Geobulletin alpha

News from the Geoblogosphere feed

by Stratigraphy.net
New from Snet: Lithologs, a new tool to create lithological/sedimentological logs online..

Geoblogosphere weekly review (21th week of 2011, 622 weeks ago)

Blogs:

Most active blogs:
  1. Geology.com News (44 posts)
  2. Ontario-geofish (17 posts)
  3. Palaeoblog (14 posts)
  4. State of the Planet (14 posts)
  5. Geology News (11 posts)
  6. Georneys (10 posts)
  7. The Dragon’s Tales (9 posts)
  8. Arizona Geology (9 posts)
  9. WeBlog Aragosaurus (9 posts)
  10. Mountain Beltway (9 posts)
Most visited blogs:
  1. Geology.com News (3066 visits)
  2. State of the Planet (1135 visits)
  3. Ontario-geofish (974 visits)
  4. Geology News (745 visits)
  5. kreidefossilien.de - Bilder (711 visits)
  6. Eruptions (705 visits)
  7. Palaeoblog (672 visits)
  8. Georneys (662 visits)
  9. I think mining (659 visits)
  10. Dave Hone’s Archosaur Musings (640 visits)

Topics:

Top keywords:
  1. earthquakes (17)
  2. geology (15)
  3. earth (12)
  4. nasa (12)
  5. blog (12)
  6. japan (11)
  7. science (9)
  8. images (9)
  9. fossils (9)
  10. landslide (8)
Top places:
  1. Japan (18)
  2. United States (12)
  3. Mississippi River (7)
  4. Washington (7)
  5. Mississippi (7)
  6. Wyoming (7)
  7. California (7)
  8. Vancouver (6)
  9. Canada (6)
  10. Mount St Helens National Volcanic Monument (6)
Top stratigraphy:
  1. Jurassic (9)
  2. Triassic (7)
  3. Paleogene (6)
  4. Cretaceous (5)
  5. Devonian (5)
  6. Quaternary (5)
  7. Neogene (4)
  8. Carboniferous (4)
  9. Ordovician (3)
  10. Cenozoic (1)

Posts:

The 10 most frequently clicked posts:

Wooster’s Fossil of the Week: A scleractinian coral (Middle Jurassic of Israel)

Wooster Geologists [2011-05-15 07:20:58]   recommend this post  (265 visits)
In advance of my next field trip to Israel (watch this space!), our highlighted fossil this week is the scleractinian coral Microsolena, a genus named by the French naturalist Jean Vincent Félix Lamouroux in 1821. The specimen above was collected [...]

Rastellum carinatum (Lamarck, 1806)

kreidefossilien.de - Bilder [2011-05-18 20:21:27]   recommend this post  (257 visits)
Rastellum carinatum (Lamarck, 1806) Bruchstück, Slg.

I Think Something Happened Here…

Uncovered Earth [2011-05-18 19:38:11]   recommend this post  (256 visits)
… Yes, definitely. Something. It’s the 31st anniversary of the Mount St. Helens eruption and, while I don’t have time to create a full post, I did want to share with you ths snap shot I took four or five … Continue reading [...]

MET Opera. Die Walkure. Mining mechanical failure.

I think mining [2011-05-15 05:55:22]   recommend this post  (251 visits)
The first act of Wagner’s Walkure is, in my opinion, the best of his operas; the best scene; the best music; the best emotion; the best of the best.  Second best is the second act.  This is gut wrenching emotion and gut wrenching music.  [...]

A Photo for Mount St. Helens Day

Clastic Detritus [2011-05-18 19:07:43]   recommend this post  (250 visits)
  I’m having one of those weeks where a million things are all happening at once – no time to share anything resembling a coherent thought. Instead, here’s a pretty picture! I snapped this photo of Mount St. Helens out of the [...]

L'estinzione di Theropoda

Theropoda [2011-05-15 09:24:00]   recommend this post  (243 visits)
In questi giorni sto riflettendo molto sul senso di ciò che faccio. Sia come ricercatore paleontologico sia come blogger. Temo di aver sbagliato tutto negli ultimi 10 anni. Ero ancorato a vecchi concetti, a valori superati.  Uno dei miei modelli [...]

Attack of the Warzone Water Bottles

State of the Planet [2011-05-16 15:00:59]   recommend this post  (238 visits)
Bottled water in war zones uses oil, pollutes the environment. Defense officials look at moving toward

The 31st Anniversary of the eruption of Mount St. Helens

Eruptions [2011-05-18 20:29:14]   recommend this post  (238 visits)
Today is May 18 and that marks the date of the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens in Washington that killed 57 people (video). I don't have an elaborate post on the event - so if you want to find out more about this historic eruption, be sure to [...]

Giving the Earth a Cool Shower–Is Massive Irrigation Hiding the Greenhouse Effect Around the World?

State of the Planet [2011-05-16 15:30:20]   recommend this post  (234 visits)
According to research published in Climate Dynamics by Benjamin I. Cook, Michael Puma and Nir Krakauer, it is possible that massive irrigation is masking expected warming trends from Greenhouse Gasses

The end of the Hayashibara?

Dave Hone’s Archosaur Musings [2011-05-18 09:37:22]   recommend this post  (179 visits)
In yesterday’s Tarbosaurus post I noted that the Institute housing the specimen may not be much longer for this world. This is a serious and deeply unfortunate turn of events with major consequences for dinosaur palaeontology that could last [...]
Stratigraphy.net | Impressum
Ads: