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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Last week I was out in the Gulf of Mexico aboard the R/V Pelican for a short little research cruise. Our main intent was to find and redeploy a long-running sediment trap. A sediment trap is an instrument used in oceanographic studies to “trap” sediment formed in the column of water above it. They are […]
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