Blog Posts Tagged "for kids"
Life can be dangerous for those who work on the sea- especially if you are an iPod. I narrowly escaped losing my iPod to the crack between my bed and the wall- in today's blog post I recount this harrowing adventure!
Jeremy Deans is a structural geologist who is on board the JOIDES Resolution right now as part of the Superfast expedition science party. To find out why he rules, read on.
To figure out the spreading rates of various places in the seafloor, scientists compare the ages of rock samples taken from those places. It is not easy to figure out how old a rock is. They do not have growth rings like a tree nor do they have bruises caused by their aunt Barbara pinching them to grow an inch every time they have a birthday.