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Asphalt lakes are tar pits that form when a type of petroleum called bitumen is forced from underground up to the Earth's surface. Usually occurring along fault lines, the bitumen pools at the surface…
The North Atlantic Oscillation: It is one of the most important interconnections in the northern hemisphere especially affecting Europe and North America. The NAO is characterized by a north-south dip…
Use when discussing these important Paleozioc index fossils, or the animals that formed them.
Questions and answers related to BUFR, Binary Universal Form for the Representation of Meteorological data, which is a binary code designed to represent any meteorological data
Questions referring to human activity that causes an earthquake to occur.
To be used for questions asking about vehicle emissions ( from internal combustion engines) when data is being analyzed by the VEIN R package.
Volcanic Explosivity Index, a comparative measurement of volcanic eruptions based on the amount of ejecta and other observations (if possible).
Volcanic Smog formed from volcanogenic SO2 and dust particles.
Concerning the processes by which living organisms produce minerals, in addition to questions about types of mineral and advantages/disadvantages of so doing.
MOS (Model Output Statistics) is applied to improve the output of models used for numerical weather prediction.
Questions relating to hydrofluoric acid, for example its generation in nature or its use in lab contexts such as rock digestion.