climb down from bunk bed. 10:10 – Brush/shower/shave. Leave laundry bag outside. 10:30 – Breakfast: All bran cereal and Gossner Whole Milk. Grab a quick cup of Ahmed Tea (‘England’s Finest’) 11:00 – Head to the core lab for a quick update from the night-shift sedimentologists. […]
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