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Geoblogosphere weekly review (52th week of 2021, 69 weeks ago)

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  6. Theropoda (2 posts)
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  9. Letters from Gondwana (2 posts)
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  5. ARCHEA (192 visits)
  6. Louisville Area Fossils (173 visits)
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  8. Geotripper (150 visits)
  9. Earth Learning Idea (125 visits)
  10. The GeoChristian (122 visits)

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      Improving Estimates of Population Exposed to Sea Level Rise: Not as Straightforward as It May Seem

      State of the Planet [2021-12-20 17:19:12]   recommend this post  (261 visits)
      Data choices are critical in assessing the risk of sea level rise faced by people living in low elevation coastal

      Christmas on the HMS Beagle

      Letters from Gondwana [2021-12-24 14:19:33]   recommend this post  (175 visits)
      When Charles Darwin arrived to South America, he was only 22 years old. He was part of the second survey expedition of HMS Beagle. By the end of the expedition, Darwin was already earned a name as a geologist and fossil collector. He narrated his [...]

      Spring 2022 Undergraduate Research Assistant Opportunities

      State of the Planet [2021-12-20 17:35:50]   recommend this post  (162 visits)
      Undergraduates from Columbia will be able to serve as research assistants on projects related to sustainable development and the

      Clipper hits Toronto

      Ontario-geofish [2021-12-22 12:50:00]   recommend this post  (160 visits)
       A clipper is peanut butter on toast.  The cold air is stuck on top of the descending tropical plume, and the whole thing falls off the table.  For Toronto, the warm air always goes beneath us, and the cold air hits.  A clipper is fast and [...]

      Unas cuantas ilustraciones paleonavideñas... (VI)

      Koprolitos [2021-12-24 11:32:00]   recommend this post  (158 visits)
      Rugops, the red-nose dino (Carlos de Miguel) Como es habitual por estas fechas, recopilamos algunas ilustraciones navideñas con las que os hacemos llegar nuestra felicitación y buenos deseos para estos días. Los dinosaurios vuelven a ser los [...]

      Las últimas horas en la Ciudad de los Dinosaurios, por Denis

      Koprolitos [2021-12-22 09:36:00]   recommend this post  (154 visits)
      Nuestro prota de hoy, Denis (del que desconocemos apellidos), es estudiante de Biología Marina en el Eckerd College (Florida, Estados Unidos), y le encanta dibujar, los videojuegos, la biología y la paleontología.  Centrándonos en sus [...]

      Merry Mucky Christmas

      Ontario-geofish [2021-12-25 14:42:00]   recommend this post  (154 visits)
       The global weather is just a big muck.The plumes look like a kicked hornet's nest.  The whole North Atlantic is warmer than usual.But the equatorial belts are cold, and under attack from the south polar regions.So, very confused.  This usually [...]

      Classic clipper for Toronto, snowball for Europe

      Ontario-geofish [2021-12-21 12:49:00]   recommend this post  (151 visits)
       We are getting a classic Alberta clipper.  I saw these all the time when I first discovered these maps.  A clipper is mixed with cold on the north, and a Pacific plume on the south.  It's the main type of cold air incursion for Toronto.  The [...]

      Hoping All a Peaceful Christmas and a Better New Year

      Geotripper [2021-12-25 01:18:00]   recommend this post  (150 visits)
      Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all! As is my (sometimes neglected) tradition, I offer up a very big Christmas tree, the General Grant Tree in Kings Canyon National Park. The tree is so large (268 feet high, 40 feet across at the base) [...]

      DINOFLAGELLATES: TEENSY OCEAN STARS

      ARCHEA [2021-12-23 10:30:00]   recommend this post  (149 visits)
      The showy royal blue Christmas cracker looking fellow you see here is a dinoflagellate. Bioluminescent dinoflagellates are a type of plankton — teensy marine organisms that make the seaways shimmer as you swim through them or the tide crashes [...]
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