COD GALBEN: 30-11-2020 ora 15 Intre 30 noiembrie, ora 15:00 - 30 noiembrie, ora 23:00Zone afectate se va semnala 30 noiembrie, ora 15:00 - 30 noiembrie, ora 23:00Zone afectate COD GALBEN: 30-11-2020 ora 13 Intre 13:30 si 17:00 se va semnala - intensificări ale vântului, cu viteze la rafală de 55 - 60 km/h in Județul Constanta, Județul Tulcea;

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Descriere: epa08336025 (00/43) ATTENTION EDITORS\r\n\r\n\r\nThis advisory is followed by a photo essay of 43 pictures on a paleontological expedition in Patagonia, Chile. \r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nA valley in the Southern tip of Chile, dubbed as the Rosetta Stone of Paleontology in the Southern hemisphere. New findings of well-preserved fossils of vertebrates, invertebrates, and plants from the Cretaceous period could be the key to unlocking significant tracts of the common past of South America and Antarctica. \r\n\r\nMost of the territory in the Magellan region, at the southern-most tip of Chile, is in the hands of private landowners. Estancia Cerro Guido, with 100 000 ha. bordering the Torres del Paine National Park is one of the largest estates in the country. And while dedicated to cattle farming, its mountains are also home to the most important dinosaur fossil reserve in Chile. Every year the Chilean Antarctic Institute (INACH) and the Universidad de Chile organize a paleontological expedition to shed some light on the end of the Cretaceous period when dinosaurs became extinct. In its 10th anniversary the expedition, a group of 20 researchers of various disciplines, embarked on a two-week journey into the heart of Chilean Patagonia.\r\n\r\nA group of Chilean, Brazilian and Argentinian researchers working on vertebrate fossils believe that the treasure trove of fossils in the Valley of Las Chinas could be the key to understanding life in the Southern region of the world at the end of the dinosaur era. This team, along with another group of paleontologists, continues to discovering species such as Hadrosauride (Duck-billed), Ankylosauria (armored dinosaurs) or even parts of large predators that complement earlier findings and allow the team to build out more and more information. This includes extremely well-preserved and complete vertebrate specimens that could help redefine history by filling in the gaps of unknown time that scientists still have from that period.\r\n\r\n66 million years ago an asteroid
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ID fotografie: 13634470
Redactor: EPA
Locatie: - Chile
Dimensiune: 4000 x 4593 px
Realizat: 2020-02-26
Introdus: 2020-04-01 12:20:46


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