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Blogs about Earth science

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14 blogs about Earth science.

  1. Dr. Roseanne Chambers – Blog
    “Geologist, geographer and writer in the San Francisco Bay Area.” 🇺🇸

    Ancient Red Ochre in Wyoming and Beyond
    Around 13,000 years ago, Paleoindian hunters were making red ochre from iron-rich hematite collected from the western foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Red ochre had an important role in Paleoindian societies, and is associated with …
    By Roseanne Chambers, 1,015 words

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  2. Earth News
    “Earth science research, climate change, and global warming. The latest news and updates from” 🇬🇧

    Bushfire safe rooms may save lives
    QUT researchers have built and tested a bushfire safe room that exceeds current Australian standards and could keep people alive or protect valuables when evacuation is no longer an option.
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  3. Earth Science Picture of the Day - a service of USRA
    “Highlights the diverse processes and phenomena which shape our planet and our lives. EPOD will collect and archive photos, imagery, graphics, and artwork with short explanatory captions and links exemplifying features within the Earth system.” 🇺🇸

    Spaghetti Nebula
    Photographer: John Chumack Summary Author: John Chumack Featured above is Simeis 147 (Sh2-240), better known as the Spaghetti Nebula, in the constellation of Taurus the Bull. It's glowing, nebulous tendrils are thought by some to …
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  4. Editors’ Vox - Eos
    “Eos is the science news magazine published by AGU [Advancing Earth and Space Science].” 🇺🇸

    Non-Linear Climate Response to Tropical Sea Surface Temperatures
    Editors’ Highlights are summaries of recent papers by AGU’s journal editors. Source: Geophysical Research Letters In order to understand how climate responds to changes in sea surface temperature (SST), it is common to use linear …
    By Suzana Camargo, 255 words

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  5. Fossil Huntress
    “Musings in natural history meant to captivate, educate & inspire. Deepen your world.” 🇨🇦

    If you frequent the eastern coast of North America north of Maine to the western tip of Europe, along the coast of Norway near Svalbard you may have glimpsed one of their chubby, dark silver-grey …
    By FossilHuntress, 72 words

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  6. From a Glacier's Perspective - AGU Blogosphere NEW
    “Glacier change in a world of climate change.” By Mauri Pelto. 🇺🇸

    Snowcover Free Glaciers in Antarctica in 2023
    Eastern Ice Cap on Vega Ice Cap is snow free in Feb. 19, 2023 Sentinel images. Bedrock areas at Point A and B will expand with snow free conditions. In 2023 the near complete loss …
    By Mauri Pelto, 570 words

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  7. GeoEd Trek - AGU Blogosphere NEW
    “Focuses on geoscience education/outreach, science communication, and technology tools in the classroom, online, and in the field.” By Laura Guertin. 🇺🇸

    Blue skies and cloud cover at sea – via quilt
    Each year, the third Saturday in March is National Quilting Day! For fun, I thought I would post about a quilt I recently completed (my 98th quilt since I started stitching in 2006). I credit …
    By Laura Guertin, 824 words

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  8. Georneys - AGU Blogosphere NEW
    “Geological musings, wanderings, and adventures.” By Evelyn Mervine. 🇺🇸

    Geology Word of the Week: N is for Notebook
    My favorite type of geological field notebook. Picture by my husband. def. Notebook: A small book for recording notes, such as geological data. Since geologists often have to record notes in rainy (and sometimes snowy!) …
    By Evelyn Mervine, 528 words

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  9. Geotripper
    “I am a teacher of geology at Modesto Junior College and former president of the National Association of Geoscience Teachers, Far Western Section.” By Garry Hayes. 🇺🇸

    What are the Real Laws of Geological Field Work and Research Publication?
    A bunch of years ago (1998) I took on the first really substantial written work I was ever involved with, a field guide to Yosemite National Park, the central Mother Lode, and the Coast Ranges …
    By Garry Hayes, 630 words

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  10. The Landslide Blog - AGU Blogosphere NEW
    “Provides commentary and analysis of landslide events occurring worldwide, including the landslides themselves, latest research, and conferences and meetings.” By Dave Petley. 🇬🇧

    First Planet satellite images of the landslides in Malawi from Cyclone Freddy
    First Planet satellite images of the landslides in Malawi from Cyclone Freddy Yesterday, I highlighted that Cyclone Freddy has triggered multiple damaging landslides in Malawi. I have started to look at the Planet imagery of …
    By Dave Petley, 510 words

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  11. Mountain Beltway - AGU Blogosphere NEW
    By Callan Bentley. 🇺🇸

    Friday fold: Pinto Gneiss, varnished and un-
    Last week, I was lucky enough to visit Pushawalla Canyon in the Indio Hills region of southern California. There, my colleague Kim Blisniuk (San Jose State University) led our students through an exercise mapping alluvial …
    By Callan Bentley, 195 words

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  12. The Plainspoken Scientist - AGU Blogosphere NEW
    “The science communication blog of AGU’s Sharing Science program.” 🇺🇸

    Harnessing the power of TikTok for science communication
    Screenshot of a Terra Explore video discussing a (then recent) earthquake showing a Ground Motion Visualization (GMV) produced by EarthScope Consortium (formerly IRIS). By Emily Zawacki TikTok catapulted in popularity during the COVID-19 pandemic and …
    By Shane Hanlon, 490 words

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  13. Spooky Geology
    “Earth mysteries, weird locations, anomalous phenomena.” By Sharon A. Hill. 🇺🇸

    What’s the spookiest thing right now?
    Here’s the latest news in spooky geology: 16 February 2023 Catching up on Danny Robins’ Uncanny podcast from October 2022. The Stone Tape Theory is mentioned. Read about what geologists think about that idea and …
    By idoubtit, 91 words

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  14. VolcanoCafe
    “Because Volcanoes are Ewesome.”

    The Aleutian volcanic awakening
    Recently, Mjf and Tallis Rockwell commented in the café that several volcanoes in the Aleutians were undergoing unrest. After some thought, I realized that the Aleutians are within the United States territory, in Alaska, and …
    By Héctor Sacristán, 59 words

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