Some blogging housekeeping
I’ve been pretty bad lately with keeping up new geoscience-related blogs out there. I’ve updated my list at right (under ‘Geoscience Blogs’) with many that I’ve had in my feed but forgot to put in my blogroll.
There are also a few blogs that are new to me that you may or may not have seen yet:
Adventures in the World of Geology — a relatively new blog written by a geophysics grad student.
Crystallizations — another grad student blog, this one by a volcanologist specializing in magma mixing and crystal size distribution.
Volcanista: a magmalicious blog — a very new (Oct 2008) blog that discusses volcanology, geochemistry, academia, and a variety of social justice issues.
UPDATE2: I found another … NOLÖGIC … check it out.
I’ve also updated by ‘Paleo Blogs’ list and have created a separate RSS feed for those blogs just below the ‘Geoblogospheric Circulation’ feed. I’m sure my paleo blog list is not very complete … so feel free to let me know of others in the comments below.
I realize that the paleo-oriented blogs often have a lot of overlap with the geo blogs, but there are so many science blogs (which is great!) that I think that the benefits of a bit of categorization outweighs the negatives.
Last but not least … I’ve finally updated the link for Deep Sea News in my blogroll as well as in my GoogleReader feed (they moved from scienceblogs.com over to Discovery News a couple months ago … sorry guys).