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Geoblogosphere weekly review (9th week of 2017, 41 weeks ago)

Blogs:

Most active blogs:
  1. BEYONDbones (6 posts)
  2. Louisville Area Fossils (5 posts)
  3. Geology in the West Country (5 posts)
  4. Mountain Beltway (5 posts)
  5. Koprolitos (5 posts)
  6. Gunnars Geo-Blog (4 posts)
  7. Florian Beckers Vulkan-Blog (4 posts)
  8. JOIDES Resolution blogs (4 posts)
  9. The Landslide Blog (4 posts)
  10. Dan\'s Wild Wild Science Journal (4 posts)
Most visited blogs:
  1. Louisville Area Fossils (506 visits)
  2. Geotripper (222 visits)
  3. Real Climate (207 visits)
  4. The Contemplative Mammoth (203 visits)
  5. Looking for Detachment (196 visits)
  6. paleoseismicity.org (195 visits)
  7. markwitton.com blog (172 visits)
  8. kreidefossilien.de (169 visits)
  9. Koprolitos (165 visits)
  10. kreidefossilien.de - Bilder (161 visits)

Topics:

Top keywords:
  1. Vulkanausbrüche (4)
  2. exp 367 (3)
  3. ammonite (2)
  4. 3D (2)
  5. Cómic (2)
  6. landslide report (2)
  7. Education (2)
  8. Earthquakes (2)
  9. 2017 floods (2)
  10. British Natural History Museum (2)
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      Repost: Here's to You, Geological Heroes

      Looking for Detachment [2017-02-23 18:00:00]   recommend this post  (196 visits)
      My DSL lines and WiFi, provided by Frontier (or not provided, as the case may be), are currently quite lousy with 50%-plus packet loss. For some reason, Google pages and products, including this blog, work at least slowly and sporadically, as does [...]

      Paper: The Canterbury earthquake sequence and earthquake environmental effects

      paleoseismicity.org [2017-02-20 23:50:55]   recommend this post  (195 visits)
      Now that the new dates for the 8th PATA Days 2017 in New Zealand are fixed, it is time to bring to your attention an exceptional paper that was already published in 2016. I planned to write a review long time ago, but I just managed to do so now. [...]

      Parkinsonia parkinsoni Ammonite Fossil

      Louisville Area Fossils [2017-02-21 04:00:00]   recommend this post  (173 visits)
      The Parkinsonia parkinsoni (J. Sowerby) ammonite fossil from the Middle Jurassic Period (174-164 million years ago). Found in Upper Inferior Oolite, Parkinsoni zone, Sherborne Dorset England. On display at the British Natural History Museum London [...]

      Plesiosaur palaeoart: thoughts for artists

      markwitton.com blog [2017-02-24 10:30:00]   recommend this post  (172 visits)
      Jurassic plesiosauroid Plesiosaurus dolichodeirus with a controversially dipped left hindfin. Nothing like a little drama to start a blog post. Among the first animals to feature prominently in palaeoart were plesiosaurs, those four-flippered [...]

      Science for everyone: my #RallyforScience remarks

      The Contemplative Mammoth [2017-02-19 23:07:05]   recommend this post  (171 visits)
      I gave these remarks at the Rally to Stand Up for Science today in Copley Square, to a crowd of several thousand scientists and science supporters. We had a wonderful, diverse group of speakers, which was so refreshing. I encourage others to post [...]

      Stephanoceras humphriesianum Ammonite Fossil

      Louisville Area Fossils [2017-02-22 04:00:00]   recommend this post  (171 visits)
      The Stephanoceras humphriesianum (J. de C. Sowerby) ammonite fossil from the Middle Jurassic Period (174-164 million years ago). Found in Middle Inferior Oolite, Dundry Glos England. On display at the British Natural History Museum London as of [...]

      Something Harde to believe…

      Real Climate [2017-02-25 22:43:49]   recommend this post  (170 visits)
      A commenter brings news of an obviously wrong paper that has just appeared in Global and Planetary Change. purports to be a radical revision of our understanding of the carbon cycle by Hermann Harde. The key conclusions are (and reality in green): [...]

      Franke, 1928. Die Foraminiferen der Oberen Kreide Nord- und Mitteldeutschlands

      kreidefossilien.de [2017-02-19 23:09:00]   recommend this post  (169 visits)
      Adolf Franke, 1928. Die Foraminiferen der Oberen Kreide Nord- und Mitteldeutschlands. Abhandlungen der Preußischen Geologischen Landesanstalt, Neue Folge (Akademie-Verlag) Berlin 111>:

      Liveblogging the Deluge: Big Changes on the Tuolumne River

      Geotripper [2017-02-22 02:29:00]   recommend this post  (167 visits)
      Source: http://www.capradio.org/articles/2017/02/20/don-pedro-reservoir-spillway-opens-for-first-time-since-97/ I've been away for the last five days, experiencing California's storms from an entirely different perspective, that of being exposed [...]

      Enoploclytia leachi (Mantell, 1822)

      kreidefossilien.de - Bilder [2017-02-22 14:30:40]   recommend this post  (161 visits)
      artikulierte Decapodenreste, isolierte Krebsreste können mit gewißer Regelmäßigkeit gefunden werden, während vollständigere Funde selten sind - Turon, unteres-mittleres Turon (Brießnitz-Formation) - Ort: Wassersammelbecken an der A17 (AS [...]
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