June 3, 2011
Vote for Me in the 3 Quarks Daily Science Blogging Contest
Posted by Evelyn Mervine
The nominations are in for the 3 Quarks Daily Science Blogging Contest. Now, the general public can vote for which blog posts they like best. The top twenty posts with the most votes will go on to the next round of judging.
If you like this blog or like ophiolites or like me, please go vote for my entry “Georneys: Geology Word of the Week: O is for Ophiolite.” You can vote in the 3 Quarks Daily Science Blogging Contest here. I’m not sure if my post has a chance of winning, but it would be sweet to make it through the voting round to the semi-finals.
If for some reason you don’t like ophiolites (though I don’t know who doesn’t just love ophiolites), I’d also recommend voting for the posts “Highly Allochthonous: Levees and the Illusion of Flood Control” and “Lounge of the Lab Lemming: Dear Hypothesis” as these are two of my favorite recent posts from the geoblogosphere.
Happy voting! I’m spending the evening on the mass spectrometer, but I’ll post the next geology word of the week this weekend.
I can't just put in your whole blog? Or all the excellent coverage you did on the Fukishima plant and earthquakes in general?
Awww… thanks, Larian. Alas, the nominations are now closed, so you can only vote for the ophiolite post :).