American Water Announces 2017 Environmental Grant Award Recipients

Yesterday there were also fears that the site — which was being heavily guarded by police from the media as well as any terrorist threat — would flood. The bathrooms at the Commonwealth Games athletes’ village have been exposed as being in a particularly poor state Worry: Several top athletes have already pulled out of the Commonwealth Games Danger: Exposed cables and huge holes in the building work can be seen in these pictures Last minute: Child labourers continue to work on Jawaharlal Stadium in Delhi yesterday Monsoon rains have caused the nearby River Yamuna to burst its banks and stagnant water is a breeding ground for mosquitos which can carry the potentially life-threatening dengue fever. There were concerns that some of the staff that had been drafted in were children.

How to Track Animals: A Primer on Identifying Footprints

It was previously thought that the footprints dated back as far as , years, and that they had been preserved by ash falling from the sky, following the eruption of a nearby volcano. Due to high levels of ash present in the mud preserving the footprints, researchers led by Appalachian State University geologist Cynthia Liutkus-Pierce believe it may have washed down from the nearby Ol Doinyo Lengai volcano. It is thought that the the surface would have dried out in days, or even hours, preserving the prints.

A subsequent flow of volcanic debris is then thought to have buried the footprints, leaving them untouched until recent years. The footprints were preserved in the mud nine miles away from a volcano that is sacred to the Maasai.

History Pre-Roman Spain Prehistory. Human fossils in Spain belong to modern humans (Homo sapiens), the Neanderthals (H. neanderthalensis), and even earlier members of the human lineage, possibly H. erectus or H. heidelbergensis.A large number of bones have been recovered from caves at Atapuerca, Burgos, which come from sediments that are at least , years old.

We are very proud to work alongside these community partners and organizations to help safeguard our water resources. The project focuses on raising awareness about best management practices within the Hickory Creek watershed. Three rain gardens will also be installed. Illinois American Water’s team will offer lessons at the camp. Washington Park in Terre Haute, Ind. The project includes a 1, gallon holding tank for collection of the gray water, which will be used to irrigate a community garden located next to the splash pad.

The City of Kokomo is partnering with several local organizations to remove concrete debris, fill material and several storage buildings along the Wildcat Creek at Washington Street near the site of a senior living facility that is under construction. Funds from this grant will be used to help control erosion and revegetate the stream bank with native plants. The City of Gary, Ind. Department of Environmental Affairs will be coordinating with several organizations to plant approximately trees within the Little Calumet River watershed.

The project will decrease the level of nitrates, nitrites and phosphates with the installation of BioHaven floating islands. The project will restore six acres of tallgrass prairie in the Crow Creek drainage basin, erosion and runoff to the creek will be reduced resulting in better water quality, and biodiversity will be increased on the site as native species of grasses and forbs will be restored.

Chauvet Cave

Red horse head, below and to the left of the yellow horse heads. These horse heads and signs are in a small alcove, above a flat floor. Just a few lines have been used to outline more clearly the shape of a small mammoth, about 20 cm wide, taken up by the flowstone or stalagmite cascade at the entrance to the Brunel Chamber. I have highlighted the shape in the right hand photograph. The zone is heavily covered with calcite.

Introduction Fairlight is a small village located a short distance from the coast between Pett Level (half a mile to the north-east) and Hastings (4 miles to the south-west). Over the years coastal erosion has consumed much of the village outskirts and several homes have already toppled over the cliff.

Insects The first invertebrates crawled onto land by at least million years ago, and took to the air a few millennia later. The oldest insect fossils date to million years: It is thought that detritus-eating invertebrates colonized land along with the first land plants, possibly the Cooksonia that is often found with the insect fossils; insects did not develop the mouth parts for eating plants until the Carboniferous 50 million years later.

Towering foot tall club mosses and 50 to 90 foot tall horsetails dominated the marshy tropical lowlands. The club-mosses, or lycopsids, were bizarre-looking trees with scaly-barked trunks that bore leaf scars in spiral patterns, flourished branches from their crowns, and sprouted spikey leaves; their descendants are the ground-pines of temperate forests.

