• Nicole Raineault, Marine Geologist: JASON STEM Career Q&A

    www.jason.org/live On May 17, 2013 JASON Learning connected with Dr. Nicole Raineault, a marine geologist and research scientist who is a member of the Nautilus Corps of Exploration (www.nautiluslive.org). Learn more about Nicole: http://www.jason.org/live/stem-career-qa-nicole-raineault-marine-geologist JASON Learning is a non-profit organization that connects students to real science and exploration to inspire and motivate them to study and pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields. We embed the exciting STEM professionals and cutting-edge research of our partners into award-winning online and print core curricula, adaptable resources, live interactive events and professional development. In addition to our standards-aligned educational resources such ...

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  • Marine Geology at the Center for Coastal Studies

    An overview of research carried out by the Marine Geology department at the Center for Coastal Studies, Provincetown MA.

    published: 31 Jul 2015
  • Unit 2 Marine Geology Lectures 10-11

    Sea Floor Features and Marine Sediments

    published: 17 Feb 2013
  • Marine Geology & Geophysics at the University of Otago

    Fieldwork from a 5 day trip to Stewart Island for OCEN323 (Marine Geology & Geophysics). The paper is run by the Marine Science Department at the University of Otago. Work was based on the RV Polaris II. We used Boomer and CHIRP for our geophysical surveys, and this was complemented by grab sampling, gravity coring, and piston coring to sample the sediments. Music: Tycho // Awake Footage: Chris Moy Michael Bollen Editing: Michael Bollen

    published: 25 Sep 2016
  • What is MARINE GEOLOGY? What does MARINE GEOLOGY mean? MARINE GEOLOGY meaning & explanation

    What is MARINE GEOLOGY? What does MARINE GEOLOGY mean? MARINE GEOLOGY meaning - MARINE GEOLOGY definition - MARINE GEOLOGY explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Marine geology or geological oceanography is the study of the history and structure of the ocean floor. It involves geophysical, geochemical, sedimentological and paleontological investigations of the ocean floor and coastal zone. Marine geology has strong ties to physical oceanography. Marine geological studies were of extreme importance in providing the critical evidence for sea floor spreading and plate tectonics in the years following World War II. The deep ocean floor is the last essentially unexplored frontier and detailed mapping in support of bo...

    published: 03 Jan 2017
  • Marine geologists (part one).mpg

    Почти два десятилетия бороздит моря и океаны научно- исследовательское судно «Профессор Логачев». На его борту менялись научные составы и руководители рейсов, но задача оставалась прежней: искать руду на шельфе и дне океана. О том, как морские геологи трудятся вдали от дома, утверждая приоритет России, а их коллеги работают в Арктике, мы расскажем в этом телевизионном фильме. Среди участников: директор Полярной Морской геологоразведочной экспедиции В.Крюков, главный инженер М.Маслов, исследователь Антарктиды В.Масолов, начальник атлантического рейса А.Кротов, геолог с многолетним стажем В.Марков. Над видеофильмом работали Юлия и Станислав Мелейко. Sea Geologists For more than two decades the scientific-research ship «Pr...

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  • Marine Geology Career Presentations

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  • EarthScope Chonicles: Marine Geology Research - Danielle Sumy

    When she was very young, Danielle Sumy’s experience on the Earthquake ride at Universal Studios launched her quest to understand how earthquakes happen. Here she describes how this encounter and her early love of science motivated her to become a geophysicist. Video produced by McLean Media. Ocean Planet Flyby by NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, Scientific Visualization Studio. Underwater magma footage by NSF and NOAA. Beach footage by NOAA Ocean Media Center. Additional images courtesy Danielle Sumy, USGS, and Visit South Walton (visitsouthwalton.com). Title music provided by Flying Hands Music Additional Music: “One Sly Move” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com). Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Copyright McLean Media, ...

