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Geoblogosphere weekly review (9th week of 2011, 1307 weeks ago)

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Meandering streams v. complex structure, Pakistan

Pathological Geomorphology [2011-02-25 05:26:00]   recommend this post  (1523 visits)
Really an awful lot of meandering and wanton ignorance of complex geological structure in this part of Pakistan. Yow. Browse around for more...really wild place. http://goo.gl/maps/Wgck Permalink | Leave a comment  »

Engineering Geologists vs Geological Engineers vs Geotechnical Engineers

GeoPrac.net [2011-02-23 05:10:00]   recommend this post  (1002 visits)
So what’s the difference between Engineering Geologists, Geological Engineers and Geotechnical Engineers?  That’s not the beginning of a geeky joke.  But in most professional circles in this industry, it’s a question where the nuances of the [...]

Earthquake Damage, Christchurch New Zealand

Geology.com News [2011-02-23 02:25:17]   recommend this post  (922 visits)
This video shows scenes of the earthquake damage in the city of Christchurch, New Zealand. At least 75 people were killed and the count will likely rise

Photomicrograph Tuesday: Magnetite & hematite

Life in Plane Light [2011-02-23 05:47:20]   recommend this post  (782 visits)
I’m going to aim for getting this done while its still Tuesday locally, but things around here have been a bit crazy due to the rather high snow amounts that fell Sunday / Monday. This week is also a bit different in that we’re going to [...]

A Poor Disaster in a Rich Country

Georneys [2011-02-23 04:13:00]   recommend this post  (721 visits)
With at least 75 people dead and extensive damage throughout the city of Christchurch, the toll of the recent New Zealand earthquake is already a heavy one. A number of factors contributed to make this earthquake so deadly-- the magnitude, the [...]

On the causes of the high levels of loss in the Christchurch earthquake

The Landslide Blog [2011-02-23 08:11:19]   recommend this post  (717 visits)
An examination of the key reasons why a comparatively small (mw = 6.3) earthquake has been responsible for such high losses in Christchurch, New

M6.3 Earthquake: Christchurch, New Zealand

Geology.com News [2011-02-22 01:58:38]   recommend this post  (713 visits)
A magnitude 6.3 earthquake occurred near Christchurch, New Zealand on Tuesday, February 22 at 1:04 PM local time. The earthquake was at a depth of just 4.2 miles and was strongly felt at the surface. Early news report from the Boston

Breccia-Pipe Uranium Mining in Northern Arizona

Geology.com News [2011-02-21 06:25:18]   recommend this post  (711 visits)
“Some of the highest grade uranium ore in the United States occurs in breccia pipes scattered across the Grand Canyon region. These breccia pipes, named for their vertical, pipe-like shape and the broken rock, or breccia, that fills them, [...]

Some Tears For Beautiful Christchurch

Dan\'s Wild Wild Science Journal [2011-02-23 04:54:13]   recommend this post  (695 visits)
If you go to Antarctica with the U.S. Antarctic Program (NSF), you will be very familiar with Christchurch. It’s the take off and return point for all of those who go to work, and do science “on the ice”. Last night, when I emailed [...]

Another sizable earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand

Eruptions [2011-02-22 02:11:53]   recommend this post  (688 visits)
Last year, the city of Christchurch in New Zealand experienced a M7.2 earthquake. Luckily that earthquake was centered in a relatively unpopulated area outside the city in the middle of the night. Today, it seems, a potential aftershock of the [...]
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