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Geoblogosphere weekly review (28th week of 2016, 314 weeks ago)


Most active blogs:
  1. Mente et Malleo (20 posts)
  2. State of the Planet (6 posts)
  3. Dinosaur Home - Blogs (5 posts)
  4. BEYONDbones (5 posts)
  5. Dan\'s Wild Wild Science Journal (5 posts)
  6. Wooster Geologists (4 posts)
  7. James’ Empty Blog (3 posts)
  8. Arizona Geology (3 posts)
  9. Ontario-geofish (3 posts)
  10. Geology in the West Country (3 posts)
Most visited blogs:
  1. Geology in the West Country (687 visits)
  2. (523 visits)
  3. AGU Meetings (423 visits)
  4. Mente et Malleo (414 visits)
  5. BEYONDbones (393 visits)
  6. Dan\'s Wild Wild Science Journal (379 visits)
  7. State of the Planet (334 visits)
  8. Lake Scientist (322 visits)
  9. Paleoseismicity (259 visits)
  10. Dinosaur Home - Blogs (173 visits)


Top keywords:
  1. Allgemein (12)
  2. KUNCI GITAR (7)
  3. From the BlogSphere (5)
  4. Education (3)
  5. Dream Theater (3)
  6. Natur des Glaubens (3)
  7. MUSE (2)
  8. Earth Sciences (2)
  9. General Interest (2)
  10. Mente et Malleo (2)
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      The 10 most frequently clicked posts:

      Postdoctoral Research Assistant Position/ Upper plate deformation – Mexican subduction, available March 2017 [2016-07-09 17:42:16]   recommend this post  (267 visits)
      The following open position might be of interest to the paleoseismology community: “We are seeking a Postdoctoral Research Assistant for a 12 month fixed term appointment working on the exciting new UNAM-CONACYT-funded project [...]

      New papers on paleoseismology, tsunami, and active tectonics (July 2016)

      Paleoseismicity [2016-07-03 15:21:51]   recommend this post  (259 visits)
      Today’s paper round-up is rather short. Maybe this is due to the start of the field work season and many editors being involved in field research, maybe it’s just holiday season. Maybe I’ve missed some papers because I have been in [...]

      Guest blog by Javier Escartín (IPGP) & Frédérique Leclerc (EOS): Studying coseismic deformation along submarine faults [2016-07-06 12:13:19]   recommend this post  (256 visits)
      The geometry, length, and displacement of fault ruptures that breach the surface provide critical information on the behavior of faults during seismic events (coseismic deformation), and on their long-term behavior. The study of coseismic fault [...]

      Future astronauts might not be able to use water on Mars, study suggests

      AGU Meetings [2016-07-07 16:14:08]   recommend this post  (246 visits)
      Last year, scientists made a splash with the news that dark streaks on the Martian surface were signs of flowing liquid water. So far, they have been unable to determine where the water is coming from, but a new study uses recently acquired data of [...]

      Stone Sculptures

      Geology in the West Country [2016-07-03 18:24:00]   recommend this post  (246 visits)
      Fantastic exhibition 'Sculpture in Stone'Asthall Manor,near Burford, Oxfordshireuntil 10th JulyVisit

      The Science of Summer

      BEYONDbones [2016-07-08 15:19:17]   recommend this post  (236 visits)
      Why does ice cream look different when it melts in your car and gets refrozen?If you have ever made homemade ice cream, you may have noticed that it takes a lot of work. My family’s ice cream maker looked a … Continue reading

      Nepartak Rapid Scan Loop

      Dan\'s Wild Wild Science Journal [2016-07-07 23:09:10]   recommend this post  (227 visits)
      Can you spot the gravity waves in this stunning loop of Nepartak from the Himawari 8 Satellite? Click the image to load the loop from Today (Thursday). Transverse cirrus bands are also visible in the image above, and these are indicative of severe [...]

      Pterosaurs should have been too big to fly?

      Geology in the West Country [2016-07-03 18:21:00]   recommend this post  (227 visits)

      Lakes Made By Meteors

      Lake Scientist [2016-07-07 23:17:26]   recommend this post  (221 visits)
      We have covered our share of crater lakes. Most have been formed thanks to angry and violent volcanic eruptions that blew out large portions of Earth that eventually filled back[...] The post Lakes Made By Meteors appeared first on Lake

      July 7th - Environmental Impact of a degassing volcano, Masaya, Nicaragua

      Geology in the West Country [2016-07-03 18:28:00]   recommend this post  (214 visits)
      Environmental Impact of a degassing volcano, Masaya, NicaraguaProfessor Hazel Rymer, The Open UniversityThursday July 7th, 7.30 p.m.Our primary goal is a better understanding of the environmental and ecological hazards posed by gas emissions at [...] | Impressum