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Geoblogosphere weekly review (16th week of 2014, last week)

Blogs:

Most active blogs:
  1. Geology.com News (36 posts)
  2. Utah Geological Survey - blog (14 posts)
  3. JOIDES Resolution blogs (9 posts)
  4. Wooster Geologists (8 posts)
  5. Ontario-geofish (7 posts)
  6. About Geology (6 posts)
  7. Netzwerk für geowissenschaftliche Öffentlichkeitsarbeit (6 posts)
  8. Geotripper (5 posts)
  9. Mountain Beltway (5 posts)
  10. Lake Scientist (5 posts)
Most visited blogs:
  1. Geology.com News (596 visits)
  2. Utah Geological Survey - blog (488 visits)
  3. Wooster Geologists (227 visits)
  4. Paleoseismicity (188 visits)
  5. Ontario-geofish (185 visits)
  6. JOIDES Resolution blogs (148 visits)
  7. Geotripper (116 visits)
  8. Netzwerk für geowissenschaftliche Öffentlichkeitsarbeit (97 visits)
  9. Mountain Beltway (93 visits)
  10. Lake Scientist (91 visits)

Topics:

Top keywords:
  1. Time (8)
  2. Earthquakes (7)
  3. (6)
  4. Astronomy (6)
  5. Israel (6)
  6. people (6)
  7. University (6)
  8. world (6)
  9. 8230 (6)
  10. Landslides (6)
Top places:
  1. United States (17)
  2. Germany (6)
  3. Utah (5)
  4. North America (5)
  5. Arizona (5)
  6. China (4)
  7. Montana (4)
  8. Canada (4)
  9. Bonnewitz (4)
  10. Houston (4)
Top stratigraphy:
  1. Devonian (7)
  2. Jurassic (5)
  3. Cretaceous (5)
  4. Triassic (2)
  5. Paleogene (2)
  6. Permian (2)
  7. Cambrian (2)
  8. Carboniferous (1)
  9. Ordovician (1)
  10. Silurian (1)

Posts:

The 10 most frequently clicked posts:

From Smallest of Clues, Flying Reptiles Reborn: Natural History Museum Explores the Wonders of Pterosaurs

Utah Geological Survey - blog [2014-04-14 17:34:27]   recommend this post  (262 visits)
nytimes.com About 220 million years ago, as we learn at a thoroughly entrancing new exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History, a fish caught a pterosaur, chewed it up and spit out the pieces. The expelled mass eventually fossilized, [...]

Wooster’s Fossil of the Week: An unusual scleractinian coral from the Upper Cretaceous of Israel

Wooster Geologists [2014-04-13 07:17:56]   recommend this post  (92 visits)
Originally this was going to be a mystery fossil for a crowd-sourced identification while I’m here in Israel doing fieldwork, but through the wonders of the internet I finally found a match for the strange fossil above: it is the scleractinian [...]

Renewed earthquake activity in Hekla volcano

Iceland Volcano and Earthquake blog [2014-04-14 18:39:41]   recommend this post  (77 visits)
Today (14-April-2014) an earthquake swarm took place in south part of Hekla volcano. The earthquake swarm took place close to Vatnafjöll mountains. This area is made up of crater rows from earlier eruptions. The largest earthquake in this … [...]

New papers on tsunamis, archeoseismology, paleoseismology, seismic hazard

Paleoseismicity [2014-04-14 10:35:17]   recommend this post  (71 visits)
I added a couple of new papers to my literature collection last week. The studies deal with trenching in Iran and in China, tsunami research in Japan, Malta and Thailand, with archaeoseismology in Italy, and with seismic hazard of old … [...]

Bruce Black Hole gets into geoscience

Ontario-geofish [2014-04-13 13:22:00]   recommend this post  (61 visits)
Reference I didn't even read the response, it would probably make me barf.  Anyway the panel went nuts on stress measurement.  Hello!  The reason this is the worst rock in the world is the fact that it has no stress!  It's right on top of the [...]

Great stereonet applications

Structural Geology Blog [2014-04-15 00:52:35]   recommend this post  (58 visits)
Stereonet plotting programs are extremely valuable, particularly to those of us that are collecting field data. I have enjoyed using my iPhone app (GeoID) to collect geo-tagged measurements over the last year or two, and being able to easily import [...]

Crete and mainland Greece Fieldwork, March 2014

Paleoseismicity [2014-04-14 13:29:56]   recommend this post  (57 visits)
During the month of March 2014, Sascha and I along with Tobi and Lauretta (BSc students from RWTH University) were in Greece for fieldwork. The fieldwork campaign started on the island of Crete; our institute at RWTH Aachen has a … Continue [...]

Mine Closure: New Ideas & Practice: EduMine Webcast and InfoMine Conference.

I think mining [2014-04-13 07:01:43]   recommend this post  (51 visits)
More is said about mine closure than is done about mine closure.  Will they ever close Giant and Faro?  I doubt it.  Still if the topic interests you, here a few upcoming events. The InfoMine Mine Closure Conference in Belo Horizonte promises [...]

OK earthquakes totally natural and organic

Ontario-geofish [2014-04-13 02:15:00]   recommend this post  (39 visits)
Article Yet the report added that "the majority, but not all, of the recent earthquakes appear to be the result of natural stresses, since they are consistent with the regional Oklahoma natural stress field." I'm totally convinced that [...]

The Yosemite No One Sees in Summer...the Merced River Canyon

Geotripper [2014-04-14 09:05:00]   recommend this post  (36 visits)
The drought in California is horrific. It is quite probably the worst drought in centuries, but we received a slight respite in the form of showers and snow during the last part of March and early April. It was a drop in the bucket towards relieving [...]
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