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Geoblogosphere weekly review (27th week of 2019, 15 weeks ago)

Blogs:

Most active blogs:
  1. Florian Beckers Vulkan-Blog (13 posts)
  2. Ontario-geofish (10 posts)
  3. ARCHEA (7 posts)
  4. Koprolitos (5 posts)
  5. WeBlog Aragosaurus (4 posts)
  6. Louisville Area Fossils (4 posts)
  7. JOIDES Resolution blogs (4 posts)
  8. The Landslide Blog (4 posts)
  9. Rosetta Stones (4 posts)
  10. Sauropod Vertebra Picture of the Week (3 posts)
Most visited blogs:
  1. Florian Beckers Vulkan-Blog (756 visits)
  2. ARCHEA (268 visits)
  3. Sauropod Vertebra Picture of the Week (259 visits)
  4. WeBlog Aragosaurus (246 visits)
  5. Rosetta Stones (235 visits)
  6. Louisville Area Fossils (228 visits)
  7. Koprolitos (216 visits)
  8. Ontario-geofish (186 visits)
  9. Active Tectonics Blog (186 visits)
  10. Iceland Volcano and Earthquake blog (131 visits)

Topics:

Top keywords:
  1. Vulkanausbrüche: aktuelle Nachrichten und Infos (9)
  2. American Museum of Natural History (4)
  3. Trabajos y Becas (3)
  4. Ilustración (3)
  5. Erdbeben heute: aktuelle Nachrichten und Fakten (3)
  6. Biostratigraphy (3)
  7. Astronomy (2)
  8. Earthquakes (2)
  9. landslide report (2)
  10. ANKYLOSAUR (2)
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      It’s a miracle!

      Sauropod Vertebra Picture of the Week [2019-06-30 17:56:25]   recommend this post  (219 visits)
      I’ll see your face-of-the-blessed-virgin-in-a-waffle and raise you the fourth dorsal vertebra of the Giraffatitan brancai paralectotype BM.R.2181 (formerly HMN S II) in a dandelion leaf: I saw this lying on the ground as my friend Nataley was [...]

      Oregon Is About to Get a Lot More Hazardous

      Rosetta Stones [2019-06-30 04:00:00]   recommend this post  (140 visits)
      State leadership is failing its citizens - and there will be a body count. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

      Earthquake swarm east of Grímsey island (Tjörnes Fracture Zone)

      Iceland Volcano and Earthquake blog [2019-06-30 18:40:08]   recommend this post  (131 visits)
      A small earthquake swarm started today (30-June-2019) east of Grímsey island. Largest earthquake in this swarm had a magnitude of 3,6. There are no news that it had been felt. The earthquake east of Grímsey island. Copyright of this image … [...]

      Pterichthyodes oblongus Fish Fossil

      Louisville Area Fossils [2019-07-01 05:59:00]   recommend this post  (129 visits)
      This fossil is of a early Devonian Period fish Pterichthyodes oblongus. Discovered in 1844 and its name means "winged-fish form". The fossil on display (2018) at American Museum of Natural History, New York City, USA. Fossil was found in [...]

      Remembering Donal M. Ragan

      Active Tectonics Blog [2019-07-05 01:06:00]   recommend this post  (127 visits)
      Professor Emeritus of Geology Donal M. Ragan passed away in February 2019. Unfortunately, I had lost some contact with him in the last years. However, I was first hired on in 1995 at ASU to take Don's position (from which he had retired) and teach [...]

      Sangeang Api eruptiert weitere Aschewolke

      Florian Beckers Vulkan-Blog [2019-06-30 10:13:45]   recommend this post  (118 visits)
      Gestern eruptierte der Inselvulkan Sangeang Api eine weitere Aschewolke. Das VAAC Darwin meldete Vulkanasche in einer Höhe von 2400 Metern. MIROVA registriert eine Wärmestrahlung mit einer Leistung von 24 MW. Auf Satellitenfotos ist ein kurzer [...]

      New papers on paleoseismology, earthquakes, and active tectonics (July 2019)

      paleoseismicity.org [2019-07-01 08:45:28]   recommend this post  (117 visits)
      Today we have quite a number of interesting studies on tectonic geomorphology, high-resolution DEMs, and the Tien Shan, plus other interesting stuff on earthquakes, active tectonics, and paleoseismology. Enjoy reading! Grützner, C., Campbell, G., [...]

      Impressionen vom Bau der EUGAL – Teil II

      kreidefossilien.de [2019-07-01 00:27:23]   recommend this post  (95 visits)
      Zweiter Teil der Dokumentation des Baufortschrittes und Funde an der EUGAL in Niederau (Meißen). Ausgehend von der Lausitzer Störung in Niederau-Gohlis im Norden, wird dem Trassenverlauf Richtung Südwesten bis zur Meissner Strasse im [...]

      Collections Manager – Invertebrate Paleontology

      WeBlog Aragosaurus [2019-07-05 18:10:00]   recommend this post  (94 visits)
      The University of Kansas Biodiversity Institute seeks a collection manager to oversee its world-class research collections in invertebrate paleontology.  The collections consist of extensive invertebrate fossil and micro-fossil specimens, along [...]

      PLESIOSAURS OF THE YORKSHIRE COAST

      ARCHEA [2019-06-30 16:00:00]   recommend this post  (94 visits)
      Plesiosaur vertebrae / Liam Langley Collection These two lovely Plesiosaur vertebrae were found by Liam Langley on fossil field trips to the Yorkshire Coast on the east coast of England. Plesiosaurus were large, carnivorous air-breathing marine [...]
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