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Geoblogosphere weekly review (22th week of 2011, 921 weeks ago)

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  7. Mountain Beltway (9 posts)
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  3. Dinochick (944 visits)
  4. Ontario-geofish (763 visits)
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  6. Chinleana (660 visits)
  7. Olelog (580 visits)
  8. Shaking Earth (537 visits)
  9. Explorock (516 visits)
  10. Astronaut for Hire (410 visits)

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Threadless Reprints

Dinochick [2011-05-26 09:12:00]   recommend this post  (820 visits)
3 classic Threadless styles have been reprinted. Get them while you still can! Picket Fossil Fuel We're On the Same Level © ReBecca K.

Grimsvötn Eruption May 2011

Olelog [2011-05-27 12:04:51]   recommend this post  (510 visits)
At approximately 17:30 Universal and local time on 21 May 2011 the Grímsvötn volcano on Iceland began to erupt. The volcano sent a plume of ash and steam about 20 km into the atmosphere. The volcano is located under the Vatnajökull.Jökull is [...]

Seismologists on trial in Italy

Shaking Earth [2011-05-26 00:03:00]   recommend this post  (462 visits)
From Nature News blog:Italian seismologists to be tried for manslaughter - May 25, 2011 Posted on behalf of Nicola NosengoSix Italian seismologists and one government official will [...]

Leda Clay Pottery

Ontario-geofish [2011-05-27 00:25:00]   recommend this post  (413 visits)
Article Lalonde gave Clague a gift for making his presentation — a small pot by a local artisan. It was made with Leda clay. Forget the contents of this article!  I want a Leda Clay Pot!  Does it liquefy when I jump up and

"Dinosaur Rock" at Petrified Forest National Park

Chinleana [2011-05-26 05:54:00]   recommend this post  (410 visits)
The Earth Science Picture of the Day is what the photographer is calling "Dinosaur Rock" in Petrified Forest National Park (aka Battleship Rock). I will agree that to make this a dinosaur you need to right angle and lighting. I'll admit [...]

Break up NASA?

Astronaut for Hire [2011-05-27 06:26:00]   recommend this post  (410 visits)
The only scientist to ever to step foot on another world has made the bold suggestion that NASA should be dismantled.  In its place, Dr. Harrison "Jack" Schmitt has proposed the creation of a new agency called the National Space Exploration [...]

Italian Seismologists Charged with Manslaughter?

Geology.com News [2011-05-26 04:14:53]   recommend this post  (401 visits)
A team of seismologists in Italy have been charged with manslaughter because they gave inadequate warnings for an earthquake that occurred in 2009 and killed over 300

Primer año de Explorock

Explorock [2011-05-26 05:48:55]   recommend this post  (400 visits)
Llegó el día esperado, pues ya ha pasado exactamente 1 año!!! desde que este blog se creó en una larga madrugada de un 25 de mayo del 2010. Aún cuando me encontraba en las clases de la universidad (y dejaba varios trabajos pendientes), en tales [...]

What a Difference a Few Weeks Can Make!

JOIDES Resolution blogs [2011-05-28 01:59:38]   recommend this post  (391 visits)
The other day, a friend of mine remarked on the photo that I have posted on my profile page for this blog.  She said she couldn't believe just how calm the seas look in that picture. [...]

How does North Dakota potash compare to Arizonas?

Arizona Geology [2011-05-26 05:41:00]   recommend this post  (369 visits)
I was disbelieving when I read the article saying that North Dakota has 50 billion tons of potash. 50 Billion!We calculated Arizona's Holbrook basin, which is drawing a lot of exploration interest, has up to 2.25 billion tons and that's big.So, I [...]
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