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hirise: aeolian erosion textures near cerberus fossae
poropoea africana: a new species of trichogrammatid wasp from gabon.
bedding / cleavage intersections at indian spring, fort valley
more record heat invading the u.s. as cleanup from rare february tornadoes begins
odds and ends about milankovitch and climate change
themis: lava rough and smooth on daedalia planum
what do we mean by “drought”, episode cvii
artifacts from the history of geology
sigma training in chile, the uk and africa...by leanne hughes
responding to the attack on environmental regulation
poems with a power to elucidate new urban futures
finding forward momentum in local actions – reflections from the women’s march in dc

citizen scientist spots changes on rosetta's comet
summertime in argentina and patagonia
imaggeo on mondays: harnessing earth’s inner heat
buried treasure – matt wedel
niwa maps huge submarine landslides triggered by the kaikoura earthquakes
german archaeologists kidnapped in nigeria.
you had me at seaweed-based glitter
professors greg wiles and meagen pollock earn a field experience grant from the keck geology consortium
kahlotus in winter
new banner picture! cobequid-chedabucto fault at cape chignecto, nova scotia
eruptive episode on mount fuego, guatemala.
the dutch love affair with natural gas: a cautionary tale for the united states?
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hirise: aeolian erosion textures near cerberus fossae http://redplanet.asu.edu/?p=22712&utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=hirise-aeolian-erosion-textures-near-cerberus-fossae
red planet report http://redplanet.asu.edu/
read more http://redplanet.asu.edu/?p=22712&utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=hirise-aeolian-erosion-textures-near-cerberus-fossae
poropoea africana: a new species of trichogrammatid wasp from gabon. http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/sciencythoughts/~3/w7s4r6s9w0q/poropoea-africana-new-species-of.html
sciency thoughts http://sciencythoughts.blogspot.com
read more http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/sciencythoughts/~3/w7s4r6s9w0q/poropoea-africana-new-species-of.html
bedding / cleavage intersections at indian spring, fort valley http://blogs.agu.org/mountainbeltway/2017/02/27/bedding-cleavage-intersections-indian-spring-fort-valley/
mountain beltway http://blogs.agu.org/mountainbeltway/
read more http://blogs.agu.org/mountainbeltway/2017/02/27/bedding-cleavage-intersections-indian-spring-fort-valley/
more record heat invading the u.s. as cleanup from rare february tornadoes begins http://www.wunderground.com/blog/jeffmasters/more-record-heat-invading-the-us-as-cleanup-from-rare-february-torna
dr. jeff masters' wunderblog http://www.wunderground.com/blog/jeffmasters/show.html
read more http://www.wunderground.com/blog/jeffmasters/more-record-heat-invading-the-us-as-cleanup-from-rare-february-torna
odds and ends about milankovitch and climate change https://earth-pages.co.uk/2017/02/27/odds-and-ends-about-milankovitch-and-climate-change/
earth-pages http://earth-pages.co.uk/
read more https://earth-pages.co.uk/2017/02/27/odds-and-ends-about-milankovitch-and-climate-change/
themis: lava rough and smooth on daedalia planum http://redplanet.asu.edu/?p=22699&utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=themis-lava-rough-and-smooth-on-daedalia-planum
red planet report http://redplanet.asu.edu/
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what do we mean by “drought”, episode cvii http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/jfleckatinkstain/~3/7m8cygi48vw/
inkstain (john fleck) http://www.inkstain.net/fleck/
read more http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/jfleckatinkstain/~3/7m8cygi48vw/
artifacts from the history of geology https://oaklandgeology.wordpress.com/2017/02/27/artifacts-from-the-history-of-geology/
oakland geology http://oaklandgeology.wordpress.com/
read more https://oaklandgeology.wordpress.com/2017/02/27/artifacts-from-the-history-of-geology/
sigma training in chile, the uk and africa...by leanne hughes http://britgeopeople.blogspot.com/2017/02/sigma-training-in-chile-uk-and-africaby.html
geoblogy - science from the core http://britgeopeople.blogspot.com/
read more http://britgeopeople.blogspot.com/2017/02/sigma-training-in-chile-uk-and-africaby.html
responding to the attack on environmental regulation http://blogs.ei.columbia.edu/2017/02/27/responding-to-the-attack-on-environmental-regulation/
state of the planet http://blogs.ei.columbia.edu/
read more http://blogs.ei.columbia.edu/2017/02/27/responding-to-the-attack-on-environmental-regulation/
poems with a power to elucidate new urban futures https://www.thenatureofcities.com/2017/02/27/no-one-imagined-us-poetry-power-elucidate-new-urban-future/
