Best geological podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Podcast Episodes - The Geology Flannelcast
 
THE GEOLOGY FLANNELCASTa podcast where three geologists tacklethe topics that no one else dares to touch
 
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Geologic Podcast
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George Hrab and the Geologic Universe
 
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Geologic Podcast
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George Hrab and the Geologic Universe
 
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Coastal and Marine Geology
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Video podcasts related to USGS science being conducted at the St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center and within the Coastal and Marine Geology program.
 
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Alberta Geological Survey Geology Podcasts
 
Geology podcasts from Alberta Geological Survey describing the geology of Alberta. Geology RSS feed includes articles from our quarterly newsletter Rock Chips.
 
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Geology Kitchen
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A free video resource for educators
 
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Geology Rocks! on Fun Kids
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This is the perfect way for kids to start learning about geology and earth sciences, only on children's radio station Fun Kids.Listen on DAB Digital Radio across the UK online at funkidslive.com
 
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Top Science Articles From Discovery, Live Science, Scientific American, Science Daily, New Scientist, Space News, Nautilus & More. Covering Topics In Physics, Neuroscience, Energy, Science Policy, Geology, Medicine, Stem Cells, Global Warming, etc.
 
Our podcast offers news and feature stories covering all fields of science. Our articles delve into breaking science news and articles on global warming, extrasolar planets, stem cells, bird flu, autism, nanotechnology, dinosaurs, evolution biology, physics, neuroscience, energy, science policy, geology, medicine and much more. Join the discussion with top scientists on the latest news in spaceflight, brain/body research, evolution and the influence of science on culture. That's not all! If ...
 
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Flood Geology Series
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Expert scientists share how the global Flood in the bible impacted the earth geologically. Instead of long ages, evidence is presented which shows our earth is young using the Flood as a catastrophic mechanism for the geologic record.
 
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Elements of Geology, The by NORTON, William Harmon
 
Geology is a science of such rapid growth that no apology is expected when from time to time a new text-book is added to those already in the field. The present work, however, is the outcome of the need of a text-book of very simple outline, in which causes and their consequences should be knit together as closely as possible,—a need long felt by the author in his teaching, and perhaps by other teachers also. The author has ventured, therefore, to depart from the common usage which subdivide ...
 
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Elements of Geology, The by NORTON, William Harmon
 
Geology is a science of such rapid growth that no apology is expected when from time to time a new text-book is added to those already in the field. The present work, however, is the outcome of the need of a text-book of very simple outline, in which causes and their consequences should be knit together as closely as possible,—a need long felt by the author in his teaching, and perhaps by other teachers also. The author has ventured, therefore, to depart from the common usage which subdivide ...
 
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[REBROADCAST] Alex interviews Duke University law professor Jedediah Purdy about the political history of nature and its uncertain future.Anywhere you look on the planet, you will find evidence of human behaviour: metalloids in the soil, greenhouse gases in the air, a vortex of trash in the oceans. That is why some scientists have proposed that ...…
 
Dave talks to Dave Hill, emeritus scientist for the United States Geological Survey and Margaret Mangan, director of the California Volcano Observatory . They talk about the history of volcanic unrest at Long Valley Caldera near Mammoth Lakes in the eastern Sierra Nevada. A series of earthquakes in the late '70s and 1980, coupled with the erupt ...…
 
The Show Notes Barenaked Ladies Intro My CV Doing God’s Work Ask George - Copyright? from Blake in Colorado - Condolences? from Scott - Earworm? from Donovan W. Wanting Social Interaction Religious Moron of the Week - Metropolitan Kornily from Bill Dowling NECSS is next week! Rupert McClannahan’s Indestructible Bastards - Navy SEAL Senior Chief ...…
 
The Show Notes Barenaked Ladies Intro My CV Doing God’s Work Ask George - Copyright? from Blake in Colorado - Condolences? from Scott - Earworm? from Donovan W. Wanting Social Interaction Religious Moron of the Week - Metropolitan Kornily from Bill Dowling NECSS is next week! Rupert McClannahan’s Indestructible Bastards - Navy SEAL Senior Chief ...…
 
