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Geoblogosphere weekly review (23th week of 2011, 794 weeks ago)

Blogs:

Most active blogs:
  1. Geology.com News (36 posts)
  2. Arizona Geology (22 posts)
  3. Ontario-geofish (11 posts)
  4. JOIDES Resolution blogs (9 posts)
  5. The Volcanism Blog (8 posts)
  6. Mesozóico (8 posts)
  7. Tierra de Dinosaurios (7 posts)
  8. Geology News (7 posts)
  9. WeBlog Aragosaurus (7 posts)
  10. Wooster Geologists (7 posts)
Most visited blogs:
  1. Geology.com News (2080 visits)
  2. Arizona Geology (865 visits)
  3. Dave Hone’s Archosaur Musings (745 visits)
  4. JOIDES Resolution blogs (666 visits)
  5. History of geology (610 visits)
  6. James’ Empty Blog (565 visits)
  7. Ontario-geofish (510 visits)
  8. Mesozóico (492 visits)
  9. Georneys (459 visits)
  10. Spineless Wonders (453 visits)

Topics:

Top keywords:
  1. foi (9)
  2. geology (8)
  3. Expedition 335 (8)
  4. Earth (6)
  5. israel (6)
  6. guilherme (6)
  7. Earthquakes (5)
  8. Allgemein (5)
  9. ao (5)
  10. geologists (5)
Top places:
  1. Portugal (20)
  2. United States (14)
  3. Porto (11)
  4. Arizona (9)
  5. Spain (8)
  6. Lisbon (7)
  7. London (6)
  8. India (5)
  9. Utah (5)
  10. Canada (4)
Top stratigraphy:
  1. Jurassic (4)
  2. Cretaceous (4)
  3. Quaternary (3)
  4. Cenozoic (2)
  5. Silurian (2)
  6. Carboniferous (2)
  7. Devonian (2)
  8. Permian (1)
  9. Triassic (1)
  10. Paleogene (1)

Posts:

The 10 most frequently clicked posts:

A geologist riddle #18

History of geology [2011-05-29 20:50:00]   recommend this post  (554 visits)
Less a riddle than a preview of the subject of the posts to

Federico Castelli

Spineless Wonders [2011-06-03 19:58:00]   recommend this post  (453 visits)
Federico CastelliDoctor in Livorno, Italy.b. ?, d. ?His museum seems to have been dispersed around 1898, so that may have been the year he died.Any additional information would be

Welcome to the Anthropocene

Stratigraphy.net Internals [2011-05-30 09:44:00]   recommend this post  (346 visits)
In its current issue, The Economist has published an interesting piece on "The Anthropocene - A man made world". In terms of public understanding of science it gives an interesting insight into how stratigraphy works, how palaeontology and [...]

Sunday Sand: A Kefalonian Kaleidoscope - and Homer (not Simpson)

Through the Sandglass [2011-05-29 07:25:39]   recommend this post  (331 visits)
Location, location, location. Ingredients, ingredients, ingredients. Just look at these two sands, and these words ring true – one is from the Greek Ionian Island of Kefalonia – or Cephalonia (or Cephallenia, Cephallonia, Kefallinia, or [...]

Tutorial Oasis Montaj 3: Importando y exportando bases de datos

Explorock [2011-06-03 06:11:15]   recommend this post  (316 visits)
Son 13 posts en total que tratan sobre los diferentes tópicos de Oasis Montaj: -Tutorial Oasis Montaj 1: Preparando la información -Tutorial Oasis Montaj 2: Trabajando con la información -Tutorial Oasis Montaj 3: Importando y exportando bases de [...]

Walking Among Giants

JOIDES Resolution blogs [2011-05-29 00:59:04]   recommend this post  (315 visits)
A while back, Jack O’Connor (Chief Engineer) and Ian Barnes (First Assistant Engineer) offered to take the members of the Expedition 335 science party on a tour of the Engine [...]

Inoceramus sp.

kreidefossilien.de - Bilder [2011-05-29 00:21:30]   recommend this post  (311 visits)
Inoceramus sp. linke & rechte Klappe eines Individuums, A17-Brücke über das Müglitztal (Nord) bei Dohna, Slg.

Fake Gold, Fake Diamonds and a Real…Fish Jaw?

Daily Fossil [2011-06-03 00:05:00]   recommend this post  (306 visits)
      The blue is the PyriteThe beige is the BentoniteTuesday Lisa and Matt had a school dig. After the tour, they joined Joey and Ted. They discovered a few fossil fragments, but the real [...]

Interview with James Gurney

Dave Hone’s Archosaur Musings [2011-06-03 10:12:53]   recommend this post  (306 visits)
Today’s interview comes courtesy of James Gurney. He’s almost certainly most famous for his enormously popular series of Dinotopia books (an island where the dinosaurs survived the KT and live alongside humans), but James also does more [...]

Where are we now?

James’ Empty Blog [2011-05-29 01:14:00]   recommend this post  (299 visits)
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