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Geoblogosphere weekly review (50th week of 2013, 592 weeks ago)


Most active blogs:
  1. News (26 posts)
  2. AGU Meetings (17 posts)
  3. Ontario-geofish (11 posts)
  4. Utah Geological Survey - blog (8 posts)
  5. Theropoda (7 posts)
  6. Geological Society of London blog (7 posts)
  7. Gunnars Geo-Blog (6 posts)
  8. Geology News (6 posts)
  9. Wry Heat (6 posts)
  10. State of the Planet (6 posts)
Most visited blogs:
  1. State of the Planet (5168 visits)
  2. News (899 visits)
  3. Wooster Geologists (741 visits)
  4. AGU Meetings (709 visits)
  5. New Stories in Stone (581 visits)
  6. The Landslide Blog (504 visits)
  7. Ontario-geofish (413 visits)
  8. José A. Álvarez-Gómez (409 visits)
  9. (381 visits)
  10. Dan\'s Wild Wild Science Journal (379 visits)


Top keywords:
  1. 2013 Fall Meeting (20)
  2. Earthquakes (8)
  3. Geology News (8)
  4. people (8)
  5. summary (8)
  6. American Geophysical Union (7)
  7. image (7)
  8. time (7)
  9. Advent calendar (7)
  10. AGU (7)
Top places:
  1. United States (17)
  2. San Francisco (7)
  3. Utah (6)
  4. California (5)
  5. Wooster (4)
  6. Waterton Lakes National Park (4)
  7. Nevada (4)
  8. Oklahoma (3)
  9. Texas (3)
  10. Japan (3)
Top stratigraphy:
  1. Jurassic (4)
  2. Paleogene (3)
  3. Triassic (2)
  4. Cretaceous (2)
  5. Ordovician (1)
  6. Neogene (1)
  7. Carboniferous (1)
  8. Mesoproterozoic (1)
  9. Quaternary (1)


The 10 most frequently clicked posts:

Explore the Arctic Ocean With ‘IceTracker’

State of the Planet [2013-12-11 01:46:47]   recommend this post  (5030 visits)
By Stephanie Pfirman This week, we are launching a test of “IceTracker”—a tool that allows users to see the trajectories of Arctic sea ice forward  or backward from any day between 1981 and 2012, as well as other data including sea-ice speed, [...]

Wooster’s Fossil of the Week: Echinoid fragments from the Upper Carboniferous of southern Nevada

Wooster Geologists [2013-12-08 06:18:08]   recommend this post  (631 visits)
  This rock has been in my Invertebrate Paleontology course teaching collection since I arrived in Wooster. I collected it way back when I was doing my fieldwork for my dissertation on the biostratigraphy and paleoecology of the Bird Spring [...]

Tectonic setting of the recent damaging seismic series in the Southeastern Betic Cordillera, Spain

José A. Álvarez-Gómez [2013-12-09 04:42:56]   recommend this post  (409 visits)
Recently we have published a review of the tectonic setting of recent seismic series in the Southeastern Iberian Peninsula. The work has been done by part of our research group, but mainly by our Ph. D. student Emilio Rodríguez Escudero,who … [...]

Live blogging – the AGU bloggers forum

The Landslide Blog [2013-12-11 02:07:15]   recommend this post  (391 visits)
Live blog from the AGU bloggers

Little Boxes on the Hillside, Little Boxes Made of Ticky-Tacky...The Mess at Mussel Rock and the San Andreas Fault

Geotripper [2013-12-10 17:59:00]   recommend this post  (335 visits)
Little boxes on the hillside, Little boxes made of ticky tacky Little boxes on the hillside, Little boxes all the same, There's a pink one and a green one And a blue one and a yellow one And they're all made out of ticky tacky And they [...]

What’s Blocking Bertha

New Stories in Stone [2013-12-12 17:15:03]   1 recommendations  (313 visits)
The biggest news of late in Seattle is Bertha and what’s stopping ... [ continue

Is A Right Wing Political Action Group Impersonating the American Meteorological Society?? Seems That Way.

Dan\'s Wild Wild Science Journal [2013-12-12 07:54:38]   recommend this post  (306 visits)
I received this from the Executive Director of the American Meteorological Society today: Going to the Source for Accurate Information Earlier this week, the Heartland Institute appears to have sent an extensive e-mail blast with what is more or [...]

Where on (Google) Earth #413?

Ron Schott’s Geology Home Companion [2013-12-14 10:08:52]   recommend this post  (274 visits)
Let’s see if I remember how to blog… It’s been a while since I played or won a Where on (Google) Earth?, but I broke my dry spell earlier this week by pinpointing some pretty piedmont glaciers in WoGE #412 at earth’s finest [...]

What Bertha Could Have Hit

New Stories in Stone [2013-12-14 17:19:31]   1 recommendations  (268 visits)
With all of Seattle baffled by Bertha, and the answer to what’s ... [ continue

Los dinosaurios pico de pato tenían crestas carnosas como las de los gallos.

Tierra de Dinosaurios [2013-12-12 19:14:00]   recommend this post  (262 visits)
Un extraño ejemplar de dinosaurio de la especie Edmontosaurus regalis descrito en la revista Current Biology muestra por primera vez que estos dinosaurios estaban coronados con una peineta carnosa, muy similar a la cresta roja de los gallos. [...] | Impressum