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Sep 19 2010

Geoblogosphere Samplings

Yes, yes, I know most of you have probably read these already, but these selections will be new to some of you, and that’s all the excuse I need. Brian Romans wrote up the geology of Point Reyes National Seashore, complete with lovely pictures.  And for those who can never get enough pictures of sedimentary …

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Sep 15 2010

Science Bloggers in Motion

Yes, again.  Wired Science has launched a brand-new network, and for once in the new-science-blogging-network world, it actually includes geology!  Our own Brian Romans, in fact.  If you’re looking for your Clastic Detritus, they’ve got ‘im right here. And that’s not all they’ve got.  Brian Switek finally found a loving home for Laelaps.  Huzzah! They’ve …

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Sep 11 2010

Strata to Make Your Heart Sing

I don’t go by Wayne Ranney’s blog as often as I should (and he doesn’t post nearly as often as I’d wish!), but when I do, I’m always treated to some of the most beautiful geological images available anywhere in the known universe.  Let me give you a sample: This is from his rafting trip …

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Sep 10 2010

The Poetry and Prose of Ellen Morris Bishop

One of my favorite science writers is Ellen Morris Bishop.  She wrote In Search of Ancient Oregon, which I’ve lavished much-deserved praise on here and cannot recommend highly enough.  If I could personally grab each of you by the lapels, give you a good shake, and scream “Buy this book!” in your faces, I’d do …

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Sep 03 2010

Some Stunning Geology

I’m off to enjoy me new books and work on a post idea that struck me on the way to work.  In the meantime, here’s some intriguing and awe-inspiring stuff from the world o’ geoblogging. Silver Fox has posted her Highway 50 links.  I wish more geobloggers would do what she’s doing and post in-depth …

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Aug 28 2010

Things That Caught My Attention

I actually had time to catch up on a little reading today.  Even updated me blogroll to include some of the geology blogs I’ve gotten addicted to recently.  I’m a little distracted just now with terminal PMS and Rocko’s Modern Life, so now’s a good time to share some finds. Brian Romans at Clastic Detritus …

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Aug 23 2010

Things I Found in the Twitterverse

I woke up to a slew of interesting links on Twitter this – um, well, afternoon.  Look, I work nights, all right?  The crack o’ noon is my version of other peoples’ 6 ay-em.  I once had to explain this to a scheduling manager at a former job who didn’t understand why we night folk …

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Aug 03 2010

Fangirl Gets Noticed by the Rock Stars, Freaks the Hell Out

And when I say rock stars, I mean geobloggers.  Y’know, the real rock stars. My darlings.  Please put down the handy throwable objects.  I promise that’s the last silly pun in this post.  Now stop aiming at my head.  Thank you. Now, allow to ‘splain, or at least sum up.  Earlier today, several geobloggers I …

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Aug 02 2010

Wither Geology?

I hadn’t perused Scientopia’s categories until a brushfire broke out on Twitter regarding the absence of geoblogging there.  So I looked.  Sure enough, no geology. That’s just not right. Look, I know biology and chemistry and physics are all shiny and exciting, but so is geology, damn it!  One of the things that always annoyed …

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Aug 02 2010

A New Science Blog Collective is Born

And it has forced me to spend an hour updating my blogroll.  But I’m not unhappy, no!  Because now there’s a brand-new, shiny source for science blogging: Scientopia.  A lot of your favorite ScienceBlogs expats have found new homes there, among them Whitecoat Underground. Bora’s given them a proper introduction, so I’ll just confine my …

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