4 May 2008
Jessica Ball is a graduate student in the Department of Geology at State University of New York at Buffalo, where she is learning how to safely and productively play with very hot rocks. Her PhD research focuses on the interaction of water and lava domes, and involves both field investigations and modeling applications. Her blogging covers a range of topics, from life as a grad student to geoscience outreach to (of course!) her field and lab work in volcanology.
Other AGU Blogs
- Shawn on Hooper Garnet Mine
- Starting off the summer with a bang: More man-made maars - Magma Cum Laude - AGU Blogosphere on Mini maars
- Meisam on My experience as a woman in the geosciences
- norm on End of semester update
- End of semester update - Magma Cum Laude - AGU Blogosphere on A foray into teaching – and a request for advice!
25 May 2013
@eruptionsblog If it was fishy, wouldn't we call it an earthquake school?
24 May 2013
@jrepka Or that the justification might involve the Sinclair gas sign?
24 May 2013
@seismogenic Is it bad that I tried to sing your tweet to the tune of "Supercalafragilisticexpialidocious?"
23 May 2013
Magma Cum Laude: Starting off the summer with a bang: More man-made maars http://t.co/G5eas5V12a
22 May 2013
RT @UBScience: Going to meet with Chris Lowry in UB's geology department to talk about his CrowdHydrology project: http://t.co/dPwO8mHvOB #…