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Geoblogosphere weekly review (13th week of 2016, 333 weeks ago)

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  7. Sauropod Vertebra Picture of the Week (390 visits)
  8. Views of the Mahantango (364 visits)
  9. Arizona Geology (360 visits)
  10. BEYONDbones (349 visits)

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Posts:

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Wooster’s Fossils of the Week: An encrusted and bored coral (maybe) from the Upper Ordovician of southeastern Indiana (Part I)

Wooster Geologists [2016-03-25 05:01:55]   recommend this post  (297 visits)
I found this lump of a gray rock in southeastern Indiana along a highway near the town of Liberty. It is from the Saluda Formation (Upper Ordovician), a thin unit that was likely deposited in very shallow, lagoonal waters along the Cincinnati Arch. [...]

Blast from the Past: It’s all about scales

GeoSphere [2016-03-22 13:45:41]   recommend this post  (296 visits)
It has often been said that geology is the study of scales. Time scales, large scales, small scales and many others. Indeed, one of the most crucial parts of any photo or map is the scale.... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for [...]

A Sight That Overwhelms: Dante's View and a Sense of Scale

Geotripper [2016-03-25 18:32:00]   recommend this post  (295 visits)
It's one of the most astounding viewpoints in all of North America. The Black Mountains form the eastern edge of Death Valley, and they are one of the most rugged mountain fronts in existence. In places the mountains are so steep that one cannot see [...]

National landslides hazards bill introduced in US House

Arizona Geology [2016-03-25 03:58:00]   recommend this post  (295 visits)
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Come to HMNS After Dark for a Sweet Surprise!

BEYONDbones [2016-03-24 23:18:52]   recommend this post  (279 visits)
You may use artificial sweeteners in your tea or coffee, maybe even sprinkle some on your food, but there’s nothing quite like the miracle fruit to make sour foods more palatable. Just gnaw on one of these berries for a … Continue [...]

Pelecypod molds and casts from the Bois d'Arc formation of Oklahoma

Views of the Mahantango [2016-03-25 08:01:00]   recommend this post  (279 visits)
As I mentioned in the previous post, I found a few specimens of pelecypod in the Bois d'Arc formation that are just casts or molds that I can't really ID. This specimen looks like it may belong to the genus Nucula or Grammysia.This next specimen [...]

‘Popping Rocks’ with Robots

State of the Planet [2016-03-25 00:08:12]   recommend this post  (271 visits)
It turns out that studying lava flows at the bottom of the ocean uses many of the same methods as studying lava flows on other planets, writes Lamont's Elise

Session “Historical earthquake research in Europe” at the 35th General Assembly of the ESC in Trieste, Italy

Paleoseismicity [2016-03-24 22:34:38]   recommend this post  (260 visits)
From 4-10 September, 2016, the 35th General Assembly of the European Seismological Commission (ESC) will be held in Trieste, Italy. Deadline for abstract submission is 30 April, early bird registration ends 31 May. The meeting covers a whole range [...]

The New Scams

Ontario-geofish [2016-03-25 13:13:00]   recommend this post  (240 visits)
Reference I blame it all on the warmists.  They were able to use semantics and philosophy to set aside the Scientific Method and create the new Consensus Science.  Now everybody has jumped on that bandwagon.  This thing has a tiny flashlight [...]

A Living Kaleidoscope in the Red Hills of the Sierra Nevada Foothills

Geotripper [2016-03-24 07:20:00]   recommend this post  (222 visits)
I always thought that kaleidoscopes were named after someone named Kaleid, but the authoritative source (Wikipedia, of course) indicates that the name is a mixture of Latin terms that translates to "observation of beautiful forms." [...]
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