the nature of cities http://www.thenatureofcities.com/
read more https://www.thenatureofcities.com/2017/02/27/no-one-imagined-us-poetry-power-elucidate-new-urban-future/
finding forward momentum in local actions – reflections from the women’s march in dc http://blogs.agu.org/sciencecommunication/2017/02/27/finding-forward-momentum-local-actions-reflections-womens-march-dc/
the plainspoken scientist http://blogs.agu.org/sciencecommunication/
read more http://blogs.agu.org/sciencecommunication/2017/02/27/finding-forward-momentum-local-actions-reflections-womens-march-dc/
http://earthlearningidea.blogspot.com/2017/02/new-eli-today-from-folds-to-crustal.html
earth learning idea http://earthlearningidea.blogspot.com/
read more http://earthlearningidea.blogspot.com/2017/02/new-eli-today-from-folds-to-crustal.html
citizen scientist spots changes on rosetta's comet http://www.planetary.org/blogs/guest-blogs/2017/20170227-citizen-scientists-spot-rosetta-comet-changes.html
planetary society weblog http://planetary.org/blog/
read more http://www.planetary.org/blogs/guest-blogs/2017/20170227-citizen-scientists-spot-rosetta-comet-changes.html
summertime in argentina and patagonia http://earthly-musings.blogspot.com/2017/02/summertime-in-argentina-and-patagonia.html
earthly musings http://earthly-musings.blogspot.com/
read more http://earthly-musings.blogspot.com/2017/02/summertime-in-argentina-and-patagonia.html
imaggeo on mondays: harnessing earth’s inner heat http://blogs.egu.eu/geolog/2017/02/27/imaggeo-on-mondays-harnessing-earths-inner-heat/
egu geolog http://geolog.egu.eu/
read more http://blogs.egu.eu/geolog/2017/02/27/imaggeo-on-mondays-harnessing-earths-inner-heat/
buried treasure – matt wedel https://archosaurmusings.wordpress.com/2017/02/27/buried-treasure-matt-wedel/
dave hone's archosaur musings http://archosaurmusings.wordpress.com/
read more https://archosaurmusings.wordpress.com/2017/02/27/buried-treasure-matt-wedel/
niwa maps huge submarine landslides triggered by the kaikoura earthquakes http://blogs.agu.org/landslideblog/2017/02/27/niwa-1/
the landslide blog http://blogs.agu.org/landslideblog/
read more http://blogs.agu.org/landslideblog/2017/02/27/niwa-1/
german archaeologists kidnapped in nigeria. http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/sciencythoughts/~3/ytuyufljxls/german-archaeologists-kidnapped-in.html
sciency thoughts http://sciencythoughts.blogspot.com
read more http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/sciencythoughts/~3/ytuyufljxls/german-archaeologists-kidnapped-in.html
you had me at seaweed-based glitter http://www.deepseanews.com/2017/02/you-had-me-at-seaweed-based-glitter/
deep sea news http://deepseanews.com/feed/
read more http://www.deepseanews.com/2017/02/you-had-me-at-seaweed-based-glitter/
professors greg wiles and meagen pollock earn a field experience grant from the keck geology consortium http://woostergeologists.scotblogs.wooster.edu/2017/02/26/professors-greg-wiles-and-meagen-pollock-earn-a-field-experience-grant-from-the-keck-geology-consortium/
wooster geologists http://woostergeologists.scotblogs.wooster.edu/
read more http://woostergeologists.scotblogs.wooster.edu/2017/02/26/professors-greg-wiles-and-meagen-pollock-earn-a-field-experience-grant-from-the-keck-geology-consortium/
kahlotus in winter http://washingtonlandscape.blogspot.com/2017/02/kahlotus-in-winter.html
reading the washington landscape http://washingtonlandscape.blogspot.com/
read more http://washingtonlandscape.blogspot.com/2017/02/kahlotus-in-winter.html
new banner picture! cobequid-chedabucto fault at cape chignecto, nova scotia https://earthsciencesociety.com/2017/02/26/new-banner-picture-cobequid-chedabucto-fault-at-cape-chignecto-nova-scotia/
earth science society http://earthsciencesociety.com/
read more https://earthsciencesociety.com/2017/02/26/new-banner-picture-cobequid-chedabucto-fault-at-cape-chignecto-nova-scotia/
eruptive episode on mount fuego, guatemala. http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/sciencythoughts/~3/paws0kudgns/eruptive-episode-on-mount-fuego.html
sciency thoughts http://sciencythoughts.blogspot.com
read more http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/sciencythoughts/~3/paws0kudgns/eruptive-episode-on-mount-fuego.html
the dutch love affair with natural gas: a cautionary tale for the united states? http://resourceinsights.blogspot.com/2017/02/the-dutch-love-affair-with-natural-gas.html
resource insights http://resourceinsights.blogspot.com/
read more http://resourceinsights.blogspot.com/2017/02/the-dutch-love-affair-with-natural-gas.html
- http://all-geo.org/highlyallochthonous
#365climateimpacts: snow, ice, flooding, and football (february 1-15) http://all-geo.org/highlyallochthonous/2017/02/365climateimpacts-snow-ice-flooding-and-football-february-1-15/
- http://all-geo.org/erratics
