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Geoblogosphere weekly review (49th week of 2013, 766 weeks ago)

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  5. State of the Planet (642 visits)
  6. I think mining (525 visits)
  7. Louisville Area Fossils (449 visits)
  8. Reporting on a Revolution (411 visits)
  9. Eruptions (396 visits)
  10. Georneys (390 visits)

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Jurassic World: ¿Qué sabemos hasta ahora?

El Pakozoico [2013-12-06 10:30:00]   recommend this post  (699 visits)
Este año ha sido importante para los fans de la saga Jurásica que comenzó en 1993 con el estreno de "Parque Jurásico". No sólo hemos podido disfrutar de la película original reconvertida a 3D en cines, sino que se anunció la cuarta [...]

Wooster’s Fossil of the Week: An encrusted cobble from the Upper Ordovician of Kentucky

Wooster Geologists [2013-12-01 06:21:27]   recommend this post  (651 visits)
In 1984 I pulled the above specimen from a muddy ditch during a pouring rain near the confluence of Gunpowder Creek and the Ohio River in Boone County, northern Kentucky. It changed my life. This limestone cobble eroded out of the Kope Formation, a [...]

Que se preparen los tiranosáuridos norteamericanos... aquí llega Siats meekerorum

Dinosaurios (el cuaderno de Godzillín) [2013-12-04 08:00:00]   recommend this post  (591 visits)
Hace poco en este mismo blog se hablaba del nuevo tyrannosaurido de Norte América denominado Lythronax, cuyo descubrimiento aportaba nuevas hipótesis sobre la distribución de este clado durante el Cretácico Superior al oeste del continente [...]

Monday Geology Picture: Double Rock Arch and Sky

Georneys [2013-12-02 19:48:06]   recommend this post  (390 visits)
For this week’s “Monday Geology Picture” post I thought I’d share a picture that I took in Arches National Park in Utah back in 2005. This picture shows a rock feature known as “The Double Arch”. Stunning, [...]

A Dispute About Adam And The Origins Of Humans

Reporting on a Revolution [2013-12-03 07:15:00]   recommend this post  (385 visits)
More than 40% Americans insist that God created humans in their present form less than 10,000 years ago. Probably a majority don't believe evolution at all or accept that it has played a role but one overseen by God in the history of life. Now [...]

Mining Mono Lake’s Rich Store of Climate History

State of the Planet [2013-12-06 22:04:57]   recommend this post  (371 visits)
Understanding the ancient climate history of Mono Lake will help scientists project what might happen in the future as the world warms up. This is no esoteric question for Los Angeles, whose nearly 4 million people depend in part on Mono Lake’s [...]

Platyceras dumosum pileum Snail Fossil

Louisville Area Fossils [2013-12-01 02:38:00]   recommend this post  (356 visits)
Picture of what appears to be a Platyceras dumosum pileum gastropod fossil. It was found in the Devonian limestone of Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA. This fossil is some sort of spiny snail.Thanks to my cousins Kenny and Chris for the pictures [...]

An informal meeting/workshop on paleoseismology of NW Europe in Utrecht, 9 January 2014

Paleoseismicity [2013-12-02 11:04:10]   recommend this post  (344 visits)
Paleoseismologists from northern Central Europe are meeting regularily for discussions, usually twice a year, and the next small workshop will take place in Utrecht on 9 January, 2014. The one-day meeting is dedicated to present latest results of [...]

Etna’s New Southeast Crater Produces Another Explosive Show (Lava Flows Included)

Eruptions [2013-12-03 03:38:49]   recommend this post  (337 visits)
It appears that Etna is going full-steam-ahead right now with a constant stream of paroxysms. Tonight the Italian volcano had its third in a little over a week and although it was shrouded by clouds for much of the eruption,

Vancouver’s Sunshine Coast

I think mining [2013-12-02 03:25:10]   recommend this post  (336 visits)
We went this weekend to the Sunshine Coast north of Vancouver.  A ferry ride and many small roads winding along picturesque scenery.  No sunshine but these
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