The giant horsetails, or sphenopsids, had trunks jointed like bamboo, with branches extending from each raised joint, or node, and bearing circlets of leaves and cones; their descendants are the little horsetails commonly found along the edges of swamps. These trees reproduced by means of spores, which were dependent on water to reproduce. Later, during the Mississipian and Pennsylvanian periods collectively known as the Carboniferous , seed-ferns colonized vast lowland tracts that extended away from the marshy edges of the sea.

The evolution of seeds, which encased the embryonic plants in a protective covering, enabled plants to reproduce in drier habitats. The decayed remains of these trees would be drowned, buried, and compressed into the great coal seams that would fuel the industrial age. Because of severe erosion, no strata or fossils from the Carboniferous are preserved in New York.

Fiona Phillips: a taste of loneliness

What a day we had — no walking, but very eventful. And I do believe this is one of the things God has been showing us from the beginning of this journey that started back on July 4, Yes, every step counts — Our prayers are claiming every step across this land for God.

Author’s Note: This is a fantasy story that builds up to a good deal of sexy fun. It starts out in our world and ends somewhere else entirely.

Paluxy Home page Acknowledgments: I wish to thank Glenn Morton, Jim Moore, Don Horne, John Tant, and David Woetzel for offering helpful comments and corrections; however, I take full responsibility for any errors that remain, and invite readers to contact me with any additional comments or corrections. Abstract An iron and wooden hammer, sometimes called the “London Artifact” or “London Hammer,” found by local hikers in a creek bed near London, Texas in , has been promoted by Carl Baugh and other strict creationists as an out-of place artifact.

They maintain that the hammer, which was partially embedded in a small, limy rock concretion, originated in a Cretaceous rock formation or an Ordovician or Silurian one, depending on the account , thus contradicting the standard geologic timetable. However, the hammer was not documented in situ, and has not been reliably associated with any specific host formation. Other relatively recent implements have been found encased in by similar nodules, and can form within centuries or even decades under proper conditions Stromberg, The hammer in question was probably dropped or discarded by a local miner or craftsman within the last few hundred years, after which dissolved limy sediment hardened into a nodule around it.

The London Hammer:

Tiktaalik was thus inserted below Acanthostega and Ichthyostega as a transitional form [20] and a true “missing link”. Their conclusions were based on numerous trackways esp. A tetrapod origin of those tracks was suggested based on: Track-bearing layers were assigned to the lower-middle Eifelian based on conodont index fossil samples costatus Zone and “previous biostratigraphic data obtained from the underlying and overlying strata” [25] with subsequent studies confirming this dating.

Both Tiktaalik’s discoverers were skeptical about the Zachelmie trackways. Edward Daeschler said that trace evidence was not enough for him to modify the theory of tetrapod evolution, [32] while Neil Shubin argued that Tiktaalik could have produced very similar footprints [33] in a later study Shubin expressed a significantly modified opinion that some of the Zachelmie footprints, those which lacked digits, may have been made by walking fish [34].

This area covers the Isle of Skye, the closely linked mainland area of Lochalsh and the island of Raasay. For accommodation in the area see the links in the “See and Stay” menu above. See the map below for an outline of the area and links to surrounding areas.. Armadale, on Skye’s southern Sleat Peninsula is the terminus for the ferry from Mallaig.

We pray for love and happiness to your entire family. God bless this new life! May your life be filled with love and peace with your newest arrival. Of all you great achievements, being a parent will rank 1. Wishing you a future filled with love, joy and laughter with your new baby. Parenthood is one of the best journeys in life — enjoy the ride! We are so happy for you!

God could not be everywhere, and so he made parents. Parenthood is one of those rare things in life that gets continually better with each passing day. The gift that keeps on giving.

Muddy Footprints Vectors

Mount Morgan In an old gold mining town in central Queensland lies a hidden treasure, but it has nothing to do with gold. The Mount Morgan Fireclay Caverns are the only example in Australia of caves with dinosaur footprints embedded in the roof. Unfortunately, the paleontological wonder has been closed to the public for the past seven years after a series of rock falls made it too dangerous to enter.

Muddy Footprints Forest School experiences in Rugby and outdoor play ideas and support for parents getting children outdoors and connected to nature.

