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31 December 2015

2015 through a geologist’s eyes

It’s the last day of my eighth year of blogging. I’ve had a pretty amazing year, and though I haven’t gotten to writing about every bit of it, I’ve amassed some great photos of my travels. So here are a few things you’ve already seen, and a preview of a few things yet to come!


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12 December 2009

A year of traveling…and not traveling

I saw this over at Sciencewomen, and I thought it would be a good way to recap what I’ve done this year.  January: NOVA & Washington D.C. February: Stayed in Buffalo… March: Guatemala!! April: Florida May: Utah, Toronto June: Italy, Utah again July: More Utah! August: More Virginia September: Niagara Falls October: Portland November: Ellicottville & Little Rock City, NY December: Almost home again…


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1 January 2008

Happy New Year!

Resolutions for geologists is the theme of the day. My personal resolutions usually tend toward the usual – get in better shape, finish working on some project I’ve been letting languish on my desk, acquire a totally gorgeous boyfriend who can appreciate the wonders of a really great outcrop of columnar basalt… (Okay, that one I made up, although it would certainly be nice.) But this time I thought I’d …


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