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Geoblogosphere weekly review (27th week of 2015, 216 weeks ago)


Most active blogs:
  1. Wooster Geologists (12 posts)
  2. Gunnars Geo-Blog (7 posts)
  3. Arizona Geology (6 posts)
  4. BEYONDbones (6 posts)
  5. Geotripper (5 posts)
  6. Palaeoblog (5 posts)
  7. News (5 posts)
  8. State of the Planet (5 posts)
  9. Koprolitos (5 posts)
  10. Dan\'s Wild Wild Science Journal (5 posts)
Most visited blogs:
  1. Wooster Geologists (1136 visits)
  2. Arizona Geology (567 visits)
  3. Gunnars Geo-Blog (486 visits)
  4. Geotripper (477 visits)
  5. Dan\'s Wild Wild Science Journal (425 visits)
  6. Palaeoblog (348 visits)
  7. Ontario-geofish (339 visits)
  8. Paleoseismicity (338 visits)
  9. News (331 visits)
  10. BEYONDbones (306 visits)


Top keywords:
  1. time (6)
  2. Interesting (5)
  3. world (5)
  4. Earthquakes (4)
  5. Education (4)
  6. New York (4)
  7. effective stress (4)
  8. Cómic (4)
  9. scotland (4)
  10. Thurso (3)
Top places:
  1. Thurso (6)
  2. Arizona (4)
  3. Canada (4)
  4. United States (4)
  5. New York (4)
  6. China (3)
  7. Australia (3)
  8. Bridgend (3)
  9. Oklahoma (3)
  10. United Kingdom (3)
Top stratigraphy:
  1. Ordovician (4)
  2. Cambrian (3)
  3. Jurassic (3)
  4. Quaternary (3)
  5. Devonian (3)
  6. Carboniferous (2)
  7. Paleogene (1)
  8. Mesozoic (1)
  9. Neogene (1)


The 10 most frequently clicked posts:

Significance of bizarre exteinct creature revealed

Geology in the West Country [2015-06-30 13:54:00]   recommend this post  (205 visits)
A bizarre extinct creature that has mystified scientists since its 500m-year fossil was first unearthed more than a century ago has finally revealed its teeth – placing it centre stage in the evolution of many complex life-forms living [...]

Last day of fieldwork in England: A working quarry and another great unconformity

Wooster Geologists [2015-06-29 12:26:06]   recommend this post  (200 visits)
BRISTOL, ENGLAND (June 26, 2015) — Tim Palmer has a professional interest in building stones, and a passion for sorting out their characteristics and historical uses. He thus has many contacts in the stone industry, from architects to quarry [...]

Domes galore: Mono Craters, Long Valley

Magma Cum Laude [2015-06-28 02:17:42]   recommend this post  (194 visits)
Being the guest lecturer on a geology trip is great, especially if you get to talk about your favorite geologic features. But what does one do when volcanology day is over and it's time for the students to do a moraine mapping project? Naturally, [...]

Collinsium Was One Prickly Invertebrate

Laelaps [2015-07-02 02:32:30]   recommend this post  (179 visits)
The Cambrian was the Age of Weird. True, this is a bias that stems from considering the modern

We Are Rapidly Approaching A World Where A Minor Cut Can Be Fatal

Dan\'s Wild Wild Science Journal [2015-06-28 10:42:47]   recommend this post  (174 visits)
We hear so much these days about cancer and Alzheimer’s, but these diseases have been around for most if not all of human history, it’s just they were the minor killers of people who had a long life of 50 or 60 years. The lucky ones got [...]

Latest papers on paleoseismology, active tectonics, archaeoseismology, and tsunamis

Paleoseismicity [2015-07-01 09:44:04]   recommend this post  (173 visits)
In case you need a good read for your summer holidays, here are the latest papers on paleoseismology and related fields. Today including a IAEA TecDoc about paleoseismology, an early paper on the Gorkha quake, coral paleoseismology, some tectonic [...]

The Svalbard Archipelago, Polar Bears, and 80º North

Earthly Musings [2015-06-28 00:01:00]   recommend this post  (170 visits)
There was no internet on our ship in Svalbard, the Sea Adventurer, so am posting photo's from there now from Iceland.It was obvious that we were headed to an "Ice Age" as we entered Svalbard, also known as Spitzbergen after its largest island.Great [...]

Wooster Geologist in England (again)

Wooster Geologists [2015-06-29 12:25:30]   recommend this post  (168 visits)
BRISTOL, ENGLAND (June 25, 2015) — Our little geological exploration of southern Britain now passes into England. Tim Palmer and I crossed the River Severn and drove to the Cotswolds to examine old quarry exposures and Medieval stonework. We [...]

A great unconformity in South Wales

Wooster Geologists [2015-06-29 12:24:17]   recommend this post  (161 visits)
BRIDGEND, WALES (June 24, 2015) — Today Tim Palmer and I visited a famous unconformable rock plane in South Wales. I last saw it thirty years ago, when I knew a lot less about eroded, bored and encrusted surfaces. It is an unconformity between [...]

Deep earthquakes in Bárðarbunga and Tungnafellsjökull volcanoes

Iceland Volcano and Earthquake blog [2015-06-30 01:27:07]   recommend this post  (159 visits)
Even if the eruption in Holuhraun and Bárðarbunga volcano is over, there is no shortage of activity in Bárðarbunga volcano. With deepest earthquake in past 48 hours having the depth of 28,6 km and earthquakes don’t get a … Continue [...] | Impressum