    published: 13 May 2015
  • Marine geologists (part two).mpg - Морские геологи

    Почти два десятилетия бороздит моря и океаны научно- исследовательское судно «Профессор Логачев». На его борту менялись научные составы и руководители рейсов, но задача оставалась прежней: искать руду на шельфе и дне океана. О том, как морские геологи трудятся вдали от дома, утверждая приоритет России, а их коллеги работают в Арктике, мы расскажем в этом телевизионном фильме. Среди участников: директор Полярной Морской геологоразведочной экспедиции В.Крюков, главный инженер М.Маслов, исследователь Антарктиды В.Масолов, начальник атлантического рейса А.Кротов, геолог с многолетним стажем В.Марков. Над видеофильмом работали Юлия и Станислав Мелейко. Sea Geologists For more than two decades the scientific-research ship «Professor Logatchev» has been furrowing the seas and ocean...

    published: 20 Apr 2010
  • Why Do Rivers Have Deltas?

    Where rivers meet the ocean, coastlines tend to bend either inward or outward, creating estuaries and deltas. But how do they get those shapes? A huge thank-you to the following organizations, all working toward sustainable deltas, for sponsoring this video: the Belmont Forum, the Sustainable Deltas Initiative, the National Center for Earth-Surface Dynamics, the St Anthony Falls Laboratory of the University of Minnesota, and the DELTAS project. These organizations study deltas around the world, in particular how they’re threatened by human activities such as building dams, channelizing rivers, and climate change-induced sea-level rise. If we don’t pay attention, we might lose the landform that allowed us to become civilized in the first place. Thanks also to our Patreon patrons: - Today...

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  • How a grain of sand rewrote our ocean's history | Andrew Wheeler | TEDxDublin

    This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Earth is an oceanic planet, and its seabeds remain largely unexplored. Andrew Wheeler and his team use ROVs to collect core samples from the deep ocean, their layers revealing Earth's geological history. Andrew tells the story a grain of sand taken from the deep ocean, and how it has changed our understanding of how Ireland's landscape was shaped two million years ago. Andrew Wheeler is a marine geologist and ocean explorer. He has led many deep-water surveys mapping and sampling the seabed. Andrew's studies have taken him from the Arctic to sub-tropical Pacific, from mid-ocean ridges to shallow shelf, and he is fascinated by the geology of cold-water coral reefs. About TEDx, x = independently org...

    published: 03 Dec 2014
  • Vibracoring: Reconstructing the past from Earth sediments

    http://gallery.usgs.gov/videos/534 Geologists rely on information from deep beneath the Earth's surface to reconstruct the past. As sediments accumulate over time, they create records geologists use to understand Earth history and to predict future processes and trends. The most common way to get this information is to drill a hole in the Earth where sediments have been deposited over time. The type of drilling tool used for cores depends on how deep and how hard the sediments are. Vibracoring is one of the tools used in shallow coastal areas where sediments consist of soft sand and mud. This video podcast describes how cores are collected in shallow water from the deck of a research vessel using vibracoring. The sediments drilled are recovered in the form of a core that will contain an i...

    published: 18 Apr 2012
  • Geological Oceanography by Addie Biesel

    This video is about Geological Oceanography by Addie Biesel

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  • 37 Depositional Environments

    From glacial highs, to abyssal lows, this episode explores the many sedimentary environments and their rock forms.

    published: 26 Nov 2015
  • Antarctica Blood Falls Marine Geologist struggle to Explains Blood Fall Mystery

    Antarctica Blood fall is a five story tall water fall that is as red as blood. Scientist and marine geologist has been tackling to unravel the mystery of the red liquid substance from Antarctica. So tired of this evolution millions of year bullshit. Please can anyone here try and explain mystery of the Blood fall. To me I think this proofs the earth is a living thing, has blood and can bleed. Its that simple and not this millions of years garbage they keep feeding us with.

    published: 30 Jan 2017
  • Geologists - Career Profile

    As seen on http://www.QuietAgent.com , Anonymously evaluating every job, every day for you. Study the composition, structure, and other physical aspects of the earth. May use geological, physics, and mathematics knowledge in exploration for oil, gas, minerals, or underground water; or in waste disposal, land reclamation, or other environmental problems. May study the earth's internal composition, atmospheres, oceans, and its magnetic, electrical, and gravitational forces. Includes mineralogists, crystallographers, paleontologists, stratigraphers, geodesists, and seismologists.

