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Geoblogosphere weekly review (14th week of 2017, 32 weeks ago)

Blogs:

Most active blogs:
  1. Theropoda (6 posts)
  2. kreidefossilien.de (6 posts)
  3. BEYONDbones (6 posts)
  4. Ontario-geofish (5 posts)
  5. Louisville Area Fossils (5 posts)
  6. Koprolitos (5 posts)
  7. Gunnars Geo-Blog (4 posts)
  8. The Landslide Blog (4 posts)
  9. Geotripper (3 posts)
  10. GeoPrac.net (3 posts)
Most visited blogs:
  1. Gunnars Geo-Blog (742 visits)
  2. Louisville Area Fossils (597 visits)
  3. BEYONDbones (419 visits)
  4. The Landslide Blog (380 visits)
  5. Dan\'s Wild Wild Science Journal (264 visits)
  6. Wooster Geologists (229 visits)
  7. Ontario-geofish (225 visits)
  8. Mountain Beltway (223 visits)
  9. Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs (217 visits)
  10. paleoseismicity.org (217 visits)

Topics:

Top keywords:
  1. Erdbeben (3)
  2. frontpage (3)
  3. Arts (2)
  4. Geotourismus (2)
  5. Education (2)
  6. Science (2)
  7. exp 367 (2)
  8. Earthquakes (2)
  9. News (2)
  10. africa (2)
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      Wetter-Extreme: Menschheit verändert wahrscheinlich gigantische Luftströme

      Gunnars Geo-Blog [2017-03-28 17:41:00]   recommend this post  (320 visits)
           Die Zunahme verheerender sommerlicher Wetter-Extreme steht wahrscheinlich in Verbindung mit dem vom Menschen verursachten Klimawandel, wie immer mehr Belege zeigen. Gigantische Luftströme umkreisen die Erde, wellenförmig schwingen sie [...]

      Favosites Tabulate Coral Fossil

      Louisville Area Fossils [2017-04-01 04:00:00]   recommend this post  (232 visits)
      This image is of a Favosites (Emmonsia) emmonsi colonial coral fossil. It was found in the Jeffersonville Limestone of Clark County Indiana USA. The fossil dates to the Devonian Period. This fossil was on display at the Falls of the Ohio State Park [...]

      Wooster’s Fossils of the Week: A slab of Upper Ordovician bivalves from northern Kentucky

      Wooster Geologists [2017-03-31 06:01:46]   recommend this post  (229 visits)
      Earlier this month, Luke Kosowatz, Matt Shearer and I went on a field trip through the Cincinnati region collecting Upper Ordovician (Katian) bryozoans and examples of bioerosion for their Independent Study projects and other investigations. I [...]

      Stromatolite from Mauritania

      Louisville Area Fossils [2017-03-30 03:30:00]   recommend this post  (223 visits)
      This fossil stromatolite was found at Atar Mauritania. Fossil dates to the pre-Cambrian Period. It was on display at the Musée de Mineralogie (Mineralogy Museum) located at the MINES ParisTech, 60 Boulevard Saint-Michel 75006 Paris France [...]

      Using Dust and Pollen to sleuth the origin of lacustrine seismites

      paleoseismicity.org [2017-03-27 03:15:33]   recommend this post  (217 visits)
      For quite some time (~7 years), I have been noticing that Holocene Dead Sea seismites frequently have a thin dark flat lying fine grained  layer of sediment on top. When I finally gained access to some electron microscopes at Cambridge University [...]

      Our Spring Plant Sale Sprouts This Saturday, April 1st!

      BEYONDbones [2017-03-28 19:23:06]   recommend this post  (213 visits)
      By Theresa Freiburger, Cockrell Butterfly Center Horticulturalist and Greenhouse Manager     It’s that time of year again! The Cockrell Butterfly Center is having its annual SPRING PLANT SALE on April 1, 2017 at 9am. As usual, it will be located [...]

      Point Dume: an interesting new landslide video from California

      The Landslide Blog [2017-03-31 08:39:09]   recommend this post  (211 visits)
      A video has been posted on Youtube that shows a dramatic landslide that occurred at Point Dume on the Californian coast on 25th March

      This Mesozoic Month: March 2017

      Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs [2017-03-31 14:00:00]   recommend this post  (211 visits)
      Well. That was a month, eh? Before we dive into this wild lunar cycle of paleontological action, I'll put out one more call: if you are a paleoartist and you haven't taken the 2017 Survey of Paleoartists, do it! It's easy and won't take too long. [...]

      Lightning could be sending powerful electromagnetic radiation into space

      AGU Meetings [2017-03-30 15:55:07]   recommend this post  (206 visits)
      During a thunderstorm, lightning that hits the ground may be shooting powerful electromagnetic radiation skyward. At least that is the new theory from a physicist in China who specializes in laser-plasma
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