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Geoblogosphere weekly review (30th week of 2011, 813 weeks ago)

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Posts:

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La storia e geologia del primo dinosauro italiano: Scipionyx samniticus

Geologia online [2011-07-18 19:35:51]   recommend this post  (617 visits)
"In geologia non possiamo dispensarci dal fare delle congetture: giacche dunque siamo condannati a sognare , procuriamo che i nostri sogni siano come quelli degli uomini sani, che abbiano, ...Leggi ancora | Pubblicato da BressanDavid | [...]

Small earthquake swarm in Katla volcano caldera

Iceland Volcano and Earthquake blog [2011-07-18 01:39:16]   recommend this post  (446 visits)
At the moment there appears to be a small earthquake swarm in Katla volcano. Currently this is just a earthquake swarm. All the tremor plots are normal and show no signs of harmonic tremors and magma on the move. The … Continue reading

A super Saurolophus

Dave Hone’s Archosaur Musings [2011-07-20 05:33:48]   recommend this post  (436 visits)
This specimen may not be immediately familiar, but those who know my work well will certainly know the humerus. This is the specimen that was chomped on and led to my paper on tyrannosaur scavenging. As noted there, one major aspect of the paper was [...]

Another large eruption at Lokon

The Volcanism Blog [2011-07-17 10:46:10]   recommend this post  (414 visits)
Another large eruption of Mount Lokon in Sulawesi this morning (Sunday 17 July), according to news reports: 3.5 km altitude ash plume, and the first confirmed fatality of the current eruptive episode, a woman suffering a heart attack as she fled the [...]

Eruption at Mount Lokon, Indonesia

Geology.com News [2011-07-17 16:00:05]   recommend this post  (406 visits)
On Sulawesi Island, Indonesia, about 4,800 people have been evacuated as Mount Lokon began erupting on Thursday. It is one of the more active volcanoes in

Manierismo minimalista

Theropoda [2011-07-17 12:02:00]   recommend this post  (386 visits)
Se dovessimo basarci solamente sulla opere di paleoarte come testimonianze del Mesozoico, dovremmo concludere che esso fu un'era terribilmente noiosa! A parte rare eccezioni di pregevolezza, i fatti mesozoici difatti si riducono a: Tyrannosaurus [...]

Butterfly in Amber

Louisville Area Fossils [2011-07-17 11:57:00]   recommend this post  (381 visits)
A butterfly (Voltinia dramba) trapped in amber over 20 million years ago. Amber was found in the Dominican Republic from the Miocene. Fossil was on display in 2010 at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural

Lidar Short Course at 2011 Geological Society of America Meeting

OpenTopography Blog [2011-07-17 03:59:00]   recommend this post  (375 visits)
Ian Madin (Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries) and I will be teaching an introductory lidar short course at the 2011 Geological Society of America annual meeting in Minneapolis in October.  Details from the GSA Short Course [...]

New cauldrons forms in Mýrdalsjökull glacier (Katla volcano)

Iceland Volcano and Earthquake blog [2011-07-20 01:46:37]   recommend this post  (367 visits)
According to the news here in Iceland there have been a formation of new cauldrons in Mýrdalsjökull glacier, where they have not been before in the glacier. But this means that the hydrothermal areas under the glacier are growing in … [...]

Small glacier flood from Mýrdalsjökull glacier (Katla volcano)

Iceland Volcano and Earthquake blog [2011-07-21 10:11:07]   recommend this post  (366 visits)
During the night (and when I had unstable power) there was a small glacier flood from Mýrdalsjökull volcano. Some minor harmonic tremor change was detected following this glacier flood. This even was small one, many times smaller then what did [...]
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