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Nicole Raineault, Marine Geologist: JASON STEM Career Q&A

Nicole Raineault, Marine Geologist: JASON STEM Career Q&A

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www.jason.org/live On May 17, 2013 JASON Learning connected with Dr. Nicole Raineault, a marine geologist and research scientist who is a member of the Nautilus Corps of Exploration (www.nautiluslive.org). Learn more about Nicole: http://www.jason.org/live/stem-career-qa-nicole-raineault-marine-geologist JASON Learning is a non-profit organization that connects students to real science and exploration to inspire and motivate them to study and pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields. We embed the exciting STEM professionals and cutting-edge research of our partners into award-winning online and print core curricula, adaptable resources, live interactive events and professional development. In addition to our standards-aligned educational resources such as videos, articles with read-to-me functionality, games, and hands-on labs; JASON also offers a wealth of teacher resources including online lesson plans, assessments, classroom management and more.
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Marine Geology at the Center for Coastal Studies

Marine Geology at the Center for Coastal Studies

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An overview of research carried out by the Marine Geology department at the Center for Coastal Studies, Provincetown MA.
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Unit 2 Marine Geology Lectures 10-11

Unit 2 Marine Geology Lectures 10-11

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Sea Floor Features and Marine Sediments
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Marine Geology & Geophysics at the University of Otago

Marine Geology & Geophysics at the University of Otago

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Fieldwork from a 5 day trip to Stewart Island for OCEN323 (Marine Geology & Geophysics). The paper is run by the Marine Science Department at the University of Otago. Work was based on the RV Polaris II. We used Boomer and CHIRP for our geophysical surveys, and this was complemented by grab sampling, gravity coring, and piston coring to sample the sediments. Music: Tycho // Awake Footage: Chris Moy Michael Bollen Editing: Michael Bollen
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What is MARINE GEOLOGY? What does MARINE GEOLOGY mean? MARINE GEOLOGY meaning & explanation

What is MARINE GEOLOGY? What does MARINE GEOLOGY mean? MARINE GEOLOGY meaning & explanation

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What is MARINE GEOLOGY? What does MARINE GEOLOGY mean? MARINE GEOLOGY meaning - MARINE GEOLOGY definition - MARINE GEOLOGY explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Marine geology or geological oceanography is the study of the history and structure of the ocean floor. It involves geophysical, geochemical, sedimentological and paleontological investigations of the ocean floor and coastal zone. Marine geology has strong ties to physical oceanography. Marine geological studies were of extreme importance in providing the critical evidence for sea floor spreading and plate tectonics in the years following World War II. The deep ocean floor is the last essentially unexplored frontier and detailed mapping in support of both military (submarine) objectives and economic (petroleum and metal mining) objectives drives the research. The Ring of Fire around the Pacific Ocean with its attendant intense volcanism and seismic activity poses a major threat for disastrous earthquakes, tsunamis and volcanic eruptions. Any early warning systems for these disastrous events will require a more detailed understanding of marine geology of coastal and island arc environments. The study of littoral and deep sea sedimentation and the precipitation and dissolution rates of calcium carbonate in various marine environments has important implications for global climate change. The discovery and continued study of mid-ocean rift zone volcanism and hydrothermal vents, first in the Red Sea and later along the East Pacific Rise and the Mid-Atlantic Ridge systems were and continue to be important areas of marine geological research. The extremophile organisms discovered living within and adjacent to those hydrothermal systems have had a pronounced impact on our understanding of life on Earth and potentially the origin of life within such an environment. Oceanic trenches are hemispheric-scale long but narrow topographic depressions of the sea floor. They also are the deepest parts of the ocean floor. The Mariana Trench (or Marianas Trench) is the deepest known submarine trench, and the deepest location in the Earth's crust itself. A subduction zone where the Pacific Plate is being subducted under the Philippine Sea Plate. The bottom of the trench is further below sea level than Mount Everest is above sea level.
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Marine geologists (part one).mpg

