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Geoblogosphere weekly review (2th week of 2017, 240 weeks ago)


Most active blogs:
  1. Ontario-geofish (7 posts)
  2. ARCHEA (6 posts)
  3. JOIDES Resolution blogs (6 posts)
  4. Geotripper (5 posts)
  5. State of the Planet (5 posts)
  6. Koprolitos (5 posts)
  7. Florian Beckers Vulkan-Blog (4 posts)
  8. Dogeng Geology (4 posts)
  9. Dinosaur Home - Blogs (4 posts)
  10. Louisville Area Fossils (4 posts)
Most visited blogs:
  1. JOIDES Resolution blogs (750 visits)
  2. Paleoseismicity (699 visits)
  3. Geotripper (518 visits)
  4. Louisville Area Fossils (509 visits)
  5. Georneys (426 visits)
  6. Gunnars Geo-Blog (421 visits)
  7. Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs (372 visits)
  8. Oakland Geology (323 visits)
  9. Highly Allochthonous (247 visits)
  10. Dinosaur Home - Blogs (181 visits)


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  3. 1997 Flood (3)
  4. earthquakes (3)
  5. ammonite (3)
  6. Climate (3)
  7. Education (2)
  8. Erdbeben (2)
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  10. academic life (2)
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      This Mesozoic Month: December 2016

      Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs [2017-01-02 15:00:00]   recommend this post  (372 visits)
      Happy new year! This month, after 90 installments over five years, Mesozoic Miscellany has evolved into a new form. The intent of these round up posts will be the same, but now they'll have a more fitting name: This Mesozoic Month. As the name [...]

      Monday Geology Picture: Desert Migmatite

      Georneys [2017-01-02 20:07:21]   recommend this post  (367 visits)
      I was a little sporadic with my “Monday Geology Picture” posts in 2016. I’ll try to be more consistent in 2017! To start off, here is a shot of a lovely little hill of migmatite in the town of Lüderitz, which is located at the edge of the [...]

      Oxynoticeras lymensis Ammonite Fossil

      Louisville Area Fossils [2017-01-04 04:59:00]   recommend this post  (367 visits)
      This picture is of an Oxynoticeras lymensis Wright ammonite fossil. It was found in the lower Lias of Lyme Regis England. Creature existed in the Jurassic Period. Fossil displayed at the Museum of Natural History in Paris France August

      New papers on paleoseismology, tsunami, and active tectonics (Jan 2017)

      Paleoseismicity [2017-01-02 22:57:51]   recommend this post  (357 visits)
      I wish you a successful and wonderful new year 2017! May you find impressive faults and good outcrops, may your trenches always be in the right place, and may your samples return good results. If 2017 brings you something that would be of interest [...]

      Field trip to epicentral areas of Central Apennines, Italy, earthquakes from 19-22 July, 2017

      Paleoseismicity [2017-01-07 15:59:00]   recommend this post  (342 visits)
      If you are interested in visiting the epicentral areas of the recent earthquakes in the Central Apennines, Italy, this is your chance: A four days field trip will be held from 19-22 July, 2017, led by researchers who have studied the earthquake [...]

      Floods Coming This Week May Rival 1997: Predictions at Yosemite Valley

      Geotripper [2017-01-05 02:30:00]   recommend this post  (337 visits)
      National Park Service Photograph This weekend's storm, if it lives up to predictions, may be one for the history books. Present projections are suggesting that the Merced River could rival the flows from the apocalyptic floods of 1997. In that [...]

      Storm?-Survivors remember 1995!

      JOIDES Resolution blogs [2017-01-07 10:22:18]   recommend this post  (331 visits)
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      Studie belegt: Klimawandel könnte starken Meeresspiegelanstieg auslösen

      Gunnars Geo-Blog [2017-01-05 22:21:00]   recommend this post  (325 visits)
           Vor rund 15.000 Jahren kam es im Ozean rund um die Antarktis zu einem abrupten Meeresspiegelanstieg von mehreren Metern. Ein Ereignis, das sich wiederholen könnte. Darüber berichtet ein internationales Wissenschaftlerteam unter [...]

      Siesta Valley and the De La Veaga Trail

      Oakland Geology [2017-01-02 17:02:17]   recommend this post  (323 visits)
      Last week I attempted the Rockridge-to-Orinda ramble by a northern route. Was strenuous, but it got me into Siesta Valley, a place I’ve had my eye on for years, for the first time. At this time of year the sun is so low that the light is terrific. [...]

      Tale as Old as Time--Secrets of the Mud Volcanoes

      JOIDES Resolution blogs [2017-01-06 19:27:26]   recommend this post  (310 visits)
      Hidden within the countless layers of rock, sediment, and fossilized creatures beneath the Earth’s surface are fascinating stories of the history of our planet—stories of how you and I came to [...] | Impressum