2006), gas is not always found below pockmarks
, allowing seismic penetration to bedrock and implying that the structure does not represent a continuous release from the underlying units, but was likely caused by a single catastrophic expulsion.
Marine geohazards that exist in this seismically active region include, slope stability features, active faults, gas pockmarks
, and large migrating sedimentary bedforms.
The man has been described as white,with dark brown hair and a pockmarked
face, aged in his 40s.
He went out on the street, he said, and saw more than 20 vehicles covered in pockmarks
, including his own, as well as dozens of pockmarks
in the road.
"They put this substance on my face and skin, dried it gently with a hairdryer so the skin would stick into wrinkles, and then the make-up artist painted leather spots and pockmarks
. There's a shot of me sitting in a dressing gown with the script in my hand, and I look about 111!" Ageing so dramatically may not be everyone's cup of tea, but Dobson relished the chance to learn more about the Tudor monarch, who she says she came to admire greatly.
In the distance is a region of younger, tectonically modified smooth plains that have been pockmarked
by small craters.
Inside the mosque, furniture lay overturned, walls were pockmarked
with shrapnel and the ground was littered with shattered glass.
The new images show stars and a pockmarked
lunar landscape, Mashable reported.
Signs of infestation include round exit holes (3/8 to 1/2" diameter); frass (wood shavings and coarse saw dust); and pockmarks
on tree minks and branches where females deposit eggs.
WALES should not be left "covered in pockmarks
of disused frack sites" a South Wales council official has warned while giving evidence to an inquiry into shale gas exploration.
The white walls of the church, which first opened in the late 1800s, were pockmarked
with holes caused by ball bearings or other metal objects contained in the bombs to cause maximum damage.