unifying theory of geology class http://all-geo.org/erratics/2012/05/unifying-theory-of-geology-class/
- http://all-geo.org/volcan01010
recommended sources of information on katla volcano http://all-geo.org/volcan01010/2016/09/recommended-sources-of-information-on-katla-volcano/
- http://all-geo.org/metageologist
speed of metamorphism: heating up http://all-geo.org/metageologist/2017/01/speed-of-metamorphism-heating-up/
- http://geotweeps-discuss.tumblr.com/
the new timelapse timesink http://geotweeps-discuss.tumblr.com/post/50129157014
are geologists mostly lefties? http://geotweeps-discuss.tumblr.com/post/19034671039

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the best of geology and earth science on the web latest from the geoblogosphere: hirise: aeolian erosion textures near cerberus fossaered planet report | 27 february, 2017aeolian erosion textures near cerberus fossae. beautiful mars series....read morecategories: reports; beautiful mars; cerberus fossae; eolian processes; high resolution imaging science experiment; hirise; mars reconnaissance orbiter; mro; nasa; university of arizona; poropoea africana: a new species of trichogrammatid wasp from gabon.sciency thoughts | 27 february, 2017trichogrammatid wasps are among the smallest of insects, with adults often smaller than a millimetre in length. they are parasitiods, with a larval stage that grows inside the eggs of other insects, typically beetles. in many species the males never emerge, mating with their own sisters within the egg, the adults are poor fliers, and largely just drift on winds, eventually settling and seeking eggs in which to deposit their larvae on foot. members of the genus poropoea are known from across eurasia and north america, with some species known from africa and madagascar. they target leaf-rolling weevils, attelabidae, which are often serious agricultural pests, which opens the possibility of using these wasps as biological control agents.read morecategories: africa; beetles; biodiversity; coleoptera; entomology; gabon; hymenoptera; insects; ivindo national park; leaf-rolling weevils; ogooué-ivindo province; taxonomy; trichogrammatid wasps; wasps; weevils; bedding / cleavage intersections at indian spring, fort valleymountain beltway | 27 february, 2017as mentioned over the weekend, last friday was my first field day of the season. i visited a spot called "indian spring" in the central fort valley. the spot is on private property, but the landowner (will g.) invited me and tom biggs (university of virginia) to check it out. tom's mapping the rileyville quadrangle, so it allowed him to put another spot on his map.read morecategories: devonian; fossils; shale; valley and ridge; virginia; more record heat invading the u.s. as cleanup from rare february tornadoes beginsdr. jeff masters' wunderblog | 27 february, 2017record warmth slathered the northeast on friday and saturday, the latest chapter in a phenomenal sequence of unseasonal mildness during the last half of february. as of monday morning, noaa's u.s. records site had catalogued 5857 daily record highs...read morecategories: noneodds and ends about milankovitch and climate changeearth-pages | 27 february, 2017it is some 40 years since the last explosive development in understanding the way the world works. in 1976 verification of milutin milanković's astronomical theory to explain cyclical climate change as expressed by surface processes has had a similar impact as the underpinning of internal processes by the emergence of plate tectonics in the preceding decade. signals that match the regularity of changes in the earth's orbital eccentricity and the tilt and precession of its axis of rotation, with periods of roughly 96 and 413 ka, 41 ka, 21 and 26 ka respectively, were found in climate change proxies in deep-sea sediment cores (oxygen isotope sequences from benthonic foraminifera) spanning the last 2.6 ma. the findings seemed as close to proof as one might wish, albeit with anomalies. the most notable of these was that although milanković's prediction of a dominant 41 ka effect of changing axial tilt, the strongest astronomical forcing, had characterised cooling and warming cycles in the early pleistocene, since about a million years ago a ~100 ka periodicity took over - that of the weakest forcing from changing orbital obliquity. analysis of sedimentary cycles from different episodes in earlier geological history, as during carboniferous to permian global frigidity, seemed to confirm that gravitational fluctuations stemming from the orbits of other planets, jupiter and saturn especially, had been a continual background to climate change.read morecategories: climate change and palaeoclimatology; astronomical forcing; chaotic systems; climate change; ice ages; interglacials; themis: lava rough and smooth on daedalia planumred planet report | 27 february, 2017themis image of the