We're tackling technological advances, earthquakes and surficial geology in this week's Northern Miner podcast. Lesley sits down with David Huntley from the Geological Survey of Canada to talk about the science of tectonics, earthquakes and tsunami's, including discussion on "the big one" and its potential impact on Canada's west coast.We then ...…
 
My guest this week, Otto von Bertrab, famously discovered Rio Secreto in 2006. Originally from Mexico City, a short trip to Akumal left him in love with the Riviera Maya and the Mayan people. Otto is the published author of four books and has 11 more in various stages of completion. He joins me today to tell us more about his Rio Secreto projec ...…
 
On this day in 1898, the legislature established the first state park in Massachusetts on Mount Greylock. The tallest peak in the state, at almost 3500 feet, Greylock is like an island, different in geology, climate, and ecology from its Berkshire County surroundings. But its isolation did not protect it. By the late 1800s, unregulated logging ...…
 
Black bear. (Alaska Department of Fish and Game) Alaska’s Department of Natural Resources is still searching for the black bear that killed 16-year-old Patrick Cooper on Sunday. Meanwhile, another bear attack has claimed the life of a worker and injured another in a gold mine near Delta. Listen now In Anchorage, Cooper encountered a bear during ...…
 
Steve Perlman doesn’t take Prozac, like some of the other rare-plant botanists he knows. Instead, he writes poetry.Either way, you have to do something when a plant you’ve long known goes extinct. Let’s say for 20 years you’ve been observing a tree on a fern-covered crag thousands of feet above sea level on an island in the Pacific. Then one da ...…
 
Deep heat may have spawned one of the world's deadliest tsunamis Geology suggests why Indonesia's 2004 quake was surprisingly strong By Laurel Hamers 2:00pm, May 25, 2017 DEADLY DISASTER The quake that ruptured off the coast of Sumatra on December 26, 2004, was one of the deadliest earthquakes in history, mostly because it set off an enormous t ...…
 
Senior Scientist at GNS Hamish Campbell covers the earthy sciece of geology from erosion to earthquakes.
 
My guest in this episode is Tone Vays. Tone has worked on Wall Street for almost 10 years starting as a Risk Analyst at Bear Stearns and later becoming a VP at JP Morgan Chase in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis. His expertise is in Economic Trends, Trading and Risk Analysis. Ever since getting involved in the Crypto Currency ecosyste ...…
 
News items discussed this week: T. Rex is not a big feathered turkey, but… here’s a lesson in bad science writing. Was there an ape swinging through the trees in La Crescenta, California? Why do people jump to extreme conclusions from so little evidence?Three new Spooky Geology posts are up: the London Hammer, dead dinosaur stew, and lakes that ...…
 
STEMxm Episode 25 - Ocean Corals and Climate Change with Jessica Carilli, PhD This is the 2nd episode in a series touching on climate change careers and research. Check out the others here: Episode 23 - Atmospheric Physics with Dr. Joanna Haigh Episode 24 - Theoretical Ecology with Dr. Emily Moberg Where Jessica earned a PhD - Scripps Instituti ...…
 
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Women in Diplomacy
 
For Fathers Day, Kelsey Suemnicht invited her Dad, Gene Suemnicht, to co-host an episode combining their passions of Geology and Diplomacy! http://media.blubrry.com/womenindiplomacy/content.blubrry.com/womenindiplomacy/fathers_day_2.m4a “We’re not going to meet [global] challenges effectively, if we’re ignoring 50% of the population.” — Dad Che ...…
 
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KXL-Beyond The Headlines
 
Grant High School teacher and former student sit down to talk about language for "rape culture"; Jeff Parker with Parker Furniture on home grown local business; Benson Homes open up for homeless with help of Benson High School students; PSU Geology Professor Scott burns on 2.8 magnitude quake with an epicenter right under Portland's West Hills; ...…
 
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Discover DEP: the Official Podcast of the NJ Department of Environmental Protection
 
Baseball is the National Pastime, but literally every pitch thrown in both the major and minor leagues carries a piece of the Garden State to the plate. That’s because for more than 75 years every baseball put in play has first been rubbed with a little bit of Lena Blackburn Baseball Rubbing Mud, which takes the shine and slickness off of the b ...…
 
