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Geoblogosphere weekly review (44th week of 2017, 181 weeks ago)


Most active blogs:
  1. State of the Planet (5 posts)
  2. Ontario-geofish (4 posts)
  3. GeoLog-The official blog of the European Geosciences Union (4 posts)
  4. Geotripper (3 posts)
  5. Geology in the West Country (3 posts)
  6. Theropoda (2 posts)
  7. scienzeedintorni (2 posts)
  8. Mountain Beltway (2 posts)
  9. Koprolitos (2 posts)
  10. Iceland Volcano and Earthquake blog (2 posts)
Most visited blogs:
  1. State of the Planet (1021 visits)
  2. Mountain Beltway (333 visits)
  3. Koprolitos (244 visits)
  4. Geology for Global Development (187 visits)
  5. Dave Hone’s Archosaur Musings (178 visits)
  6. Oakland Geology (175 visits)
  7. Theropoda (95 visits)
  8. Seismos (49 visits)
  9. scienzeedintorni (32 visits)
  10. Wooster Geologists (19 visits)


Top keywords:
  1. landslide report (2)
  2. Climate (2)
  3. Biogeosciences (2)
  4. Bárðarbunga (2)
  5. EGU (1)
  6. Palaeoart (1)
  7. humor (1)
  8. Geophysics (1)
  9. Health (1)
  10. Asia (1)
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      The 10 most frequently clicked posts:

      Ice Sheets May Melt Rapidly in Response to Distant Volcanoes

      State of the Planet [2017-10-24 17:00:20]   recommend this post  (237 visits)
      A study of ancient eruptions shows modern ice sheets could be

      The View from the Cheap Seats, by Neil Gaiman

      Mountain Beltway [2017-10-24 16:13:53]   recommend this post  (237 visits)
      I’ve been reading a fair bit of Neil Gaiman over the past year or so: American Gods, Good Omens (with Terry Pratchett), and The Ocean at the End of the Lane. Each of those books is good in its own way, and each is fiction. I just finished a [...]

      Time is Running Out to Apply to the Earth Institute Postdoctoral Research Program

      State of the Planet [2017-10-24 16:30:17]   recommend this post  (215 visits)
      If you're a postdoc interested in sustainable development, apply by October

      Los dinosaurios del salvaje Oeste de Shaun Keenan

      Koprolitos [2017-10-24 08:43:00]   recommend this post  (205 visits)
      Shaun Keenan, ilustrador norteamericano de Kirkland (Washington), siempre ha tenido una historia de amor con los dinosaurios. Según sus palabras, fueron de las primeras cosas que recuerda dibujar de niño y ya de adulto, como artista conceptual, [...]

      The Human and Financial Cost of Pollution

      State of the Planet [2017-10-23 21:15:54]   recommend this post  (201 visits)
      We need to ensure that our air, water and soil is free of poisons and to do that we need to take pollution control more seriously than we do today. Many industries have found that environmental regulation is compatible with long term production and [...]

      Under the Sea Ice, Behold the Ancient Arctic Jellyfish

      State of the Planet [2017-10-23 20:20:47]   recommend this post  (192 visits)
      A video reveals mature jellyfish under the Arctic sea ice, where they aren't supposed to

      Jesse Zondervan’s #GfGDPicks (Oct 2017): Tsunami risk in Geneva, storms in Mumbai, floating runways in Fiji, a river with legal rights, #SciComm

      Geology for Global Development [2017-10-23 11:15:14]   recommend this post  (187 visits)
      Each month, Jesse Zondervan picks his favourite posts from geoscience and development blogs/news, relevant to the work and interests of  Geology for Global Development . Here’s a round-up of Jesse’s selections for the past two weeks: If you [...]

      Hawkins’ St George and the, errr, ‘dragon’

      Dave Hone’s Archosaur Musings [2017-10-23 21:05:10]   recommend this post  (178 visits)
      I was recently introduced to the image below and thought it was something I should share. Given my interest in pterosaurs and palaeoart I was rather surpised by it as I was completely unaware of its existence. That is is by a British artist with a [...]

      New York Is Still Feeling the Effects of Hurricane Sandy, Five Years Later

      State of the Planet [2017-10-23 19:17:16]   recommend this post  (176 visits)
      In October 2012, Sandy devastated large swaths of the city with floods and fire. How well have we recovered? And will we be ready for the next big

      Serpentine and pebbledash on Broadway

      Oakland Geology [2017-10-22 17:02:53]   recommend this post  (175 visits)
      The intersection of Broadway and 20th Street features strong buildings on all four corners. We all know the I. Magnin building (built 1930) and the Capwell (Sears/Uptown Station) building (built 1929) facing it. Across Broadway, we have the [...] | Impressum