Marine geologists (part one).mpg

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Почти два десятилетия бороздит моря и океаны научно- исследовательское судно «Профессор Логачев». На его борту менялись научные составы и руководители рейсов, но задача оставалась прежней: искать руду на шельфе и дне океана. О том, как морские геологи трудятся вдали от дома, утверждая приоритет России, а их коллеги работают в Арктике, мы расскажем в этом телевизионном фильме. Среди участников: директор Полярной Морской геологоразведочной экспедиции В.Крюков, главный инженер М.Маслов, исследователь Антарктиды В.Масолов, начальник атлантического рейса А.Кротов, геолог с многолетним стажем В.Марков. Над видеофильмом работали Юлия и Станислав Мелейко. Sea Geologists For more than two decades the scientific-research ship «Professor Logatchev» has been furrowing the seas and oceans. Although the executives in charge and the scientific staff were altered, the objective remained the same: searching for ore on the shelf and on the bottom of the ocean. The video is intended to tell our viewers how the sea geologists and their colleagues in the Arctic Regions are labouring far away from their homeland, establishing Russia's priority in this industry. Among the participants are: V. Kriukov, the director of the Polar Seas geological prospecting expedition, M. Maslov, the chief engineer, V. Masolov, the Antarctics explorer, A. Krotov, the head of the Atlantic passage, V. Markov, geologist of many years experience. The video was created by Julia and Stanislav Meleyko.
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Marine Geology Career Presentations

Marine Geology Career Presentations

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EarthScope Chonicles: Marine Geology Research - Danielle Sumy

EarthScope Chonicles: Marine Geology Research - Danielle Sumy

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When she was very young, Danielle Sumy’s experience on the Earthquake ride at Universal Studios launched her quest to understand how earthquakes happen. Here she describes how this encounter and her early love of science motivated her to become a geophysicist. Video produced by McLean Media. Ocean Planet Flyby by NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, Scientific Visualization Studio. Underwater magma footage by NSF and NOAA. Beach footage by NOAA Ocean Media Center. Additional images courtesy Danielle Sumy, USGS, and Visit South Walton (visitsouthwalton.com). Title music provided by Flying Hands Music Additional Music: “One Sly Move” 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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Marine geologists (part two).mpg - Морские геологи

Marine geologists (part two).mpg - Морские геологи

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Почти два десятилетия бороздит моря и океаны научно- исследовательское судно «Профессор Логачев». На его борту менялись научные составы и руководители рейсов, но задача оставалась прежней: искать руду на шельфе и дне океана. О том, как морские геологи трудятся вдали от дома, утверждая приоритет России, а их коллеги работают в Арктике, мы расскажем в этом телевизионном фильме. Среди участников: директор Полярной Морской геологоразведочной экспедиции В.Крюков, главный инженер М.Маслов, исследователь Антарктиды В.Масолов, начальник атлантического рейса А.Кротов, геолог с многолетним стажем В.Марков. Над видеофильмом работали Юлия и Станислав Мелейко. Sea Geologists For more than two decades the scientific-research ship «Professor Logatchev» has been furrowing the seas and oceans. Although the executives in charge and the scientific staff were altered, the objective remained the same: searching for ore on the shelf and on the bottom of the ocean. The video is intended to tell our viewers how the sea geologists and their colleagues in the Arctic Regions are labouring far away from their homeland, establishing Russia's priority in this industry. Among the participants are: V. Kriukov, the director of the Polar Seas geological prospecting expedition, M. Maslov, the chief engineer, V. Masolov, the Antarctics explorer, A. Krotov, the head of the Atlantic passage, V. Markov, geologist of many years experience. The video was created by Julia and Stanislav Meleyko.
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Why Do Rivers Have Deltas?

