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Where on Google Earth? WoGE #271
I have won my first WoGE on Friday, Florian had a great image of the Okavango delta in Botswana. So I have the great...
What’s up? The Friday links (8)
The Christchurch earthquake was the main topic of the Geoblogosphere this week. A great analysis on the effects was provided by Dave Petley in...
Why was the Christchurch earthquake so devastating?
A M6.3 earthquake hit Christchurch, New Zealand on 22 February (21 Feb in UTC), leaving at least 75 people dead and hundreds injured or...
What’s up? The Friday links (7)
Albini made forensic studies on the origin of “fake” earthquakes in historical catalogues and shows in her new paper how the 1272 earthquake “happens”. I...
Friday’s earthquake and Darwin gap
A nice short discussion about the Lorito et al., 2011 paper regarding the seismic gap at the Chilean coast and seismic slip during the...
Registration for Corinth2011 opened
The registration for the 2nd INQUA-IGCP 567 International Workshop on Active Tectonics, Earthquake Geology, Archaeology and Engineering at 19th-24th September 2011 in Corinth, Greece...
What’s up? The Friday links (6)
Today on Friday, 11 February, a magnitude 7.0 earthquake occurred offshore in Chile near Concepcion at 36.5° S and 73° W in a depth of 28km....
Searching for Records of Past Earthquakes Under Water
In its latest issue, EOS reports on the European Science Foundation conference “Submarine Paleoseismology – The Offshore Search of Large Holocene Earthquakes” which was held...
What’s up? The Friday links (5).
The Accredtionary Wedge #30 blog carnival hosted by Mountain Beltway came up with a tasting idea in January: The Geological Bake Sale. Explore and...
Oxford University Press Book Sale
Oxford University Press is currently selling selected books with up to 75% off. The promotion covers dozens of books, among them titles on Archeology,...