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Geoblogosphere weekly review (7th week of 2013, 643 weeks ago)

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  9. Reporting on a Revolution (462 visits)
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Posts:

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Active Earth [2013-02-11 11:22:00]   recommend this post  (647 visits)
Geology / Earth Science (delete where necessary)In 2006, something dramatic happened in geoscience education in Western Australia. That year, the long standing (and mandatory) provision to teach Geology at Year 11/12 (equivalent to UK Key Stage 5; [...]

An unusual colliery landslide yesterday – Hatfield Stainforth in Northern England

The Landslide Blog [2013-02-13 09:25:41]   recommend this post  (539 visits)
A remarkable colliery at Hatfield Stainforth near Doncaster yesterday has caused large-scale disruption to a railway

Meteor Crashes Into Russia Near Ural Mountains. Injuries Reported (Update with new video)

Dan\'s Wild Wild Science Journal [2013-02-15 07:17:02]   recommend this post  (485 visits)
Now with sound. Is this a coincidence with the passage (in a few hours) of the near miss asteroid 2012 DA14?? Possible I guess, but darn suspicious. Any Astronomy experts out

The geology and a possible mechanism of the Hatfield Stainforth colliery landslide

The Landslide Blog [2013-02-14 09:57:13]   recommend this post  (392 visits)
The geology map of the Hatfield Stainforth landslide site shows the site is underlain by alluvium. This suggests a bearing capacity

MEGApost!

Theropoda [2013-02-10 22:31:00]   recommend this post  (376 visits)
Pochi minuti fa, il contatore delle pagine aperte ha raggiunto al cifra simbolica del milione.

Geologist Robert Young On Rebuilding After Superstorm Sandy

Reporting on a Revolution [2013-02-10 10:32:00]   recommend this post  (375 visits)
The complicated decision on whether to and how much to rebuilt coastlines after destruction from a major storm lies at the intersection of geology, climate change, sea level rise, preserving communities and livelihoods, and the economics of [...]

Stuff we linked to on Twitter last week

Highly Allochthonous [2013-02-10 21:45:57]   recommend this post  (373 visits)
Earthquakes Debate over whether some faults detected beneath Japanese reactors are active or not is holding up nuclear restart. http://www.nature.com/news/quake-fears-rise-at-japan-s-reactors-1.12368 Seismic imaging of section of the Alpine Fault in [...]

Wooster’s Fossil of the Week: Sea urchin bites from the Upper Cretaceous of southern Israel

Wooster Geologists [2013-02-10 06:16:32]   recommend this post  (355 visits)
What you see above is a bit of oyster shell with some curious small gouges in it. The oyster is Ilymatogyra (Afrogyra) africana (Lamarck, 1801) from the En Yorqe’am Formation (Cenomanian) exposed in Hamakhtesh Hagadol, southern Israel. The deep [...]

In-visa-ble man (and woman)

James’ Empty Blog [2013-02-11 13:21:00]   recommend this post  (330 visits)
Jules and I are supposed to be en route for the PAGES Open Science Meeting in Goa, but due to the situation turning out not necessarily to our advantage, we aren't. So I suppose I might as well write this blog post instead. We knew from ages back [...]

Das Elbsandsteingebirge: Einführung

kreidefossilien.de [2013-02-10 13:07:50]   recommend this post  (328 visits)
Das Elbsandsteingebirge befindet sich etwa 30 Kilometer südöstlich vom Dresdner Stadtzentrum. Es erstreckt sich beiderseits der Elbe zwischen Pirna und Decín (Tetschen) auf tschechischer Seite. Der Elbsandstein ist als Bau- und Werkstoff [...]
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