Geological investigations of an Eocene hothouse world shows turbidites may be linked to extreme weather events from global warming.
The significant volume of methane patiently waiting for release from ocean bottom clathrates should give us pause for thought if global ocean temperatures continue to rise.
Highlighted artwork from ArcheanArt
We shouldn’t fear climate change. Instead, we should concentrate our energy on devising solutions for our largest ecosystem, Earth.
There was more than enough time to live and live again on Buddha’s Farm.
The evidence is mounting and pointing to a past where the Cambrian explosion was not a big-bang event with animal life suddenly appearing from the void of non-existence.
Art at ArcheanWeb: Part of the Dreamscape Series Individuals who care for their local environment are the foundation for real change, so for those of us concerned about the environment, happily croaking frogs tell an encouraging story. A neighborhood walk on a pleasant spring or early summer evening is often accompanied by pockets of frogs Read More…
Stop, Look, Pay Attention, Have a Plan Hurricanes are synonymous with flooding, and the National Weather Service tracks them from when they form to their final dissipation, so why are we constantly surprised by the flooding? Ida blew in off the Gulf of Mexico as a Category 4 storm, and news warnings accompanied it for Read More…
The orb hangs against a darkening sky, like a polished opal lying on a velvet cushion. The mysterious impact of the moment reminds us of the reverence our ancient ancestors afforded this jewel of the night. It looks so tangibly beautiful. We reach out, and in our minds, we “Touch the Moon.”
The artwork “View from Maryhill” is derived from photos and sketches taken from the Maryhill Museum’s open decking overlooking the Columbia River and the Maryhill Orchards below. A panoramic scene allows the viewer to take in the steep drop-off of the north-side cliffs and the orchards below. Across the river the southern cliffs of the gorge shoot upward, and beyond is an expanse encompassing the dry ecosystems of the Central Oregon deserts.