day, february 27, 2017. his vis image shows a small portion of daedalia planum. the lava flows in this region originated at arsia mons, one of the large tharsis volcanoes. several different elevations of lava flow ... continue rea...read morecategories: reports; arizona state university; asu; daedalia planum; lava flows; mars odyssey; nasa; themis; themis image of the day; thermal emission imaging system; what do we mean by “drought”, episode cviiinkstain (john fleck) | 27 february, 2017the always thoughtful mike dettinger:read morecategories: california; cawater; climate variability; water; artifacts from the history of geologyoakland geology | 27 february, 2017i had the good fortune last week to join a gathering of the explorers' club at the great david rumsey map center, a famous collection housed since 2016 in the green library at stanford university. laid out for our enjoyment were precious original maps from the 18th century west coast exploring voyages of vancouver, la pérouse, cook and more; maps from the 19th century western surveys of fremont, king, powell and more; and two monuments of geologic mapping: william smith's 1815 map of england and wales, and an edition of william maclure's 1809 map of the united states. i couldn't resist a phone pic of that one.read morecategories: other; sigma training in chile, the uk and africa...by leanne hughesgeoblogy - science from the core | 27 february, 2017leanne demonstrating sigma in the field in chile. last month i undertook work which involved me being in three continents within a week. this is not bad going since i had only previously visited three in a lifetime! the first visit was to the geological survey of chile (sernageomin) and enami the national mining company, this was part of a collaborative project with bgs to discover how we can use high resolution state of the art remote sensing imagery and elevation models to better define and understand geological problems for further study. for the interpretation of this data we used  virtual field reconnaissance software 'geovisionary' to enable a team of bgs and chilean geologists to understand the virtual terrain as a group and record the interpretations as digital lines. this allowed the geologists to make decisions about which field sites needed a visit in order to constrain the remote interpretation. once the field sites were identified, we flew to the north of chile near ovalle to field verify the interpretations using bgs sigma mobile.  sigma is a gis-based geological mapping system, which spatially references geological observations interpretations and line work. it allowed us to collect a great deal of data into one system. the temperature in north chile was in the mid-30s and very dry, there were lots of cactus with vicious spines - one small round variety stuck in my mind as the chilean name translated as "a cushion for the mother-in-law"!read morecategories: chile; dfid. capacity building; enami; geovisionary; gis; liberia; liberian geological survey; remote sensing; sernageomin; sigma; responding to the attack on environmental regulationstate of the planet | 27 february, 2017last week, the new epa administrator scott pruitt attacked his own agency in an address to the conservative political action summit. the attack on environmental regulation by the head of epa is a remarkable nightmare. fortunately, in our federal syst...read morecategories: sustainability; environmental protection agency; environmental regulation; government; green infrastructure; poems with a power to elucidate new urban futuresthe nature of cities | 27 february, 2017a review of the ecopoetry anthology, edited by ann fisher-wirth and laura-gray street. 2013. isbn: 1595341463. trinity university press, san antonio, tx. 628 pages.  are cities beyond the help of poetry? donald trump and his administration seem to think so, and their recent actions give the question urgency for both the u.s. and the world. ... continue reading poems with a power to elucidate new urban futures ?'read morecategories: art & awareness; people & communities; review; art; awareness; governance; justice; north america; participation/democracy; politics; tools; finding forward momentum in local actions – reflections from the women’s march in dcthe plainspoken scientist | 27 february, 2017by christy till. this is part 1 in a 3-part series in which a us scientist's reflections on the women's march, making sense of the current political landscape. and finding answers in local science communication activities.read morecategories: public outreach; scicomm; science and society; featured; science communication; science outreach; earth learning idea | 27 february, 2017new eli+ today - 'from folds to crustal shortening: visualising past processes by calculation. modelling folding by calculation - thinking through the assumptions'read morecategories: earth energy; citizen scientist spots changes on rosetta's cometplanetary society weblog | 27 february, 2017citizen scientist and self-described "comet whisperer" marco parisi explains how he made a striking discovery on comet 67p using rosetta mission data....read morecategories: nonesummertime in argentina and patagoniaearthly musings | 27 february, 2017i have begun a 17-day exploration of argentina and chilean patagonia and will be posing pictures from the cone of south america. this trip is with smithsonian journeys and the itinerary is here. four past travelers from my grand canyon river trips are with me on this excursion.read morecategories: noneimaggeo on mondays: harnessing earth’s inner heategu geolog | 27 february, 2017iceland, the land of ice and fire, is well known for its volcanicity. most famously, it is home to eyjafjallajökull: the volcano which caused wide spread mayhem across european airspace when it erupted in 2010.read morecategories: energy, resources and the environment; field work; geochemistry, mineralogy, petrology & volcanology; geodynamics; imaggeo; imaggeo on mondays; natural hazards; regular features; eyjafjallajökull; geothermal; iceland geology; krafla; myvatn lake; buried treasure – matt wedeldave hone's archosaur musings | 27 february, 2017i'm not quite sure whether i'm supposed to be talking about my favorite paper out of my little flock, or the one that i wish had gotten more attention. but it's okay, because the answer in both cases is the same: my 2012 paper on long nerves in...read morecategories: dinosaurs; guest posts; neurology; palaeontology; niwa maps huge submarine landslides triggered by the kaikoura earthquakesthe landslide blog | 27 february, 2017niwa, the national institute of water and atmospheric research in new zealand, has put out a press release today regarding submarine landslides triggered by the kaikoura earthquakes.  we know that the main shock, and the aftershocks, triggered large numbers of landslides onshore.  the picture on the seafloor was less certain, and is of course harder to determine.  the interesting aspect of this is that offshore kaikoura lies a submarine canyon - the kaikoura canyon -  which is rather beautifully depicted in this niwa press release from 2011:read morecategories: earthquake-induced landslide; earthquake; featured; kaikoura; new zealand; submarine landslide; german archaeologists kidnapped in nigeria.sciency thoughts | 26 february, 2017two german archaeologists working at jenjela village in kaduna state were snatched by unidentified gunmen on wednesday 22 february 2017. two local men, identified as anas ibrahim and adamu abdulrahim, who tried to intervene were killed during the incident. the gunmen demanded payment of a ransom of 60 million niara (about us$ 200 000) for the release of peter breunig and johannes buringer of the goethe university in frankfurt. the men were released late on saturday 25 february, after an operation by local security services. no ransom is reported to have been paid, and details of any arrests made have not been released. the men are recovering from their ideals at the german embassy in abuja.read morecategories: africa; archaeology; iron age; kaduna state; law enforcement; nigeria; nok culture; west africa; you had me at seaweed-based glitterdeep sea news | 26 february, 2017as i was doing my morning internet perusing, i came across this fun video of a glittery bath bomb making a heinous mess is someones tub.read morecategories: conservation & environment; favorite species; intertidal; glitter; lush; seaweed; professors greg wiles and meagen pollock earn a field experience grant from the keck geology consortiumwooster geologists | 26 february, 2017 wooster, ohio -- two wooster geology professors, meagen pollock and greg wiles, have a exciting new grant from the keck geology consortium to fund a five-week research program for first-year and sophomore students interested in the earth sciences. ...read morecategories: uncategorized; kahlotus in winterreading the washington landscape | 26 february, 2017kahlotus has never really been a thriving town, but then it has not drifted into ghost town status either. due to good roads and better cars the commercial businesses that served the already sparse population have faded such that there is an appearance of decay with empty commercial buildings.  read morecategories: towns and cities; new banner picture! cobequid-chedabucto fault at cape chignecto, nova scotiaearth science society | 26 february, 2017 figure 1. the western extremity of the cobequid chedabucto fault complex in nova scotia. the cape in the distance is called cape chignecto it is a glorious view from the beach at advocate harbour. we look west towards cape chignecto. the coastline ...read morecategories: general geoscience; 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