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Geoblogosphere weekly review (40th week of 2011, 668 weeks ago)


Most active blogs:
  1. News (49 posts)
  2. Tierra de Dinosaurios (14 posts)
  3. State of the Planet (12 posts)
  4. Ontario-geofish (11 posts)
  5. Geology News (10 posts)
  6. Geopark Araripe (9 posts)
  7. JOIDES Resolution blogs (8 posts)
  8. Eruptions (7 posts)
  9. WeBlog Aragosaurus (7 posts)
  10. Dan\'s Wild Wild Science Journal (7 posts)
Most visited blogs:
  1. News (738 visits)
  2. The Coastal Paleontologist (428 visits)
  3. State of the Planet (357 visits)
  4. Eruptions (305 visits)
  5. Louisville Area Fossils (248 visits)
  6. Dan\'s Wild Wild Science Journal (243 visits)
  7. Views of the Mahantango (229 visits)
  8. // -- Infos zu Krustensteinen, Furchensteinen, Hirnsteinen und Onkoiden am Chiemsee (213 visits)
  9. Tierra de Dinosaurios (199 visits)
  10. En Tequila Es Verdad (185 visits)


Top keywords:
  1. dinosaurs (11)
  2. flickr (10)
  3. geology-related photos (9)
  4. Similar Posts (9)
  5. Geology News (9)
  6. Daily Geology Photos (9)
  7. summary (9)
  8. Energy (7)
  9. Eruptions (6)
  10. Climate change (6)
Top places:
  1. United States (9)
  2. Oregon (6)
  3. California (6)
  4. Louisville (5)
  5. China (5)
  6. North Carolina (5)
  7. Washington (4)
  8. Limestone (4)
  9. Japan (4)
  10. India (4)
Top stratigraphy:
  1. Cretaceous (7)
  2. Jurassic (6)
  3. Silurian (5)
  4. Ordovician (5)
  5. Paleogene (4)
  6. Devonian (4)
  7. Quaternary (3)
  8. Carboniferous (3)
  9. Triassic (2)
  10. Neogene (2)


The 10 most frequently clicked posts:

California shark teeth

The Coastal Paleontologist [2011-09-29 18:32:00]   recommend this post  (421 visits)
Yesterday while doing fieldwork at one of my research localities, I spotted a beautiful shark tooth poking out of the cliff. Only a very tiny part of the serrated tooth blade could be seen, and initially I was unsure of how large it was. After a few [...]


// -- Infos zu Krustensteinen, Furchensteinen, Hirnsteinen und Onkoiden am Chiemsee [2011-09-25 10:49:54]   recommend this post  (213 visits)
Auf eigenen Seiten sind zwei Onkoide aus der Oberen Alz bei Truchtlaching vorgestellt… Onkoid A Onkoid

Cuspate Foreland, Anholt, Denmark

Olelog [2011-09-29 10:19:57]   recommend this post  (176 visits)
Satellite images often make ground features more obvious. Here is a satellite image (Google Map) of the noth-western part of the Danish island Anholt. It shows nicely how coastal erosion (retreat) and progradation go hand in hand. To the east is a [...]

Eruptions is on the move!

Eruptions [2011-09-26 19:31:08]   recommend this post  (174 visits)
Big changes are afoot for Eruptions - I'm on the move. After a year here at Big Think, I've decided to move the blog to Wired Science. Needless to say, I am very appreciative to Big Think for hosting me for the last year. It was an exciting year for [...]

The River That Looks Like a Signature

Pathological Geomorphology [2011-09-26 04:16:51]   recommend this post  (166 visits)
I haven't posted on here in a long time ... I don't know why, I love this site. I've actually been using it for my class. Maybe this will get me posting again.At the recommendation of @bedform on Twitter (sedimentologist / [...]

Baby Eucalyptocrinus Crinoid

Louisville Area Fossils [2011-09-25 20:53:00]   recommend this post  (163 visits)
This crinoid calyx was almost found intact. One side of it is chipped off.  A small ring is at the top where the arms folded together.  Found in the Waldron Shale of Clark County, Indiana which dated to the Silurian Period.  As can be [...]

Whither CCS?

State of the Planet [2011-09-27 15:58:15]   recommend this post  (159 visits)
In June, American Electric Power suspended its work on the world’s largest test of carbon capture and storage (CCS) at a power plant, in West Virginia, citing lack of regulatory certainty. At the successful conclusion of a two year validation [...]

La Nina Is Back- What it means for the upcoming winter.

Dan\'s Wild Wild Science Journal [2011-09-25 04:25:50]   recommend this post  (147 visits)
Colder Than Normal The temperature anomalies in the equatorial Pacific have reached -0.7C in the Nina 3.4 region, and anything below -0.5 C is considered La Nina conditions. There seems little doubt now that La Nina conditions will prevail over the [...]

Pleurodictyum from the Jeffersonville Limestone

Views of the Mahantango [2011-09-25 09:01:00]   recommend this post  (146 visits)
The specimens shown below are of Pleurodictyum and came from a site that was mixed Louisville Limestone and Jeffersonville Limestone. I can't say for sure which formation it came from but more than likely it came from the Jeffersonville. I base this [...]

An adventure and a hiatus

Through the Sandglass [2011-09-28 07:52:20]   recommend this post  (138 visits)
When you live in an archipelago, what better way to travel than by boat? And, Indonesia being the world’s largest archipelago, seafaring is undoubtedly the way to go –although with over 17,000 islands, ambitions must be modest. Since I | Impressum