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Hanksville, Utah, USA: Mars Desert Research Station. Researchers simulate living on Mars. 'Expedition Boomerang' brought Australian researchers to the station, who donned space suits to explore their... - Jim West - 13-11-2019
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13-11-2019 Hanksville, Utah, USA: Mars Desert Research Station. Researchers simulate living on Mars. 'Expedition Boomerang' brought Australian researchers to the station, who donned space suits to explore their... © Jim West
Hanksville, Utah, USA: Mars Desert Research Station. Researchers simulate living on Mars. 'Expedition Boomerang' brought Australian researchers to the station, who donned space suits to explore their... - Jim West - 13-11-2019
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13-11-2019 Hanksville, Utah, USA: Mars Desert Research Station. Researchers simulate living on Mars. 'Expedition Boomerang' brought Australian researchers to the station, who donned space suits to explore their... © Jim West
Denver, Colorado, USA National Ice Core Laboratory curator Geoff Hargreaves holding a one meter section ice core stored at -36 degrees C. The Laboratory stores 19,000 meters of ice cores from Antarcti... - Jim West - 28-08-2017
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28-08-2017 Denver, Colorado, USA National Ice Core Laboratory curator Geoff Hargreaves holding a one meter section ice core stored at -36 degrees C. The Laboratory stores 19,000 meters of ice cores from Antarcti... © Jim West
Denver, Colorado, USA National Ice Core Laboratory curator Geoff Hargreaves holding a one meter section ice core stored at -36 degrees C. The Laboratory stores 19,000 meters of ice cores from Antarcti... - Jim West - 28-08-2017
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28-08-2017 Denver, Colorado, USA National Ice Core Laboratory curator Geoff Hargreaves holding a one meter section ice core stored at -36 degrees C. The Laboratory stores 19,000 meters of ice cores from Antarcti... © Jim West
Denver, Colorado, USA National Ice Core Laboratory curator Geoff Hargreaves holding a one meter section ice core stored at -36 degrees C. The Laboratory stores 19,000 meters of ice cores from Antarcti... - Jim West - 28-08-2017
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28-08-2017 Denver, Colorado, USA National Ice Core Laboratory curator Geoff Hargreaves holding a one meter section ice core stored at -36 degrees C. The Laboratory stores 19,000 meters of ice cores from Antarcti... © Jim West
Denver, Colorado, USA National Ice Core Laboratory curator Geoff Hargreaves holding a one meter section ice core stored at -36 degrees C. The Laboratory stores 19,000 meters of ice cores from Antarcti... - Jim West - 28-08-2017
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28-08-2017 Denver, Colorado, USA National Ice Core Laboratory curator Geoff Hargreaves holding a one meter section ice core stored at -36 degrees C. The Laboratory stores 19,000 meters of ice cores from Antarcti... © Jim West
Denver, Colorado, USA National Ice Core Laboratory curator Geoff Hargreaves holding a one meter section ice core stored at -36 degrees C. The Laboratory stores 19,000 meters of ice cores from Antarcti... - Jim West - 28-08-2017
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28-08-2017 Denver, Colorado, USA National Ice Core Laboratory curator Geoff Hargreaves holding a one meter section ice core stored at -36 degrees C. The Laboratory stores 19,000 meters of ice cores from Antarcti... © Jim West
Denver, Colorado, USA National Ice Core Laboratory, cylinders of ice core samples stored at -36 degrees C. The Laboratory stores 19,000 meters of ice cores from Antarctica, Greenland, and North Americ... - Jim West - 28-08-2017
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28-08-2017 Denver, Colorado, USA National Ice Core Laboratory, cylinders of ice core samples stored at -36 degrees C. The Laboratory stores 19,000 meters of ice cores from Antarctica, Greenland, and North Americ... © Jim West
Denver, Colorado, USA National Ice Core Laboratory, cylinders of ice core samples stored at -36 degrees C. The Laboratory stores 19,000 meters of ice cores from Antarctica, Greenland, and North Americ... - Jim West - 28-08-2017
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28-08-2017 Denver, Colorado, USA National Ice Core Laboratory, cylinders of ice core samples stored at -36 degrees C. The Laboratory stores 19,000 meters of ice cores from Antarctica, Greenland, and North Americ... © Jim West
