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Geoblogosphere weekly review (18th week of 2016, 631 weeks ago)

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Posts:

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Earthquake Geology of the 16 April, 2016, Kumamoto Earthquake – report by Koji Okumura

paleoseismicity.org [2016-04-24 17:57:43]   recommend this post  (522 visits)
On 16 April an earthquake of magnitude Mw7.0 hit the district of Kumamoto, Kyushu Island, Japan. The quake was preceeded by a Mw6.1 foreshock one day before. It occurred on the ENE striking, right lateral Futagawa-Hinagu fault zone. Our colleague [...]

Why Did Dad Collect All of This Crap? ~ Thoughts of Mortality

Fossils and Other Living Things [2016-04-28 18:11:00]   recommend this post  (479 visits)
I seem to be stuck in sand.  I recently wrote about it (Sizing Up Sand, A Grain at a Time), and, now, here’s another post that turns to sand (or ashes?).In my last post, I noted that I had stashed several precolonial Mesoamerican obsidian [...]

What's Your Favorite Stereotype of a Desert? The 2% Answer? The Dunes at Death Valley

Geotripper [2016-04-26 08:27:00]   recommend this post  (472 visits)
Think of the word "desert". What''s the first picture that pops into your mind? Is it Saguaro Cacti, like an old western? Is it cliffs and spires like other old westerns? Is it a painted desert, like an old Disney movie or a Roadrunner [...]

Damn Fool California Farmers Bringing on a New Dust Bowl

Geotripper [2016-04-28 09:34:00]   recommend this post  (468 visits)
The video is very short, but in eight seconds it shows the stupidity of bad agricultural practices in Central California, practices that have led to disaster in the past, and maybe into our immediate future as well. Muddy runoff from an almond [...]

Creative conservation: thinking outside the box to protect species in a warming world

The Contemplative Mammoth [2016-04-28 19:56:10]   recommend this post  (465 visits)
Climate change and human activity are going to combine to create new challenges to biodiversity in the coming century. Over the last decade, it’s become increasingly apparent that 20th century conservation strategies may be poorly suited to [...]

Reconstrucciones tridimensionales de cráneos de cocodrilos en el 1st IMERP-XIV EJIP

Dinosaurios (el cuaderno de Godzillín) [2016-04-25 08:56:00]   recommend this post  (460 visits)
Entre los trabajos presentados en el I IMERP/ XIV EJIP que tuvo lugar la semana pasada en la localidad de Alpuente (Valencia), nuestro compañero Alejandro Serrano dio una charla sobre la reconstrucción tridimensional de las cavidades contenidas [...]

Dinosaurs in decline tens of millions of years before their final extinction - new paper in PNAS

Raptor's Nest [2016-04-24 02:37:00]   recommend this post  (452 visits)
There is no dispute that non-avian dinosaurs went extinct at the Cretaceous-Paleogene (K-Pg) boundary, most likely owing to a large asteroid hitting the Earth, but what has been debated for decades is whether dinosaurs were reigning strong up to the [...]

Nenana Ice Classic 2016

Real Climate [2016-04-24 05:19:28]   recommend this post  (452 visits)
Just a quick note since I’ve been tracking this statistic for a few years, but the Nenana Ice Classic tripod went down this afternoon (Apr 23, 3:39 Alaska Standard Time). See the earlier post for what this is and why it says something about [...]

NASA’s 4K View of April 17 Solar Flare

Gunnars Geo-Blog [2016-04-26 18:16:00]   recommend this post  (438 visits)

la bufala dello "sversamento di petrolio in mare " a Marina di Grosseto

scienzeedintorni [2016-04-24 11:49:00]   recommend this post  (431 visits)
Nel post che ho pubblicato venerdì sulla comunicazione durante le emergenze ho accennato al problema dei commentatori fai da te che oltre a fare un'opera di documentazione spesso, volontariamente o no, fanno disinformazione perché danno una [...]
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