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Inside a fault
In September, Klaus and me lead a MSc student excursion to southwestern Germany. We not only went through the entire stratigraphy of that area...
New paper on archeoseismological investigations in Cologne, Germany
A new paper has been published online first by Hinzen et al. on their archeoseismological study in Cologne, Germany. During recent archeological excavations, a...
An earthquake catalogue for the last millenium
A new earthquake catalogue has been published by the GFZ Potsdam (German Research Centre for Geosciences). The Database covers the European-Mediterranean area and reaches...
What’s up? The Friday links (17)
This week’s Friday links are almost entirely earthquake related. On James’ Empty Blog you can find some scary but interesting videos from the Japan...
What’s up? The Friday links (13)
Sorry for starting with a non-geological link again, but it’s important: We have two more elements! Well, two more names in the periodic table...
Paleoseismicity at the EGU2011
Now the EGU2011 in Vienna is over. Thousands of scientists have attended the meeting and more than 13,000 abstratcs were presented. Approx. 20,000 portions...
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...
IWAGPR2011 Deadline extended to 28 February
The deadline of the International Workshop on Advanced Ground Penetrating Radar (IWAGPR) to be held in Aachen, June 2011 has been extended to 28...