Denver, Colorado, USA National Ice Core Laboratory curator Geoff Hargreaves packing insulation in a box of ice cores being shipped to a scientist. The Laboratory stores 19,000 meters of ice cores from... - Jim West - 28-08-2017
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28-08-2017 Denver, Colorado, USA National Ice Core Laboratory curator Geoff Hargreaves packing insulation in a box of ice cores being shipped to a scientist. The Laboratory stores 19,000 meters of ice cores from... © Jim West
Denver, Colorado, USA National Ice Core Laboratory, an ice core from Greenland is prepared for cutting. The Laboratory stores 19,000 meters of ice cores from Antarctica, Greenland and North America, m... - Jim West - 28-08-2017
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28-08-2017 Denver, Colorado, USA National Ice Core Laboratory, an ice core from Greenland is prepared for cutting. The Laboratory stores 19,000 meters of ice cores from Antarctica, Greenland and North America, m... © Jim West
Denver, Colorado, USA National Ice Core Laboratory curator Geoff Hargreaves cutting an ice core from Greenland. The Laboratory stores 19,000 meters of ice cores from Antarctica, Greenland and North Am... - Jim West - 28-08-2017
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28-08-2017 Denver, Colorado, USA National Ice Core Laboratory curator Geoff Hargreaves cutting an ice core from Greenland. The Laboratory stores 19,000 meters of ice cores from Antarctica, Greenland and North Am... © Jim West
Denver, Colorado, USA National Ice Core Laboratory curator Geoff Hargreaves cutting an ice core from Greenland. The Laboratory stores 19,000 meters of ice cores from Antarctica, Greenland, and North A... - Jim West - 28-08-2017
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28-08-2017 Denver, Colorado, USA National Ice Core Laboratory curator Geoff Hargreaves cutting an ice core from Greenland. The Laboratory stores 19,000 meters of ice cores from Antarctica, Greenland, and North A... © Jim West
Oregon, USA Rock formation in the Oregon Caves, Siskiyou Mountains. These extensive caves became the first National Monument in 1909. The stalactites, stalagmites and other formations are formed over... - David Bacon - 04-08-2017
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04-08-2017 Oregon, USA Rock formation in the Oregon Caves, Siskiyou Mountains. These extensive caves became the first National Monument in 1909. The stalactites, stalagmites and other formations are formed over... © David Bacon
Oregon, USA Rock formation in the Oregon Caves, Siskiyou Mountains. These extensive caves became the first National Monument in 1909. The stalactites, stalagmites and other formations are formed over... - David Bacon - 04-08-2017
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04-08-2017 Oregon, USA Rock formation in the Oregon Caves, Siskiyou Mountains. These extensive caves became the first National Monument in 1909. The stalactites, stalagmites and other formations are formed over... © David Bacon
Salt Lake City, Utah - The Natural History Museum of Utah at the Rio Tinto Center on the University of Utah campus. A worker shows children rocks and fossils from the museum's collection. - Jim West - 15-11-2014
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15-11-2014 Salt Lake City, Utah - The Natural History Museum of Utah at the Rio Tinto Center on the University of Utah campus. A worker shows children rocks and fossils from the museum's collection. © Jim West
Salt Lake City, Utah - The Natural History Museum of Utah at the Rio Tinto Center on the University of Utah campus. A worker shows children rocks and fossils from the museum's collection. - Jim West - 15-11-2014
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15-11-2014 Salt Lake City, Utah - The Natural History Museum of Utah at the Rio Tinto Center on the University of Utah campus. A worker shows children rocks and fossils from the museum's collection. © Jim West
Texas: Pedernales Falls State Park, in the hill country of Texas. - David Bacon - 10-11-2013
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10-11-2013 Texas: Pedernales Falls State Park, in the hill country of Texas. © David Bacon
School children on a geography field trip visit the beach and Hengistbury Head, important for its diversity of wildlife and geology and is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). - David Mansell - 13-07-2009
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13-07-2009 School children on a geography field trip visit the beach and Hengistbury Head, important for its diversity of wildlife and geology and is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). © David Mansell
