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Geoblogosphere weekly review (6th week of 2014, 445 weeks ago)


Most active blogs:
  1. News (24 posts)
  2. Utah Geological Survey - blog (13 posts)
  3. Arizona Geology (10 posts)
  4. JOIDES Resolution blogs (9 posts)
  5. Palaeoblog (7 posts)
  6. Dinosaur Home - Blogs (7 posts)
  7. Louisville Area Fossils (7 posts)
  8. State of the Planet (6 posts)
  9. The GeoChristian (5 posts)
  10. Gunnars Geo-Blog (5 posts)
Most visited blogs:
  1. State of the Planet (2127 visits)
  2. (2029 visits)
  3. The GeoChristian (1320 visits)
  4. News (730 visits)
  5. Utah Geological Survey - blog (641 visits)
  6. Geotripper (424 visits)
  7. Dinosaur Home - Blogs (411 visits)
  8. Paleoseismicity (390 visits)
  9. Arizona Geology (374 visits)
  10. Four Degrees (372 visits)


Top keywords:
  1. Expedition 349 (7)
  2. Geology (7)
  3. From the BlogSphere (7)
  4. Herb (6)
  5. picture (6)
  6. Utah (6)
  7. people (6)
  8. Matches (5)
  9. Lake Scientist (5)
  10. series (5)
Top places:
  1. United States (12)
  2. Utah (10)
  3. Arizona (9)
  4. China (6)
  5. Los Angeles (5)
  6. Republik Indonesia (5)
  7. Italy (4)
  8. Massachusetts (4)
  9. United Kingdom (4)
  10. California (4)
Top stratigraphy:
  1. Cretaceous (13)
  2. Jurassic (8)
  3. Devonian (8)
  4. Ordovician (6)
  5. Paleogene (5)
  6. Quaternary (5)
  7. Triassic (3)
  8. Neogene (2)
  9. Neoproterozoic (1)
  10. Permian (1)


The 10 most frequently clicked posts:

Map: Where Are the Trashiest New Yorkers?

State of the Planet [2014-02-06 18:35:34]   recommend this post  (1988 visits)
No, not that kind of trashy – we’re talking here about what New York City neighborhoods produce the most municipal solid waste per person. In September of 2011, the City of New York Department of Sanitation (DSNY) monitored the amount of refuse, [...]

Giant Boulder Smashes Through Italian Farm [2014-02-03 07:27:10]   recommend this post  (1734 visits)
An Italian farmer and his family had an unbelievably close call with some house-sized boulders. You have to see the pictures to believe it. The boulders were dislodged during a landslide on January 21 in Northern Italy. One of the boulders smashed [...]

Debate pre-game prognosis: What Ken Ham could learn from Duane Gish in order to “win” his debate against Bill Nye

The GeoChristian [2014-02-05 00:03:41]   recommend this post  (1114 visits)
In March of 1987, young-Earth creationist Dr. Duane Gish came to Washington State University to have a creation-evolution debate with Dr. Grover Krantz, an anthropology professor at WSU. Gish’s style in his frequent debates was a rapid-fire [...]

The Water-Energy Nexus

Four Degrees [2014-02-04 11:09:11]   recommend this post  (372 visits)
Flo Bullough writes on the concept of the water-energy nexus; its implications for energy and water security and the impact of climate change and future planning and regulation.  I first came across the concept of the water-energy nexus when the [...]

Late Holocene rupture history of the Ventas de Zafarraya Fault in Southern Spain

Paleoseismicity [2014-02-02 13:56:35]   recommend this post  (349 visits)
My latest paper deals with the Holocene activity of the Ventas de Zafarraya Fault in Southern Spain. It was published some days ago in the most recent issue of Cuaternario y Geomorfología. The Ventas de Zafarraya Fault (VZF) west of the … [...]

I'm Glad Movies Like "Avatar" Aren't Metaphors or Anything: Exploring Black Mesa in America's Never Never

Geotripper [2014-02-08 01:03:00]   recommend this post  (320 visits)
It's the stuff of science fiction movies. A pastoral peaceful society is overwhelmed by a technologically superior and more numerous invader because they were unlucky to be living on top of something valuable to the invader. Movies like Independence [...]

Wooster’s Fossils of the Week: Mysterious borings in brachiopods from the Upper Ordovician of the Cincinnati region

Wooster Geologists [2014-02-02 06:19:08]   recommend this post  (279 visits)
Above is a well-used brachiopod from the Upper Ordovician of northern Kentucky (C/W-152; Petersburg-Bullittsville Road, Boone County; Bellevue Member of the Grant Lake Formation). It experienced several events on the ancient seafloor during its [...]

Large Explosive Eruption at Ecuador’s Tungurahua

Eruptions [2014-02-02 00:32:08]   recommend this post  (271 visits)
February is off to a roaring start … another brief post to direct you to the significant explosive eruption (see above) going on right now at Ecuador’s Tungurahua. You can see the eruption right now on the IG-EPN webcams and

Regional Groundwater Flow and Water Quality in The Virgin River Basin and Surrounding Areas, Utah and Surrounding Areas, Utah and Arizona

Utah Geological Survey - blog [2014-02-06 01:51:46]   recommend this post  (251 visits)
By: Paul Inkenbrandt, Kevin Thomas, and J. Lucy Jordan In this 46-page report, we characterized the deep aquifer system and its connections to the overlying aquifers in the area of the Hurricane fault in Washington County by examining well logs, [...]

Spanish City is One With the Rocks [2014-02-03 06:36:02]   recommend this post  (246 visits)
I had never heard of this town before seeing the post on Setenil de las Bodegas is a small town of about 3,000 people in the Spanish province of Cadiz. The town is built within the narrow gorge cut by the Rio Trejo. Some of the [...] | Impressum