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Stuff we linked to on Twitter last fortnight

It’s been a slightly slow start to the new year here on Highly Allochthonous, as your intrepid bloggers have spent most of their time either travelling or preparing for a new semester of teaching (and, much of the time, both). … Continue reading

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Stuff we linked to on Twitter last week

Christmas is approaching – as are annoying relatives you want to hide from, big meals to induce lazy afternoons and evenings on the sofa, and cold weather you snuggle indoors to avoid. All of these activities will be greatly improved … Continue reading

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Stuff we linked to on Twitter last week

Volcanoes It’s that time of year again – cast your ballot for the 2012 Pliny for Volcanic Event of the Year: http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2012/12/nomination-time-for-the-2012-pliny-for-volcanic-event-of-the-year/ (via @eruptionsblog) Earthquakes How combining GPS sensors with seismometers can speed up identification of large/dangerous earthquakes, and emergency … Continue reading

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Stuff we linked to on Twitter last week

A rather eventful week in Earth Science this week, so lots of links for you all to enjoy. Earthquakes The big news this week was obviously the conviction of six Italian seismologists and one official for multiple manslaughter. The reason? … Continue reading

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Stuff we linked to on Twitter last week

We interrupt our regularly scheduled link-fest for a brief celebration of how much the geoblogosphere – and our readers – rock. At the end of Earth Science week, we can only look in awe at the generosity and commitment of … Continue reading

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