Part two of a two-part look at the consequences of the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Agreement on climate change. President Trump’s announced withdrawal from the Paris Agreement sent a strong signal about his administration’s priorities; if climate change is occurring, it’s not urgent enough for the U.S. to get worked up about. But reports fro ...…
 
An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.2 shook western Turkey and the Greek island of Lesbos on Monday, injuring at least 10 people and damaging buildings. The US Geological Survey placed the quake’s epicenter in the Aegean Sea at a very shallow depth of some four miles and hit at 3:28 p.m. local time. At least 25 aftershocks were recorded. Tremor ...…
 
An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.2 shook western Turkey and the Greek island of Lesbos on Monday, injuring at least 10 people and damaging buildings. The US Geological Survey placed the quake’s epicenter in the Aegean Sea at a very shallow depth of some four miles and hit at 3:28 p.m. local time. At least 25 aftershocks were recorded. Tremor ...…
 
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PerspectivesPerspectives
 
Okay, it’s true I’m a geologist, and I’ll cop to seeing the world through senses shaped by a geologic perspective. But don’t think this is an apology for that perspective. Quite the contrary, I feel extraordinarily fortunate to have that influence superimposed on my otherwise human views. Here’s an example. I’m at a ballgame at AT&T stadium and ...…
 
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PerspectivesPerspectives
 
Okay, it’s true I’m a geologist, and I’ll cop to seeing the world through senses shaped by a geologic perspective. But don’t think this is an apology for that perspective. Quite the contrary, I feel extraordinarily fortunate to have that influence superimposed on my otherwise human views. Here’s an example. I’m at a ballgame at AT&T stadium and ...…
 
Maps are everywhere throughout our lives. Whether using Google Maps, Yelp, riding the bus, or hiking at a national park, maps can turn data into easily consumable and useful information. However, making and using maps also comes with pitfalls that savvy data users should be aware of. In this episode Eric and Rebecca talk with Lyzi Diamond, an e ...…
 
Can a handwritten journal from two mid-19th century explorers reveal the location of a lost world wonder? Researchers in New Zealand think so, according to National Geographic.In a study recently published in the Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand, researchers Rex Bunn and Sascha Nolden claim they have found the location of the country ...…
 
In 2015, Steven Horowitz was watching one of the summer’s big blockbuster action flicks, “San Andreas.” In the movie, the San Andreas fault shifts, triggering a magnitude 9.6 earthquake in San Francisco. Disaster ensues — and for the rest of the movie we watch as all of the West Coast’s greatest landmarks are destroyed one by one in an epic, co ...…
 
Photo (l:r) Burt Lum, Shellie Habel, Ross Mukai, Matt Gonser, Ryan Ozawa First up, we hear about this month’s HVCA Luncheon. Then it’s on to the Honolulu Mini-Maker Faire, with Ross Mukai from the Oahu Makerspace. Then we talk about the recent King Tides, and the part that citizen science can play, with Matt Gonser and Shellie Habel from the Un ...…
 
Photo (l:r) Burt Lum, Shellie Habel, Ross Mukai, Matt Gonser, Ryan Ozawa First up, we hear about this month’s HVCA Luncheon. Then it’s on to the Honolulu Mini-Maker Faire, with Ross Mukai from the Oahu Makerspace. Then we talk about the recent King Tides, and the part that citizen science can play, with Matt Gonser and Shellie Habel from the Un ...…
 
Part 5 of 7. The fifth installment of the 2012 Pikes Peak Regional History Symposium, Disasters of the Pikes Peak Region. Michael L. Olsen - emcee “Worse Than Fire or Flood, Tornado or Earthquake: The 1932 Collapse of the Building & Loan Industry,” by Alice Echols “Human Caused Geologic Disasters & Ticking Time Bombs,” by John Himmelreich Right ...…
 
The Show Notes One More Song! Intro Sgt. Pepper’s Thingy Thing Religious Moron of the Week - Brooke Covington from Eddy Anthony Murph-pology Dr. Damian Handzy’s Facts That’ll Fuck Y’Up - Africa, kidney, guillotine, McDonald’s, lines and Match.com Ask George - Drum-singing? from Graeme - Free As A Bird? from Jim F. - Bolero? from Pat in Ontario ...…
 
