3 June 2014
It’s been a while since I’ve shared some of the work of our GigaPan making team. We’re gearing up for our NSF-funded summer GigaPan generating session, so it’s worth taking a look back at some of the highlights from the last couple of months of work…
See if you can find (a) evidence of pressure solution, (b) a thrust fault, (c) red beds, (d) a cross-section of a trilobite shell, (e) pink pumice, (f) ice stalagmites, (g) a cross-sectioned ooid, and (i) some reverse cross-bedding.
This summer, my work (and that of three of my students) on the GigaPan project is supported by the GEODE grant we got from NSF (DUE 1323419). Click here to learn more and see what our collaborators are up to: