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Geoblogosphere weekly review (23th week of 2017, 316 weeks ago)

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  2. Ontario-geofish (7 posts)
  3. Florian Beckers Vulkan-Blog (7 posts)
  4. Koprolitos (5 posts)
  5. Wooster Geologists (4 posts)
  6. Iceland Volcano and Earthquake blog (4 posts)
  7. Arizona Geology (3 posts)
  8. GeoPrac.net (3 posts)
  9. The Geology P.A.G.E. (3 posts)
  10. ARCHEA (3 posts)
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  3. Koprolitos (624 visits)
  4. Arizona Geology (476 visits)
  5. Gunnars Geo-Blog (389 visits)
  6. Louisville Area Fossils (374 visits)
  7. Georneys (370 visits)
  8. Looking for Detachment (353 visits)
  9. Deutsche Quartärvereinigung (352 visits)
  10. Earth Learning Idea (343 visits)

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      AZGS receives $64k to update and publish digital geologic map data

      Arizona Geology [2017-05-30 04:15:00]   recommend this post  (378 visits)
      <!--[if gte mso 9]> <![endif]--> Digital geologic map for Dome Rock, Arizona <!--[if gte mso 9]> Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE [...]

      Monday Geology Picture: Kimberlite in Kimberley

      Georneys [2017-05-29 21:20:16]   recommend this post  (370 visits)
      For this week’s “Monday Geology Picture”, here’s a snap of a mine cart filled with kimberlite rocks — and a mantle xenolith or two. I took this picture last year when I visited The Big Hole Museum in Kimberley, South Africa. The rock [...]

      High Water Across the West: The Humboldt River at Winnemucca and Humboldt Station

      Looking for Detachment [2017-05-30 18:00:00]   recommend this post  (353 visits)
      When I started putting these photos together—while thinking about our last post about the Humboldt River in Carlin Canyon—I somehow (and quite erroneously) figured I could throw a whole bunch of high-water Humboldt River photos together in one [...]

      Spiny Brachiopod Fossils

      Louisville Area Fossils [2017-05-29 07:26:00]   recommend this post  (353 visits)
      I would not call this fossil rare while at the same time not say it is common either. What makes this particular find nice is the number of preserved spines. The brachiopod has to be found in matrix as to protect those spines from breaking away from [...]

      Stellenausschreibung Universität Göttingen

      Deutsche Quartärvereinigung [2017-05-30 16:22:42]   recommend this post  (352 visits)
      Am Geographischen Institut (Abteilung Physische Geographie) der Georg-August-Universität Göttingen ist Im Rahmen des DFG-Projekts „Analyse der geoökologischen Steuerungsfaktoren für die Verbreitung von Waldstandorten und [...]

      Lessons for old people

      Ontario-geofish [2017-06-02 00:20:00]   recommend this post  (344 visits)
      Right now my neighbour is hanging from a ladder up on the roof.  "In the 47 years I worked, I never had an accident."  I can't stand watching him, drilling with no eye protection. It has become a thing with us baby boomers to sell our [...]

      Los mundos prehistóricos de Doug Wildey

      Koprolitos [2017-05-30 08:23:00]   recommend this post  (344 visits)
      Douglas S. Wildey (1922-94) comenzó como dibujante de prensa durante la Guerra, tras la que ilustró numerosos comic-book, con historias como The hunter & the hunted! (1953, en Mysterious Adventures #15), que ya hemos tenido ocasión de [...]

      What's in a smartphone?

      Earth Learning Idea [2017-05-29 12:06:00]   recommend this post  (343 visits)
      An ELI published in December 2013 was 'Be a mineral expert 4 – Recycle your mobile phone'.   Although the technology has moved on since then, the question still remains - "Why should I recycle my mobile (cell) phone?". Did you know [...]

      Sakurajima: weitere Eruptionen

      Florian Beckers Vulkan-Blog [2017-05-29 10:27:46]   recommend this post  (315 visits)
      Heute registrierte das VAAC Tokyo 5 Aschewolken, die vom Sakurajima ausgingen. Vulkanasche stieg bei den explosive Ausbrüchen bis zu 4,5 km hoch auf. 2 Tage zuvor wurden 6 Eruptionen registriert. Im Großen und Ganzen scheint der Japaner wieder so [...]

      Big Sur Landslide Being Called The Biggest In State History

      GeoPrac.net [2017-05-30 07:39:34]   recommend this post  (312 visits)
      A massive landslide covered California's famous Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) in 35 to 45 feet of soil and rock over a distance of 1,500 feet. Caltrans is calling the landslide 'one of a kind' and one of the biggest in the State's recorded history, [...]
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