Continuing with the blogging of interesting links I tweeted on Twitter this week - as per last week, with oldest at the top, youngest at the bottom (ineverse geological order):
New blogpost "Geology and wine Sunday" (via @mihaela4021)
Protect yourself & Oregon schoolkids from zombie attacks - with rock hammers! (via @stressrelated)
Where's your laptop come from? Everywhere, basically. (via @stressrelated, @justarikia, & @wired)
That being said, the leading copper producing country is not China. Top 5 in order: Chile, U.S., Peru, China, Australia.
"There shouldn't be any impacts." ha! Discovery of new cave critters may jeopardize Vegas water grab. (via @highcountrynews)
USGS has an opening for an Economic Geologist (Research) in their Anchorage, Alaska office.
Geologist postition with CEMEX in Sacramento for recent graduate. Search: California; click: Geologist.
Two tenure track geology positions available at UNR (NBMG) in Econ Geol, Structural Geol, Tectonics, Geol Hazards, et al.
Two Deadly Quakes: Is Earth Unusually Active? [No.] (via @BoreholeGroup)
Have you donated to the Geobloggers' DonorsChoose challenge? Help kids learn really cool science. (via @Allochthonous)
How to clean up a broken fluorescent light bulb or other mercury spill. (via @mcmoots h/t @EPAregion9)
The Impact of Nature Experience on Willingness to Support Conservation. (via @BoraZ)
Gold prices hit a record high today [6 Oct 09] at $1,039.70 an ounce. (via @rgj)
Vanuatu earthquake/tsunami summary plus links and background. (via @aboutgeology)
Even the Camels Are Dying. RT @dotearth
Three magnitude 7's in one day - at Shaking Earth.
Forecast now for only moderate El Nino, temps plateaued. (via @jfleck)
Article about age of Earth's magnetic field indicates that it may be older than earlier estimates. (via @BoreholeGroup)
Find a Native Plant Society in your area of the country. (via @mactavish, @CNPS_org, and @PineLilyFNPS)
Did you know that GSA is on Facebook? (via @geosociety)
Some photos from the field, OR and WA - at Pools and Riffles.
Geoblogger's pow-wow in Portland - at NOVA Geoblog.
Geotagged photo album of Walker River / Lake map area. Open it in GE for fun. (via @drjerque)
And a few links not strictly geoscience or science related:
Dilbert and Wally recommend Twitter to the boss. (via @mike_elgan)