Why Do Rivers Have Deltas?

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Where rivers meet the ocean, coastlines tend to bend either inward or outward, creating estuaries and deltas. But how do they get those shapes? A huge thank-you to the following organizations, all working toward sustainable deltas, for sponsoring this video: the Belmont Forum, the Sustainable Deltas Initiative, the National Center for Earth-Surface Dynamics, the St Anthony Falls Laboratory of the University of Minnesota, and the DELTAS project. These organizations study deltas around the world, in particular how they’re threatened by human activities such as building dams, channelizing rivers, and climate change-induced sea-level rise. If we don’t pay attention, we might lose the landform that allowed us to become civilized in the first place. Thanks also to our Patreon patrons: - Today I Found Out - Jeff Straathof - Mark Roth - Maarten Bremer - Tony Fadell - Antoine Coeur - Nicholas Buckendorf - Alberto Bortoni - Valentin - Muhammad Shifaz ___________________________________________ Want to learn more about the topic in this week’s video? Here are some keywords/phrases to get your googling started: – delta: the piled-up sediment (typically triangular, or greek-letter-delta-shaped) deposited by a river as it flows into a larger body of water – estuary: a partially enclosed body of brackish (part salt, part fresh) water that connects one or more ocean-bound streams/rivers to the open sea. Geologists classify estuaries into four basic types (bar-built, coastal plain/drowned river, tectonic, and fjord), based on the geologic processes that formed them. – ice age: this is a term that geologists use a little differently than non-scientists. Geologically speaking, an ice age is a fairly long period (~100-300 million years) of relatively cold temperatures on Earth. Within these long periods of time, the climate warms and cools lots of times, causing the ice sheets to retreat and advance; geologists refer to the colder time intervals as "glacials" and the warmer periods as "interglacials". We are currently in an "interglacial" phase (that started ~15,000 years ago) of an ice age that started ~2.6 million years ago, but because that's kind of complicated, we just say "the end of the last ice age" when what we really mean is "the end of the last 'glacial' cycle of the current ice age." – marine transgression / marine regression: on the surface, these are just fancy ways of talking about sea level going up and down. But for geologists, "transgression" and "regression" are more useful, because land sometimes goes up and down too. For example, if movement along a tectonic fault causes part of the coast to drop below sea level, it might get flooded, but it wouldn't be accurate to attribute the flooding to sea level rise. So geologists describe the situation as "marine transgression" instead. These terms comes in handy when we're talking about deltas and estuaries: deltas are formed by marine regression, and estuaries by marine transgression. ___________________________________________ Credits (and Twitter handles): Script Writer: Emily Elert (@eelert) Script Editor: Kate Yoshida (@KateYoshida) Video Illustrator: Omkar Bhagat (@TheCuriousEnggr) Video Director: Emily Elert (@eelert) With Contributions From: Alex Reich (@alexhreich), Henry Reich (@minutephysics) and Ever Salazar (@eversalazar) Music by: Nathaniel Schroeder: http://www.soundcloud.com/drschroeder _________________________________________ Like our videos? Subscribe to MinuteEarth on YouTube: http://goo.gl/EpIDGd And for exclusive early access to all our videos, sign up with Vessel: https://goo.gl/hgD1iJ Already subscribed? Help us keep making MinuteEarth by supporting us on Patreon: https://goo.gl/ZVgLQZ Also, say hello on: Facebook: http://goo.gl/FpAvo6 Twitter: http://goo.gl/Y1aWVC And find us on itunes: https://goo.gl/sfwS6n ________________________ References: Bhattacharya, J.P. (2003) Deltas and Estuaries, In: Middleton G.V. (editor) Encyclopedia of Sedimentology, Kluwer Academic 145-152. http://www.geosc.uh.edu/docs/geos/faculty-files/pdf/2003.pdf Day, J., Gunn, J., Folan, W., Yáñez-Arancibia, A., & Horton, B. (2007). Emergence of complex societies after sea level stabilized. Eos Trans. AGU Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 88(15), 169-170. Giosan, L., Goodbred, S.L. (2006) Deltaic Environments. Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science. https://www.whoi.edu/science/GG/coastal/publications/pdfs/Giosan&Goodbred_DeltEnv_REVISED.pdf Gupta, A. (2007). Large rivers: Geomorphology and management. Chichester, England: John Wiley. Russell, R.J. (1967) Aspects of Coastal Morphology. Geografiska Annaler. Series A, Physical Geography 49: 299-309. (Abstract) http://www.jstor.org/stable/520896?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents Wright, L.D. (1977) Sediment transport and deposition at river mouths: A synthesis. Geological Society of America Bulletin 88:857-868.
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How a grain of sand rewrote our ocean's history | Andrew Wheeler | TEDxDublin

