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The Volcanism Blog – one year old today 5 December 2008

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The Volcanism Blog is one year old today.

The Volcanism Blog is one year old today. Since 5 December 2007 we have published 502 posts (including this one) and accumulated more than 195,000 unique visits.

Thanks to all who have visited, read, commented, linked, and contributed information and images over the last year, and to those who have kept in touch, offered criticism and advice, said encouraging and nice things, and otherwise been supportive.

Onward and upward, into another year’s volcanic blogging.

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Interlude: enter the geocats 4 February 2008

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This post by Callan Bentley at NOVA Geoblog gave me a strong sense of deja vu. He shows his cat Lola acquainting herself with the geology of Maryland, and here’s my own Lady Bracknell engaging with the solid geology of the United Kingdom (south sheet).

...just sits on Wales...

Callan Bentley notes that Lola at least tries to align herself with the prevailing geological trends. Her Ladyship, by contrast, just sits on Wales.

More geocats here at Harmonic Tremors, delightfully named after faults. Which one’s Liquiñe-Ofqui?

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