Travel west by coach to ascend Biblical Mt Nebo for a spectacular opening Mass. Also see the stunning collection of Byzantine mosaics preserved within the shrine. We continue to our hotel on the shores of the Dead Sea. Here we will unwind and take the ideal opportunity to float in the salty waters said to have healing qualities. Baptism of Love In the morning we make a visit to Bethany Beyond the Jordan, one of the most recent archaeological and religious discoveries.

The five springs here form a tributary of the Jordan River and are believed to be the Baptismal site of Jesus by John the Baptist. Here we remember the powerful commission from the Fatherly voice of Heaven: So authentic is this site that Pope Francis chose this as an essential place to visit on his last pilgrimage to the Holy Land. We aim to meet some of the refugees and talk with Fr Sharayha who will speak of their plight and the ultimatum they were given to convert or leave their homeland immediately without taking any of their possessions!

We return to our Dead Sea hotel this afternoon to reflect on our morning and to rest up for the days of pilgrimage that lie ahead.

Geology Glossary – Definitions of Geologic Terms

They grade, on the one hand, into the coarser-grained siliciclastic conglomerates and breccias described above, and, on the other hand, into siltstones and the various finer-grained mudrocks described below. Like their coarser analogues—namely, conglomerates and breccias—sand-size also called arenaceous sedimentary rocks are not exclusively generated by the physical disintegration of preexisting rocks. Such rocks, called micrites when lithified or carbonate sands when unconsolidated, are more properly discussed as limestones.

Also, pyroclastic sandstones or tuffs formed by lithifying explosively produced volcanic ash deposits can be excluded from this discussion because their origin is unrelated to weathering. Sandstones are significant for a variety of reasons.

The evolution of fish began about million years ago during the Cambrian was during this time that the early chordates developed the skull and the vertebral column, leading to the first craniates and first fish lineages belong to the Agnatha, or jawless examples include the late Cambrian, eel-like jawless fish called the conodonts.

Along with their collection of insects to look at under microscopes we had our own collection of small fossils to view. This was a whole-school day and the organizers estimated about pupils attended the event. With teaching staff, helpers and organizers the estimate was about people on site during the day. Also inside the house were Timetaxi. We thank the Geological Society of London for providing a grant to pay for a wide-format pop-up projection screen which was used throughout the week to project images from our high-definition microscope.

An early morning start at Dinosaur Isle Museum saw the Landrover loaded up with a model dinosaur which had to be taken apart first and various small and very large and heavy fossils. This was taken by car-ferry to Hampshire. Stopping off first at the University of Portsmouth to collect some more large fossils we then drove on to the installation in the Cathedral. The first job was to get as near as possible to the building in order to off-load the vehicle. Having identified a suitable location near the arches of the ambulatory we began constructing the dinosaur, then adding the fossils and their interpretation.

Muddy Footprint Vectors

The property of a European gentleman. Originally found in Western Sumatra at a depth of 40 m. Tennessee, Carboniferous Period, million years BP.

Laa-Laa leaves muddy footprints on a rug but magically makes them disappear by singing. Meanwhile, the children in Tummy Tales enjoy a squelchy walk through mud with bare feet. Trivia This is the thirteenth episode of the new series This is the first episode where Laa-Laa answers the Tubby Previous: Bumps!

How might the Hastings area have looked million years ago? Introduction Hastings is a large town and borough on the coast of East Sussex in Southern England with a population of over 86, people. Immediately east of the town and extending for four miles towards Fairlight are a series of spectacular golden coloured cliffs that tower over metres above sea-level. In recent centuries many fine fossils have been exposed within the cliffs and foreshore, including the skeletal remains of dinosaurs, pterosaurs and fish, and other creatures and vegetation that inhabited this environment around million years ago mya.

The sandstone rocks and fossils provide evidence of a large lake or lagoon, rich in aquatic and land based life, including several species of herbivorous plant eating and carnivorous meat eating dinosaurs. Although dinosaur bones are relatively rare the evidence of these reptiles movements can be found more commonly in the form of footprints and casts on the surface of fallen rocks. Parking is available east of the town along Rock-a-Nore Road. View from the car park area overlooking the cliffs east of Hastings.

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