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Geoblogosphere weekly review (29th week of 2013, 920 weeks ago)

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      Reverse faults

      Structural Geology Blog [2013-07-17 19:43:13]   recommend this post  (632 visits)
      Reverse faults shorten horizontal layers and are therefore contractional faults. This is an example of a reverse fault in fine-grained sandstones and siltstones of the Entrada Sandstone (lower reddish part) and Curtis Formation (upper part) – [...]

      #IAVCEI2013 – The land of the rising sun

      lithics [2013-07-19 09:35:48]   recommend this post  (614 visits)
      Japan is bloody hot and humid. Stepping off the plane was more like walking into a well-prepped sauna. Just thought I’d get that out of the way. After three flights, no sleep, and 3 hours in a park twiddling my thumbs … Continue reading [...]

      Nasutoceratops art

      Dave Hone’s Archosaur Musings [2013-07-17 21:16:00]   recommend this post  (605 visits)
      Well the new ceratopsian Nasutoceratops has been named and the paper is out. If you want to read a bit about it, I have a post up over on the Guardian here. Since that’s already written, I wanted to do something a bit different here and thanks [...]

      IAVCEI 2013

      lithics [2013-07-17 20:16:28]   recommend this post  (575 visits)
      Sunday sees the start of the biggest gathering of volcanologists in a specialist conference. The International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth’s Interior (IAVCEI) General Assembly is only held every 4 years, each occasion [...]

      Schrammen, 1912. Die Kieselspongien der oberen Kreide von Nordwestdeutschland. II. Teil

      kreidefossilien.de [2013-07-15 01:05:00]   recommend this post  (539 visits)
      Anton Schrammen, 1912. Die Kieselspongien der oberen Kreide von Nordwestdeutschland. II. Teil: Triaxonia (Hexactinellida). Palaeontographica - Supplement (E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung) Stuttgart V:

      Field work image of the day: Four on the fault

      Paleoseismicity [2013-07-16 00:28:26]   recommend this post  (532 visits)
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      Field work image of the day: A mass-movement core from the Dead Sea

      Paleoseismicity [2013-07-17 00:01:49]   recommend this post  (531 visits)
      Elisa Kagan sent me this nice field photo of the day – a drill core containg mass-movements of last glacial age from the Dead Sea:

      Schrammen, 1910. Die Kieselspongien der oberen Kreide von Nordwestdeutschland. I. Teil

      kreidefossilien.de [2013-07-15 01:05:00]   recommend this post  (530 visits)
      Anton Schrammen, 1910. Die Kieselspongien der oberen Kreide von Nordwestdeutschland. I. Teil: Tetraxonia, Monaxonia und Silicea incert. sedis. Palaeontographica - Supplement (E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung) Stuttgart V:

      Geological Movie Review of The Day After Tomorrow - Part 9

      The Geology P.A.G.E. [2013-07-14 15:28:00]   recommend this post  (529 visits)
      Geological Movie Review of The Day After Tomorrow - Overview - Scientific Input -1:57:24 - The scientific advisor for the movie is Michael Molitor, PhD. Now I understand that most scientists do not want their names on these types of [...]

      Scupin, 1913. Die Löwenberger Kreide und ihre Fauna

      kreidefossilien.de [2013-07-15 20:53:52]   recommend this post  (463 visits)
      Hans Scupin, 1913. Die Löwenberger Kreide und ihre Fauna. Palaeontographica - Supplement (E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung) Stuttgart 6:
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