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14 blogs about Earth science.

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

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    Hot News About Kilauea
    The active volcano Kilauea, on the Big Island of Hawaii, is heating up. In the days between January 27 and February 1, 2024, scientists have observed more than a thousand earthquakes and ground deformation that …
    By Roseanne Chambers, 464 words
  2. 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. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Sun Pillar over Yellow Springs, Ohio
    Photographer: John ChumackSummary Author: John Chumack Shown above is an impressive sun pillar that caught my attention as the Sun was setting one day last month while driving near Yellow Springs, Ohio. I first noticed …
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  3. Editors’ Vox - Eos
    Eos is the science news magazine published by AGU [Advancing Earth and Space Science]. 🇺🇸 More info

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    A new report on landslide activity and scenarios for landslide development at the Nordic Waste facility in Randers, Denmark
    The Landslide Blog is written by Dave Petley, who is widely recognized as a world leader in the study and management of landslides. Exactly a month ago, I wrote about the very large waste landslide …
    By Dave Petley, 888 words
  4. Fossil Huntress
    Musings in natural history meant to captivate, educate & inspire. Deepen your world. 🇨🇦 More info

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    PISTA DE BAILE JURÁSICA
    This busy slate grey dinosaur trackway from the Iberian Peninsula looks more like a dance floor than the thoroughfare it is. The numerous theropod dinosaur tracks — with a few enormous sauropod tracks thrown in …
    By FossilHuntress, 71 words
  5. From a Glacier's Perspective - AGU Blogosphere
    Glacier change in a world of climate change. By Mauri Pelto. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Mount Everest Region Snow Line Winter 2024: Rises Above and Remains Above 6000 m
    The snow line on Mount Everest Region glaciers on Feb. 11, 2024 indicated by yellow dots on the Landsat image. Note that Nangpa La and Nup La-two high passes (5800-5900 m) are both snow free. …
    By mspelto, 310 words
  6. GeoEd Trek - AGU Blogosphere
    Focuses on geoscience education/outreach, science communication, and technology tools in the classroom, online, and in the field. By Laura Guertin. 🇺🇸 More info

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    The GeoEd Trek ends…
    Back in 2014, I was invited to join the AGU Blogosphere to post about geoscience education and educational technology (see my very first post, Join the Trek to explore Geoscience Education). Over time, as my …
    By Laura Guertin, 287 words
  7. Georneys - AGU Blogosphere
    Geological musings, wanderings, and adventures. By Evelyn Mervine. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Georneys is Moving – and Where to Find Me
    The picture that inspired my blog header. AGU has announced that it will be sunsetting the AGU Blogosphere. So, I am here to say goodbye – and to thank AGU for years of hosting my …
    By Evelyn Mervine, 477 words
  8. 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. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Echoes of a Watery Paradise in a Forsaken Hellscape - The Brief Return of Death Valley's Lake Manly
    Imagine a lake that's six miles across flanked by dramatic mountain peaks reaching heights greater than 10,000 feet. We're in California, so it's got to be Lake Tahoe, right? But it's not. It is the …
    By Garry Hayes, 1,154 words
  9. The Landslide Blog - AGU Blogosphere
    Provides commentary and analysis of landslide events occurring worldwide, including the landslides themselves, latest research, and conferences and meetings. By Dave Petley. 🇬🇧 More info

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    A new home for the Landslide Blog
    A new home for the Landslide Blog I started this blog on 16 December 2007 – that feels like a long time ago now – as a site on Blogger. In 2010, the American Geophysical …
    By Dave Petley, 270 words
  10. Mountain Beltway - AGU Blogosphere
    By Callan Bentley. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Swan song
    Trumpeter Swan observed last week at Ragged Mountain Reservoir, near Charlottesville, Virginia Well, this is it: The last post at Mountain Beltway here at the AGU Blogosphere. AGU has been so accommodating, hosting my blog …
    By Callan Bentley, 284 words
  11. The Plainspoken Scientist - AGU Blogosphere
    The science communication blog of AGU’s Sharing Science program. 🇺🇸 More info

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    What makes a river a river?
    Close your eyes and picture a river…go on, do it! What did you see? Did you picture a clear, deep mountain stream? A raging river in a steep gorge? A creek with grassy banks and …
    By Shane Hanlon, 592 words
  12. Southern Fried Science
    Over 15 years of ocean science and conservation online. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Here’s how thresher sharks whip their tails back and forth
    A new study breaks down the biomechanics of one of the marine world’s most unusual hunting behaviors. Thresher sharks have one of the strangest body plans of any fish, with almost half their body comprised …
    By David Shiffman, 79 words
  13. Spooky Geology
    Earth mysteries, weird locations, anomalous phenomena. By Sharon A. Hill. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Up on a Pennsylvania housetop, a metal mystery
    A large piece of metal of unknown origin appeared on the roof of a Philadelphia home. It did not come from a plane. And, Schuylkill notes update.
    By Sharon A. Hill, 35 words
  14. VolcanoCafe
    Because Volcanoes are Ewesome. More info

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    M stands for magma: the Socorro cover-up
    The mountain got its name in 1911 when students of the local university, named New Mexico School of Mines, climbed up the hill and painted a 50 meter tall letter ‘M’ near the summit. Other …
    By Albert, 62 words