Yes, yes, I know most of you have probably read these already, but these selections will be new to some of you, and that's all the excuse I need.
Brian Romans wrote up the geology of Point Reyes National Seashore, complete with lovely pictures. And for those who can never get enough pictures of sedimentary structure, he's got you covered.
Silver Fox has ancient seashores and a delicious dike from Oregon for ye. You know you want 'em!
Chris Rowan discusses the fault that made a mountain range, and his co-blogger Anne Jefferson takes on intolerable heat. Definitely using Anne's Intolerable Heat Index next summer!
Speaking of the Tetons, Callan Bentley shows us how to calculate offset on the fault. Pay close attention to the Post-Its. If math textbooks had been drawn up that way, I might be better at math today.
Do you love geology and horses? Visit Dan McShane for a little bit of both.
Erik Klemetti discusses the detection of volcanism on extrasolar planets.
And this is just a small sampling of all the geoblogospheric goodness. More to come. Enjoy!