How a grain of sand rewrote our ocean's history | Andrew Wheeler | TEDxDublin

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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Earth is an oceanic planet, and its seabeds remain largely unexplored. Andrew Wheeler and his team use ROVs to collect core samples from the deep ocean, their layers revealing Earth's geological history. Andrew tells the story a grain of sand taken from the deep ocean, and how it has changed our understanding of how Ireland's landscape was shaped two million years ago. Andrew Wheeler is a marine geologist and ocean explorer. He has led many deep-water surveys mapping and sampling the seabed. Andrew's studies have taken him from the Arctic to sub-tropical Pacific, from mid-ocean ridges to shallow shelf, and he is fascinated by the geology of cold-water coral reefs. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Vibracoring: Reconstructing the past from Earth sediments

Vibracoring: Reconstructing the past from Earth sediments

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http://gallery.usgs.gov/videos/534 Geologists rely on information from deep beneath the Earth's surface to reconstruct the past. As sediments accumulate over time, they create records geologists use to understand Earth history and to predict future processes and trends. The most common way to get this information is to drill a hole in the Earth where sediments have been deposited over time. The type of drilling tool used for cores depends on how deep and how hard the sediments are. Vibracoring is one of the tools used in shallow coastal areas where sediments consist of soft sand and mud. This video podcast describes how cores are collected in shallow water from the deck of a research vessel using vibracoring. The sediments drilled are recovered in the form of a core that will contain an intact record of the past. Core samples are used to assess the geologic history of an area, such as its geomorphology; coastal, marine, and terrestrial processes; and changes in environmental quality.
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Geological Oceanography by Addie Biesel

Geological Oceanography by Addie Biesel

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This video is about Geological Oceanography by Addie Biesel
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37 Depositional Environments

37 Depositional Environments

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From glacial highs, to abyssal lows, this episode explores the many sedimentary environments and their rock forms.
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Antarctica Blood Falls Marine Geologist struggle to Explains Blood Fall Mystery

Antarctica Blood Falls Marine Geologist struggle to Explains Blood Fall Mystery

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Antarctica Blood fall is a five story tall water fall that is as red as blood. Scientist and marine geologist has been tackling to unravel the mystery of the red liquid substance from Antarctica. So tired of this evolution millions of year bullshit. Please can anyone here try and explain mystery of the Blood fall. To me I think this proofs the earth is a living thing, has blood and can bleed. Its that simple and not this millions of years garbage they keep feeding us with.
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Geologists - Career Profile

Geologists - Career Profile

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As seen on http://www.QuietAgent.com , Anonymously evaluating every job, every day for you. Study the composition, structure, and other physical aspects of the earth. May use geological, physics, and mathematics knowledge in exploration for oil, gas, minerals, or underground water; or in waste disposal, land reclamation, or other environmental problems. May study the earth's internal composition, atmospheres, oceans, and its magnetic, electrical, and gravitational forces. Includes mineralogists, crystallographers, paleontologists, stratigraphers, geodesists, and seismologists.
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