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Geoblogosphere weekly review (27th week of 2018, 107 weeks ago)

Blogs:

Most active blogs:
  1. Ontario-geofish (10 posts)
  2. Sauropod Vertebra Picture of the Week (4 posts)
  3. Geology in the West Country (4 posts)
  4. State of the Planet (4 posts)
  5. GeoLog-The official blog of the European Geosciences Union (4 posts)
  6. Geotripper (3 posts)
  7. Real Climate (3 posts)
  8. Florian Beckers Vulkan-Blog (3 posts)
  9. BEYONDbones (3 posts)
  10. The Landslide Blog (3 posts)
Most visited blogs:
  1. Ontario-geofish (815 visits)
  2. Florian Beckers Vulkan-Blog (299 visits)
  3. Lake Scientist (246 visits)
  4. Geological Society of London blog (229 visits)
  5. Sauropod Vertebra Picture of the Week (204 visits)
  6. Paleoseismicity (171 visits)
  7. Iceland Volcano and Earthquake blog (170 visits)
  8. Geology in the West Country (165 visits)
  9. State of the Planet (160 visits)
  10. GeoLog-The official blog of the European Geosciences Union (153 visits)

Topics:

Top keywords:
  1. Vulkanausbrüche: aktuelle Nachrichten und Infos (3)
  2. Climate Science (2)
  3. Climate (2)
  4. Natural Disasters (1)
  5. Biogeosciences (1)
  6. Landslide (1)
  7. General Earth Institute (1)
  8. Climate modelling (1)
  9. Earthquakes (1)
  10. Conferences (1)
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      Tariffs Cost Ten Times the Initial Duty

      Ontario-geofish [2018-07-04 21:52:00]   recommend this post  (183 visits)
      We can't win a trade war against trumpler.  For every tariff we throw up, it costs us 10 times the initial amount.  Their economy is ten times ours, and it will take ten times as long for things in the US to fall apart. Canada should declare a [...]

      New papers on paleoseismology and active tectonics (July 2018)

      Paleoseismicity [2018-07-03 12:08:11]   recommend this post  (171 visits)
      A lot of interesting papers have been published in the past month, including studies on recent moderate to strong earthquakes, geomorphology, fault physics, and some classic paleoseismology. These are the latest articles on paleoseismology and [...]

      Gulf Stream Breaks Up

      Ontario-geofish [2018-07-04 16:18:00]   recommend this post  (157 visits)
      I've pointed out before to the English Majors that the Gulf Stream is dying.  On the sea temp map, it was always a distinctive warm streamer heading to the UK.  Last year, hurricanes followed the path.  Now it has detached to a nub and may die [...]

      Scallop Serving Dish at Biltmore Estate

      Louisville Area Fossils [2018-07-02 02:00:00]   recommend this post  (150 visits)
      While visiting the Biltmore Estate near Ashville, North Carolina, USA. I saw this plate in with a collection of other sea creature themed china serving dishes found in the Breakfast Room on the first floor. This purple serving dish appears to be [...]

      Lithium: Brines, batteries and bottlenecks

      Geological Society of London blog [2018-07-02 10:33:42]   recommend this post  (144 visits)
      In early April, The Geological Society hosted a flagship meeting as part of the 2018 Year of Resources on Lithium: From exploration to End-user. The meeting was a fascinating insight into this increasingly important metal, all the way from [...]

      Ongoing earthquake swarm in Öræfajökull volcano (3-July-2018)

      Iceland Volcano and Earthquake blog [2018-07-03 23:59:34]   recommend this post  (143 visits)
      During the last few hours there has been ongoing earthquake swarm in Öræfajökull volcano. This earthquake swarm started around 29-June-2018 in the south side of Öræfajökull volcano. At the moment the earthquake activity seems to be close or [...]

      The Fallen Skull

      EXPEDITION LIVE! [2018-07-04 20:05:51]   recommend this post  (143 visits)
      This year our Montana expedition could be classified as a grab and dash operation.  Having discovered a what appeared to be a Triceratops prorsus skull in 2016, and explored with a few test pits in 2017, we returned this year with permit in hand to [...]

      Great Lakes Meteotsunami Experts Hone in on Big Wave Forecasts

      Lake Scientist [2018-07-02 22:13:57]   recommend this post  (126 visits)
      Meteotsunamis are big waves that have been historically mislabeled and poorly forecasted in the Great Lakes. Experts are learning more and predictive tools are in sight. The post Great Lakes Meteotsunami Experts Hone in on Big Wave Forecasts [...]

      Gunung Agung: größere explosive Eruption

      Florian Beckers Vulkan-Blog [2018-07-02 17:57:09]   recommend this post  (124 visits)
      Am Gunung Agung auf Bali ereignete sich, gegen 21.15 Uhr Ortszeit, eine größere explosive Eruption. Das VAAC Darwin registrierte Vulkanasche in 8 km Höhe ü.NN. Der Vulkanausbruch ist auf der Seismik deutlich sichtbar. Große Teile der oberen [...]

      Friday fold: twisted turbidites at Usal Beach

      Mountain Beltway [2018-07-06 16:04:49]   recommend this post  (112 visits)
      Last week, I spent two perfect days camping with family at Usal Beach, in Mendocino County, California. Along the beachside cliffs there, I spotted plenty of lovely turbidites: graywacke and shale and a little bit of conglomerate that had been [...]
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