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Geoblogosphere weekly review (27th week of 2016, 677 weeks ago)

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AZGSexit moves forward

Arizona Geology [2016-06-26 05:18:00]   recommend this post  (607 visits)
As Britain exits the European Union, the Arizona Geological Survey is exiting Arizona state government for a new future as a research and service center at the University of Arizona.  We have one year of partial transition funding to become [...]

Hubble Images of Jupiters “Northern Lights” are Amazing!

Dan\'s Wild Wild Science Journal [2016-06-30 22:48:04]   recommend this post  (593 visits)
Jupiter has a MUCH stronger magnetic field than Earth does, and the Aurora’s it produces have been known about for a while, but this image above from Hubble though is one of the most incredible I’ve seen! More from NASA/Hubble HERE. Next [...]

Flying To and From a Grand Canyon Rafting Trip

Earthly Musings [2016-06-26 20:31:00]   recommend this post  (569 visits)
My latest river trip in the Grand Canyon included some choice perks! In advance of the trip, there were three nights at The Enchantment Resort located in Boynton Canyon near Sedona and on the back end was a night at the Vdara Hotel on the Strip in [...]

TRAPPER CABIN: BOWRON LAKE CIRCUIT

ARCHEA [2016-06-29 19:18:00]   recommend this post  (567 visits)

Living the Dream, Day 6 – Elves Chasm and the Great Unconformity

WATCH FOR ROCKS - Travels of a Sharp-Eyed Geologist [2016-06-30 04:10:10]   recommend this post  (558 visits)
A rosy–fingered dawn metamorphoses into a vibrantly blue morning sky. In the blink of an eye, shadows and colors shift on the canyon walls. Another plate of scrambled eggs sits balanced on my lap. It is Day Six of our Colorado River rafting [...]

Strong earthquake swarm deep on the Reykjanes ridge

Iceland Volcano and Earthquake blog [2016-06-26 01:06:17]   recommend this post  (547 visits)
Few days ago an earthquake swarm started deep on the Reykjanes Ridge, this is as far as the Reykjanes ridge extends at the end of it. After that the north Atlantic ridge starts. It is close to impossible … Continue reading

Le deformazioni e la storia della placca indo-australiana nell'Oceano Indiano orientale

scienzeedintorni [2016-06-30 12:12:00]   recommend this post  (533 visits)
Qualche tempo fa ho scritto un post sulla complessa storia dell’apertura dell’Oceano Indiano, in particolare di quello Occidentale. Oggi parlo invece della parte nordorientale di questo bacino, perché presenta delle caratteristiche molto [...]

Fuego und Bistrol Island

Florian Beckers Vulkan-Blog [2016-06-26 11:20:35]   recommend this post  (514 visits)
Am Fuego in Guatemala ereignete sich ein neuer Paroxysmus und auf Bristol Island geht es heiß

news from the garden

drip | david’s really interesting pages... [2016-06-26 10:43:10]   recommend this post  (513 visits)
A new guest : A Hawfinch, or in German “Pit-Biter” (Kernbeisser). Perhaps interested in these… And the woodpecker family have become daily guests, hunting for treats on our

Kilauea: Lavastrom erreicht Küstenebene

Florian Beckers Vulkan-Blog [2016-06-30 10:22:16]   recommend this post  (494 visits)
Auf Hawaii erreicht der Lavastrom 61g die Küstenebene. Möglicher Wiese wird es in den nächsten Wochen wieder einen "ocean entry" zu bewundern
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