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Geoblogosphere weekly review (32th week of 2019, 6 weeks ago)


Most active blogs:
  1. Florian Beckers Vulkan-Blog (13 posts)
  2. State of the Planet (8 posts)
  3. Ontario-geofish (7 posts)
  4. ARCHEA (7 posts)
  5. The Landslide Blog (4 posts)
  6. Geospace (4 posts)
  7. Geotripper (3 posts)
  8. Real Climate (3 posts)
  9. Koprolitos (3 posts)
  10. Geology for Global Development (3 posts)
Most visited blogs:
  1. Florian Beckers Vulkan-Blog (373 visits)
  2. ARCHEA (314 visits)
  3. Real Climate (272 visits)
  4. Ontario-geofish (259 visits)
  5. The Landslide Blog (205 visits)
  6. State of the Planet (146 visits)
  7. Geospace (135 visits)
  8. Wooster Geologists (129 visits)
  9. Geotripper (127 visits)
  10. - Bilder (125 visits)


Top keywords:
  1. Vulkanausbrüche: aktuelle Nachrichten und Infos (9)
  2. Climate (4)
  3. Geophysical Research Letters (4)
  4. Erdbeben heute: aktuelle Nachrichten und Fakten (2)
  5. Naturkatastrophen: Nachrichten und Hintergründe (2)
  6. Science (2)
  7. Climate Science (2)
  8. Cómic (2)
  9. open access (2)
  10. landslide report (2)
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    Top stratigraphy:


      The 10 most frequently clicked posts:

      Just the facts?

      Real Climate [2019-08-09 23:33:24]   recommend this post  (215 visits)
      In the wake of the appalling mass shootings last weekend, Neil DeGrasse Tyson (the pre-eminent scientist/communicator in the US) tweeted some facts that were, let’s just say, not well received (and for which he kind of apologised). At least one of [...]


      ARCHEA [2019-08-09 06:44:00]   recommend this post  (170 visits)
      In 1788, this magnificent specimen of a Megatherium sloth was sent to the Royal Cabinet of Natural History from the Viceroyalty of Rio de la Plata. The megatheria were large terrestrial sloths belonging to the group, Xenarthra. These herbivores [...]

      August Star Blog

      BEYONDbones [2019-08-08 23:21:32]   recommend this post  (92 visits)
      Jupiter remains in the evening sky, well placed for observing.  Look low in the south at dusk for the brightest thing there.  Saturn is also in the evening sky.  Although it is not as bright as Jupiter,  you can find it easily at some distance [...]

      Last fieldwork of the summer: A local section with a mystery limestone

      Wooster Geologists [2019-08-08 01:22:37]   recommend this post  (88 visits)
      It was a delightful August day in northeastern Ohio with pleasant temperatures and thunderstorms that obligingly went around us. Nick Wiesenberg, our geology technician, and I were invited by Dr. Nigel Brush (Ashland University) and friends to [...]

      Communicating Earth Science: The Big Hollow

      In the Company of Plants and Rocks [2019-08-06 18:31:00]   recommend this post  (87 visits)
      This summer, Plants and Rocks has been preoccupied with a short series of articles for our local paper, the Laramie Boomerang, about Earth Science. Say what?! But why not?! Geology is rich with great stories that can be understood and enjoyed by [...]

      Juloeidocoprolithes mantellii (Agassiz, 1835) - Bilder [2019-08-05 09:31:32]   recommend this post  (79 visits)
      Koprolith, stratigraphische Zuordnung noch ungesichert - Turon () - Ort: EUGAL, nahe Ring der Einheit,

      New paper: Science from Apollo

      Earth & Solar System [2019-08-05 10:21:36]   recommend this post  (77 visits)
      We have a new group article out in the Royal Astronomical Society’s Astronomy and Physics journal. For the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing, working with our colleagues at the European Space Agency and NASA we look back to the Apollo … [...]

      July 2019: a record-breaking landslide month for fatal landslides

      The Landslide Blog [2019-08-06 08:21:50]   recommend this post  (76 visits)
      In July 2019 I recorded the highest monthly number of fatal landslides since I started to collect the data in 2012. In total, I recorded 100 fatal landslides The post July 2019: a record-breaking landslide month for fatal landslides appeared first [...]

      Travels in Cascadia: Flattery Will Get You Nowhere, Except Really, Really Northwest

      Geotripper [2019-08-06 00:52:00]   recommend this post  (76 visits)
      Is that a face in the crook of the tree? The trail might well have been designed by gnomes, or maybe even menehune in the rainforest. The slats look uneven and hand-hewn but were sturdy, allowing us to avoid the numerous mud bogs in this, one of [...]

      GfGD Annual Report 2018

      Geology for Global Development [2019-08-04 10:57:37]   recommend this post  (75 visits)
      Our 2018 Annual Report highlights our achievements last year, how these link with our strategy, and presents an overview of our finances. We had many exciting opportunities in 2018 to influence the global sustainable development agenda and represent [...] | Impressum