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Geoblogosphere weekly review (26th week of 2010, 1077 weeks ago)

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L’été à Ny Ålesund (par Chiaki)

EPOCA Arctic Campaign 2010 [2010-06-26 12:35:26]   recommend this post  (885 visits)
Quand nous sommes arrivés à Ny Ålesund, ma première impression a été “tout est blanc”, car la plupart des terres étaient couvertes par la neige. Depuis notre arrivée, le ciel était très nuageux et nous avons eu seulement [...]

We must not sell ourselves short: Engineering is an honorable profession

GeoPrac.net [2010-06-21 07:35:39]   recommend this post  (699 visits)
[Editor] Do we as geotechnical engineers and engineering geologists realize the impact of what it is that we do in our professions? Kleinfelder CEO Bill Siegel thinks we need to step back once and a while and look at the significance of our work. [...]

Exposición "Dinosaurios" en Coruña

Tierra de Dinosaurios [2010-06-26 12:41:00]   recommend this post  (542 visits)
Este verano tenemos la agenda repleta de muestras con temática de dinosaurios y fósiles: "Colosos Jurásicos", en el MUJA, "Arte Fósil", en la Universidad de Oviedo, "Parque Dinosaurio" en Getxo (Bilbao) y [...]

¿ESLABÓN PERDIDO?

ECO FOSIL [2010-06-25 19:02:00]   recommend this post  (522 visits)
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Work in progress - 1 - The Great Toronto Earthquake 2025

Ontario-geofish [2010-06-23 16:51:00]   recommend this post  (470 visits)
Ah this is painful! I'm going to do it piece by piece!I am writing this, to be filed away, until that fateful day. You just experienced an earthquake, and you are stunned. You've never experienced anything like this in Toronto, and nobody warned [...]

Losing Serpentine as the State Symbol of California? Why not educate instead?

Teaching the Earth Sciences [2010-06-25 06:41:00]   recommend this post  (469 visits)
Crossposted from Geotripper...Serpentine is not asbestos, exactly. Well, it is, but only sometimes. Serpentine is one of several minerals that includes an asbestiform crystal form, the finely spaced fibrous threads that turned out to be a great fire [...]

Vom Gestein zum Regolith – Kaffeekochen mit Gestein.

Mente et Malleo [2010-06-21 23:51:26]   recommend this post  (426 visits)
  Grob gesagt funktioniert Verwitterung wie Kaffeekochen Auf unverwittertem, festem Gestein, wie beispielsweise Granit, können nur die wenigsten Pflanzen leben. Es fehlt ihnen an Porenraum und an Nährstoffen. Beides wird [...]

Anatomy of a Thunderstorm

Wry Heat [2010-06-22 16:51:39]   recommend this post  (377 visits)
The summer monsoon is upon us and hopefully it will bring much needed rain. But it will also bring lightning and destructive winds. The term “monsoon” does not mean rain or storms, but a seasonal shift in wind patterns. During the [...]

Erdpyramiden = very cool geology

Geological Musing in the Taconic Mountains [2010-06-22 03:53:00]   recommend this post  (370 visits)
I realized I started this post but never got beyond creating a title and saving a draft - so this has been waited two years for completion! During my three month visit to the Südtirol of northern Italy, I visited the Erdpyramiden of Ritten (Renon) [...]

Intraspecific phenotypic variation

Dave Hone’s Archosaur Musings [2010-06-21 11:29:53]   recommend this post  (367 visits)
Or to put it in less complex terms, the natural variation seen in a species. This is a slightly timely post following on from that of yesterday on natural selection. Here is a concise demonstration of the variation seen which nature can then act on. [...]
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