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Geoblogosphere weekly review (27th week of 2011, 815 weeks ago)


Most active blogs:
  1. News (44 posts)
  2. Wooster Geologists (15 posts)
  3. JOIDES Resolution blogs (15 posts)
  4. Tierra de Dinosaurios (14 posts)
  5. Ontario-geofish (12 posts)
  6. Geology News (11 posts)
  7. State of the Planet (9 posts)
  8. Gunnars Geo-Blog (7 posts)
  9. James’ Empty Blog (7 posts)
  10. Arizona Geology (7 posts)
Most visited blogs:
  1. News (2448 visits)
  2. JOIDES Resolution blogs (914 visits)
  3. Wooster Geologists (832 visits)
  4. Coherent Lighthouse (656 visits)
  5. Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs (572 visits)
  6. The Accretionary Wedge (541 visits)
  7. Magma Cum Laude (523 visits)
  8. Tierra de Dinosaurios (468 visits)
  9. The Musings of a Life-Long Scholar (440 visits)


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  2. flickr (9)
  3. trip (8)
  4. Environment (7)
  5. geology-related photos (7)
  6. Curiosidades (7)
  7. video (7)
  8. Similar Posts (7)
  9. dinosaur (7)
  10. Geology News (7)
Top places:
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  3. Lisbon (11)
  4. Estonia (7)
  5. California (6)
  6. Australia (5)
  7. New York (5)
  8. Canada (5)
  9. Grand Canyon Village (5)
  10. Paris (5)
Top stratigraphy:
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  2. Jurassic (4)
  3. Silurian (3)
  4. Quaternary (3)
  5. Paleogene (2)
  6. Carboniferous (2)
  7. Triassic (2)
  8. Cambrian (1)
  9. Cretaceous (1)
  10. Permian (1)


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Coherent Lighthouse [2011-06-29 19:45:00]   recommend this post  (519 visits)
Screenshot off the tablet: How's that TikiCosmonaut coming

Accretionary Wedge #34: Weird Geology

The Accretionary Wedge [2011-06-26 02:42:04]   recommend this post  (442 visits)
Accretionary Wedge #34: Weird Geology It seems to me that there would be no such science as geology if dear old planet Earth wasn’t really damned weird. Image Credit: Chris Rowan People had been running into seashells on mountaintops for [...]


The Musings of a Life-Long Scholar [2011-06-26 21:43:00]   recommend this post  (440 visits)
I have been far too busy enjoying the fact that I moved to Scandinavia for love to post very often, but I feel compelled to play in this month's Accretionary Wedge. My favourite geology word would have to be orogenesis. I love mountains better [...]

Las Conchas Wildfire: Photos

Magma Cum Laude [2011-06-27 17:48:14]   recommend this post  (417 visits)
Here is a progression of photos from the Las Conchas wildfire, burning near Los Alamos, NM, from around 3pm yesterday afternoon to the evening. At last check, the fire had gone from a few hundred acres yesterday afternoon to more than 43,000 acres [...]

Debris Avalanche on Mount Rainier News [2011-06-29 07:24:01]   recommend this post  (392 visits)
A very interesting video of a debris avalanche that occurred on June 25 at Mount Rainier, Washington. Although the cloud of dust attracts your attention the main body of the flow is at ground level and can be seen ahead of the

Terra Nova drops new promo images

Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs [2011-06-26 05:50:00]   recommend this post  (389 visits)
Beware of the slashers! The upcoming Fox series Terra Nova, set to premiere on September 26 in the US, has released a series of promotional posters, giving us the first good look at the dinosaurs in the series. The clearest one shows a dude being [...]

A new Senior Independent Study project begins in Estonia

Wooster Geologists [2011-06-26 20:16:43]   recommend this post  (384 visits)
KURESSAARE, ESTONIA–It is always a joy to begin the fieldwork for an Independent Study project — or at least know what the fieldwork will be. This morning we visited the Soeginina Cliff locality on the Atla Peninsula of western Saaremaa [...]

The JASON is real

JOIDES Resolution blogs [2011-06-27 00:26:34]   recommend this post  (381 visits)
Here is the JASON being prepared for the next trip to the bottom of the ocean! read

Entrevista a Francisco Ortega no âmbito do Curso Paleontológico de Verão, em Cuenca, Espanha.

ALT-SOCIEDADE DE HISTÓRIA NATURAL [2011-06-26 21:00:00]   recommend this post  (365 visits)
Aqui vos deixamos a entrevista realizada a Francisco Ortega, da UNED e ALT-SHN, no âmbito do Curso de Verão de Cuenca. Os devidos créditos são do blog Godzillin, que (nos) plagiamos frequentemente. La investigación en paleontología genera [...]

Ferdinand Vandiveer Hayden: Early Paleontologist News [2011-06-27 04:32:20]   recommend this post  (348 visits)
“Hayden was the “Man Who Picks Up Stones Running” – a name said to be given to him in 1853 by the Sioux who lived in the vicinity of the deposits Hayden prospected during his trip along the Missouri River.” Quote from the Wired [...] | Impressum