January 2, 2013
Firstly, my apologies for the recent lack of my regular posting, such as the Geology Word of the Week. For the past couple of weeks, Georneys has been quiet because my blog was experiencing some technical difficulties. I was unable to upload any pictures because my blog had reached its allocated server space. I guess I’ve just been posting so many great geology pictures! A few Monday Geology Picture posts did appear because I had scheduled those as autoposts. Due to the holidays, it took a little while to sort out my blog, but Georneys should be up and running as usual now.
Secondly, I want to let my readers know that there will be a slightly change in the posts for Georneys over the next several weeks. I am going to put the Geology Word of the Week on hold (again) as I have some other blogging to catch up on. I have several articles to post relating to interviews that I conducted during the LASI V workshop back in October 2012, and I also plan to write some about the wonderful LASI V field trip to South Africa’s Karoo region. I will also be posting some articles about my trip in June 2012 to visit Dr. Ken Glennie, a well-known sedimentologist and petroleum geologist. Last but not least, I will be devoting some time to working on a couple of research manuscripts that are underway. Combined with my day job, I imagine I will be quite busy! The Monday Geology Picture posts will appear as usual.
I hope that you will enjoy the slight change in the programming here on Georneys. Never fear– once I’ve caught up on some of my other posts, the Geology Word of the Week shall return.