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Geoblogosphere weekly review (19th week of 2013, 623 weeks ago)


Most active blogs:
  1. The Dragon’s Tales (32 posts)
  2. News (22 posts)
  3. Arizona Geology (10 posts)
  4. Dinosaurios (el cuaderno de Godzillín) (7 posts)
  5. Geology News (6 posts)
  6. drip | david’s really interesting pages... (6 posts)
  7. Mountain Beltway (6 posts)
  8. State of the Planet (6 posts)
  9. Tierra de Dinosaurios (5 posts)
  10. I think mining (5 posts)
Most visited blogs:
  1. The Dragon’s Tales (1115 visits)
  2. News (947 visits)
  3. Dave Hone’s Archosaur Musings (748 visits)
  4. Arizona Geology (605 visits)
  5. Views of the Mahantango (513 visits)
  6. Afarensis (464 visits)
  7. Wooster Geologists (459 visits)
  8. Dan\'s Wild Wild Science Journal (440 visits)
  9. Oakland Geology (373 visits)
  10. Why I hate Theropods (366 visits)


Top keywords:
  1. geology (9)
  2. Affiliations (7)
  3. time (7)
  4. Daily Geology Photos (6)
  5. people (6)
  6. Authors (6)
  7. música (5)
  8. Ray Harryhausen (5)
  9. earthquakes (4)
  10. Alaska (4)
Top places:
  1. Brazil (20)
  2. United States (7)
  3. Alberta (7)
  4. Alaska (6)
  5. Arizona (5)
  6. Australia (5)
  7. New York (4)
  8. Russia (4)
  9. United Kingdom (4)
  10. North America (4)
Top stratigraphy:
  1. Devonian (7)
  2. Ordovician (5)
  3. Cretaceous (3)
  4. Jurassic (3)
  5. Permian (2)
  6. Silurian (2)
  7. Neogene (1)
  8. Triassic (1)
  9. Cambrian (1)
  10. Cryogenian (1)


The 10 most frequently clicked posts:

In Memoriam: Ray Harryhausen

Afarensis [2013-05-07 23:57:53]   recommend this post  (441 visits)
According to the LA Times Ray Harryhausen has passed away. He will be

Wooster’s Fossil of the Week: An asaphid trilobite from the Middle Ordovician of the Leningrad Region, Russia

Wooster Geologists [2013-05-05 07:28:21]   recommend this post  (397 visits)
This weathered trilobite is nothing like the gorgeous specimens of this genus you can buy at various rock shops around the world and on the web, but it has sentimental value to me. I collected it on an epic field trip in Russia in 2009. We hacked [...]

Montclair ballfield and the Hayward fault

Oakland Geology [2013-05-05 02:08:21]   recommend this post  (373 visits)
This is the view from atop the old railroad crossing at Mountain Boulevard, overlooking the south end of Montclair Playground. The Hayward fault is mapped running through here from about third base on the ballfield at the left across the field of [...]

all aboard the bullsh*t express, choo-choo, part 1

Why I hate Theropods [2013-05-09 01:40:00]   recommend this post  (366 visits)
It costs $18 to read a 1 page article about how Jean-Jacques Hublin is worried that "draconian access requirements are squandering the potential of imaging technology to advance human palaeontology".  I suppose I should feel better in that [...]

An expected journey

Dave Hone’s Archosaur Musings [2013-05-05 22:22:02]   recommend this post  (361 visits)
Well I’m back from my trip to the Tyrrell to do the research part of Project Daspletosaurus. I’ve had a great time and been extremely busy, but in addition, barely had any internet access or there would have been more blog posts. Now I [...]

Other corals from Iowa

Views of the Mahantango [2013-05-05 09:01:00]   recommend this post  (358 visits)
Here are some corals that my friend Nathan gave me from the Cedar Valley formation of Iowa (Devonian, Givetian stage).A couple of Favosites: Specimen #1Specimen #2Side by sideA rugose coral of unknown speciesSome more rugose corals And then there is [...]

Berlin exhibitions

Dave Hone’s Archosaur Musings [2013-05-06 18:35:35]   recommend this post  (348 visits)
I started looking through the huge collection of photos from the Tyrrell and realised that I’d never finished covering all of the Berlin Museum that I started back at the end of Jan. I really don’t want to leave that hanging on till [...]

How To Think Like a Scientist and Why You Should

Dan\'s Wild Wild Science Journal [2013-05-05 07:00:40]   recommend this post  (310 visits)
Anecdotal evidence can be very interesting, and it can lead to great discoveries, but it’s usually false. Unfortunately, many people make almost all of their decisions based on it. In some rare cases it’s almost a necessity, but in [...]

Imaggeo on Mondays: Spying on the Arctic

GeoLog-The official blog of the European Geosciences Union [2013-05-06 12:00:01]   recommend this post  (305 visits)
This week’s Imaggeo on Mondays is brought to you by the photographer himself, Fabien Darrouzet who captured the beautiful glacial landscape during a summer expedition to the Arctic.  This picture was taken in Svalbard (78° lat.) in June 2012. I [...]

Analysing the Bingham Canyon mine landslide part 2: the landslide track

The Landslide Blog [2013-05-06 10:25:41]   recommend this post  (299 visits)
The second part of my three-part posting analysing the Bingham Canyon landslide using images provided by Kennecott | Impressum