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RT @CPPGeophysics: For those who prefer a bigger picture seismicity map of region of today's M6.6 Vancouver Island quake
RT @earthoutreach: Apply now for the 'Geo for Higher Ed' 2014 Summit, a Google mapping workshop for instructors & researchers, Aug 11-13
RT @utahgeological: Landslide warning tech at @kennecottutah saved lives last year. Are more systems needed? Great read from @DNews
RT @subglacial: #Askja's hidden geeky delights - piles of pillows, breccias, and palagonite. @AlisonGraetting
RT @amandacolosimo: This Milankovitch Cycle clip also entertaining, more correct, and featuring the amazing Richard Alley
RT @clasticdetritus: sedimentary geologist Liz Hajek's (Penn State) talk at a TEDx event on river avulsion dynamics
RT @lavabombs: Take a virtual field trip to Kilauea Volcano via Google Glass!
RT @utahgeological: Earth has made awesome stuff for us for a long time; like this iron concretion #EarthDay #POTD
RT @davidmpyle: Cool early film by Ray J Baker of the activity of Kilauea #Volcano, Hawaii, in the early 1920's
RT @davidmpyle: Cool early film by Ray J Baker of the activity of Kilauea #Volcano, Hawaii, in the early 1920's
RT @geotripper: Where are the 10 most incredible places you have ever stood? In a new blog series, I'm going to compile my list
RT @ArchesNPS: Sunday morning renewal: sunrise at La Sal Mountains Viewpoint. (kt)
RT @amandacolosimo: Sauk Transgression! RT @ObservingSpace Some sedimentary layers of the Grand Canyon:#cosmos #geology
Unless you count Twitter. RT @callanbentley: "What Mexico has, California is lacking" - an earthquake warning system
RT @CPPGeophysics: Updated seismicity map for Solomon Islands region, includes four M7+ quakes in last week
RT @AlessAmato: There are strong differences btwn Japan and Mexican subduction: one is max depth of seismicity
RT @lavabombs: Modelling deadly pyroclastic flows w/ baby powder & lasers to understand them better: AWESOME.
RT @CPPGeophysics: Cross-section through seismicity in Guerrero: flat slab, shallow interface thrust events & deeper intraplate quakes
RT @JacquelynGill: Polynya. Gyttja. Karst. Gruss. Firn. Loess. Tarn. Graupel. Drumlin. Erg. I love earth science words.
RT @TTremblingEarth: Tho we're distracted by Mexico, this awesome set of photo #mashups commemorates the 1906 quake by putting it today.
RT @DisasterChannL: MT @JeanSuriel #Earthquake of M7.5, in #Guerrero, #México left the Acapulco / Zihuatanejo highway in this condition.
RT @DrLucyJones: Strongest shaking in Mexico's M7.2 #earthquake today was Intensity VII. Same as the strongest shaking in La Habra EQ. Proximity matters.
RT @CPPGeophysics: Historical seismicity map of area of today's Guerrero M7.2 quake
RT @alexaguiarpoa: @eruptionsblog Early warning system for earthquake in action today in México City. It worked well.
RT @aboutgeology: Imagine if we had such a thing in our country. RT @RodrigoEBR: We got a 60-seconds warning here in Mexico City
RT @AlessAmato: Il #terremoto di oggi in Mexico (M7.5) non sembra avere riempito il noto "gap sismico di Guerrero" lungo circa 100 km
Geotweeps: Has anyone compiled a list of geologists using UAVs/drones for geological research or teaching? If not, I'd like to start one.
Best of luck!! RT @TMMCC: Q-day! One way or another, I'll be able to start catching up on everything after this afternoon.
RT @subglacial: #Eyjafjallajökull in 2006. 2010 eruption removed the lagoon and the lower glacier. Image by Magnús T Guðmundsson
Me too. MT @callanbentley: @seismogenic I show the felsic/int./mafic cat photo to my students every semester. He will live on in memory. :(
RT @geotripper: There's a whole different world in the cyn downstream of Yosemite Valley. Right now the wildflowers are incredible!
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