The Show Notes One More Song! Intro Sgt. Pepper’s Thingy Thing Religious Moron of the Week - Brooke Covington from Eddy Anthony Murph-pology Dr. Damian Handzy’s Facts That’ll Fuck Y’Up - Africa, kidney, guillotine, McDonald’s, lines and Match.com Ask George - Drum-singing? from Graeme - Free As A Bird? from Jim F. - Bolero? from Pat in Ontario ...…
 
In the 1830s, a group of Scottish and English naturalists were pursuing a new and unpopular idea: that the Earth's features could be explained by natural processes, acting over vast stretches of time. Studying the rocks of the British Isles, their attention was drawn to a particular variety of fossilized corals. From lower to higher rocks, the ...…
 
In the 1830s, a group of Scottish and English naturalists were pursuing a new and unpopular idea: that the Earth's features could be explained by natural processes, acting over vast stretches of time. Studying the rocks of the British Isles, their attention was drawn to a particular variety of fossilized corals. From lower to higher rocks, the ...…
 
JUDY WOODRUFF: The future of coal is very much at the center of debate right now when it comes to the politics and business of energy. Whatever you may think about those questions, the U.S. still uses a lot of coal. About 30 percent of our energy, of our electricity is generated by it. For some, the Holy Grail is new technology that captures so ...…
 
JUDY WOODRUFF: The future of coal is very much at the center of debate right now when it comes to the politics and business of energy. Whatever you may think about those questions, the U.S. still uses a lot of coal. About 30 percent of our energy, of our electricity is generated by it. For some, the Holy Grail is new technology that captures so ...…
 
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The Archaeology Podcast Network Feed
 
On today's show we learn about the Great Basin. It's a unique place in the American West and has interesting geology and a fantastic and complex history.
 
And have we moved into the Anthropocene, with humans now exerting force on a geological scale?
 
We're coming in hot this week with another informative, and entertaining, episode of the Northern Miner podcast. Lesley sits down with Jennifer Neild from Australian-based Hiseis to talk about hard-rock seismic technology and how the processing and interpretation of results is evolving. Why are companies excited about the technology and where m ...…
 
Topic – Forecasting Natural and Human-Caused Earthquakes Learn about how the United States Geologic Survey forecasts potential earthquake hazard and impact. With an emphasis on recent human-caused quakes, this talk will provide a brief history of this phenomena, discuss Colorado’s scientific role and finish with a focus on recent quake activity ...…
 
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Generation Anthropocene
 
Once upon a time, Miles crashed a server with his project ‘Geology of Game of Thrones’. Today on the show, we're featuring a short piece in which Miles shares the backstory to the project (and the server hullaballoo), as well as the connection he sees between ‘Geology of GoT’ and the Anthropocene. Today’s episode was produced by Eileen Williams ...…
 
Earthquakes are usually pretty scary, but they are a natural part of life on Earth. The reason they are devastating to humans is because we have built buildings and cities on top of ground that is often not as stable as we'd like it to be. And here's an important perspective: "Earthquakes don’t kill people, buildings do," says Bill Nye, as he e ...…
 
(Click here to download audio.) The Mindset Tragedy of Opal Whiteley – Faith Before a Fall? The unique story of Opal Whiteley can give us all hope, or give us all warning. Raised in logging camps in poor surroundings, Opal was a self-trained naturalist whose playmates were the trees and wild animals of the forests she lived in. She also kept a ...…
 
“Within a day's drive of Missoula you will find some of the best iceclimbing... in the world,” says Missoula's legendary alpinist GrayThompson. Gray Thompson is a local legendary climber and UM GeologyProfessor Emeritus. Gray has been climbing since the mid 1960s andit's easier for him to think of the places he hasn't been rather thenthe places ...…
 
Episode Description: In his talk entitled, “Ethics of Science and Experience in the Age of the Anthropocene,” Dr. Evan Thompson explores the relationship between science and contemplative practice in the context of our current geological age of human impact on planet Earth. Using the concept of the “lifeworld” originated by the German Phenomeno ...…
 
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