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A Few Things Ill Considered
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About.com Geology
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Accidental Remediation
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Adventure Tectonics
Promoting an understanding of Earth Science through hands on experience
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Adventures in Geology
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Agile*
Subsurface science in oil and gas: geology, geophysics, petrophysics, reservoir engineering. Occasionally off-topic.
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AGU Blogosphere | GeoEd Trek
Part of the American Geophysical Union (AGU)'s Blogosphere, GeoEd Trek focuses on geoscience education/outreach and technology tools in the classroom, online, and in the field. Postings will occasionally address undergraduate research and science communication. The blog is run by Laura Guertin (Earth Science, Penn State Brandywine).
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All of My Faults are Stress Related
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An Atom's-Eye View of the Planet
Simon Redfern is a mineral physicist at the University of Cambridge, where he works on applying an understanding of the properties of Earth materials at the atomic scale to a wide range of problems across Earth’s history, on global scale. He observes that understanding interactions across length scales and time scales yields helpful insights into how our planet works. Here, he reflects on these interactions: who knows what emergent phenomena may result?
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Ancient Shore
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Andy Russell's Blog
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Ann's Musings on Geology
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Arizona Geology
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Arrowsmith Blog
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AtmosNews: Perspective
Putting current weather and climate events in context and sharing perspectives from across the weather, climate, and Earth system science community.
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Between a Rock and a Hard Place
Between a rock and a hard blog is the brainchild of Elspeth Robertson and Charly Stamper, wannabe members of the science twitterati and PhD students in the School of Earth Sciences, University of Bristol, UK. After two years of confining their idle PhD and science-related chat to the common room, they decided to unleash their musings to the world. Now joined by several other students in the department, the blog focuses on their PhD experiences during our first footholds in academia. They also love to ramble on about general Earth Science topics that pique our interest.
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Bob Jamieson
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Chaotically Flow-banded
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Chinleana
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Class M
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Climate Lab Book
Experimenting in open climate science
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Corner of the Cabinet
Corner of the Cabinet is a blog for enthusiasts of natural history (the Naturalists); those people who have an enthusiastic curiosity when it comes to the natural world and who obsess over the “Why’s” and the “How’s” as they pick through every last little corner of the museum cabinets.
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Cosmic landscape
Science that's making waves from COSMOS deputy editor Heather Catchpole.
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Crikey Creek
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Cryology and co
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Dan's Wild Wild Science Journal
Dan is the chief meteorologist for the CBS affiliate in Huntsville AL. He writes on all aspects of Earth science with an emphasis on weather and climate.
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Dave Hone's Archosaur Musings
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Deltoid
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Dinochick Blogs
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Down To Earth
A day in the life of Soil Science
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