The shock wave on the Tavurvur volcano in Papua New Guinea is really quite impressive!
When you write about geology you inevitably come across a couple mysteries that are just unsolved. In the Racetrack Playa in Death Valley they have many names for this phenomenon. Racing Rocks Sailing Stones Wandering Stone Moving Stones In the end they were just as puzzling. These rocks were moving without any apparent force moving […]
I’m working on a field data set from the Mediterranean Sea. There are many intellectual reasons for working this data set. However, there are some motivate my inner child as well, let me explain. The Specs The data set was recorded by TGS and is of brilliant quality. Almost 8km (5mi) in offset over the […]
I just started the end of my journey in university. I registered my Master’s thesis. This feels like quite the step and I’m very proud I’ve come so far. Today I start the last chapter of my studies. In half a year's time I'll finish my Master's. Exciting times lie ahead.— Jesper Dramsch (@JesperDramsch) July […]
At the moment I am working on my Master’s thesis. As this is taking up a lot of my resources, I fail at generating more content for this blog. Geophysics related writing goes into the thesis right now. However, I’ve written a short piece on visualizing radioaktive decay in a diffusion cloud chamber. It’s not […]
Today’s volcano is featured by a quadcopter. Be sure to check out this amazing footage! from Tumblr
In seismic data analysis a lot of work goes towards getting a good velocity model of the subsurface. We talk about the seismic velocity. However, this may lead to some serious misconceptions. One step in seismic processing is velocity analysis. We pick the velocity that adjusts our data for the best value. Usually this is […]
zafojones: Petrified wood fossil with opal formed in the growth rings. This looks amazing However, if you look closely, you realize, why scale is important in pictures like this. Can you spot the human fingers in the background? from Tumblr
If you look at that picture you see the magnificent view of palms in the middle of snow. That is egypt and it’s snowing for the first time in 112 years. Of course didn’t take long for people to wonder if this has anything to do with climate change. http://instagram.com/p/h26ZA0l3DY Is it about climate change? […]
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