Schoolchildren taking part in a geography field trip visit the beach and headland of Hengistbury Head, it is important for its diversity of wildlife and geology and is a Site of Special Scientific Int... - David Mansell - 13-07-2009
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13-07-2009 Schoolchildren taking part in a geography field trip visit the beach and headland of Hengistbury Head, it is important for its diversity of wildlife and geology and is a Site of Special Scientific Int... © David Mansell
Geologist lecturer from Durham University lecturing on the Jurassic coastline to disabled Open University students during a field trip, Staithes, North Yorkshire. - John Harris - 21-07-2007
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21-07-2007 Geologist lecturer from Durham University lecturing on the Jurassic coastline to disabled Open University students during a field trip, Staithes, North Yorkshire. © John Harris
The eroded side of a canyon in Bryce Canyon National Park. - David Bacon - 07-08-2005
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07-08-2005 The eroded side of a canyon in Bryce Canyon National Park. © David Bacon
The eroded side of a canyon in Bryce Canyon National Park. - David Bacon - 07-08-2005
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07-08-2005 The eroded side of a canyon in Bryce Canyon National Park. © David Bacon
The eroded side of a canyon in Bryce Canyon National Park. - David Bacon - 07-08-2005
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07-08-2005 The eroded side of a canyon in Bryce Canyon National Park. © David Bacon
The eroded side of a canyon in Bryce Canyon National Park. - David Bacon - 07-08-2005
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07-08-2005 The eroded side of a canyon in Bryce Canyon National Park. © David Bacon
A visitor finding shade from 110 degree heat in Canyonlands National Park. - David Bacon - 02-08-2005
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02-08-2005 A visitor finding shade from 110 degree heat in Canyonlands National Park. © David Bacon
Pupils from Stratford County Primary School are learning about different types of rocks on a beach. The year six pupils are on a residential trip to the Isle of Wight - Justin Tallis - 27-06-2005
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27-06-2005 Pupils from Stratford County Primary School are learning about different types of rocks on a beach. The year six pupils are on a residential trip to the Isle of Wight © Justin Tallis
Pupils from Stratford County Primary School are learning about different types of rocks on a beach. The year six pupils are on a residential trip to the Isle of Wight - Justin Tallis - 27-06-2005
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27-06-2005 Pupils from Stratford County Primary School are learning about different types of rocks on a beach. The year six pupils are on a residential trip to the Isle of Wight © Justin Tallis
Details of cliffs on the west side of The Isle of Wight, at Tennyson Down. - Paul Carter - 07-10-1996
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07-10-1996 Details of cliffs on the west side of The Isle of Wight, at Tennyson Down. © Paul Carter
Aerial view cf The Needles, on the west coast of The Isle of Wight. Warm afternoon sun is turning the chalk cliffs yellow. - Paul Carter - 04-10-1996
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04-10-1996 Aerial view cf The Needles, on the west coast of The Isle of Wight. Warm afternoon sun is turning the chalk cliffs yellow. © Paul Carter
Red plastic fish tray washed ashore on the beach at The Strangles. - Paul Carter - 01-08-1991
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01-08-1991 Red plastic fish tray washed ashore on the beach at The Strangles. © Paul Carter
Small river flows across a sandy beach into the sea. - Paul Carter - 01-08-1990
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01-08-1990 Small river flows across a sandy beach into the sea. © Paul Carter
Lone canoeist paddling out to sea. - Paul Carter - 01-08-1990
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01-08-1990 Lone canoeist paddling out to sea. © Paul Carter
Childen playing on a beach at sunset. - Paul Carter - 01-08-1990
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01-08-1990 Childen playing on a beach at sunset. © Paul Carter
Sunbathing on a sandy beach. - Paul Carter - 10-06-1988
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10-06-1988 Sunbathing on a sandy beach. © Paul Carter
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