Callan Bentley is Associate Professor of Geology at Piedmont Virginia Community College in Charlottesville, Virginia. He is a Fellow of the Geological Society of America. For his work on this blog, the National Association of Geoscience Teachers recognized him with the James Shea Award. He has also won the Outstanding Faculty Award from the State Council on Higher Education in Virginia, and the Biggs Award for Excellence in Geoscience Teaching from the Geoscience Education Division of the Geological Society of America. In previous years, Callan served as a contributing editor at EARTH magazine, President of the Geological Society of Washington and President the Geo2YC division of NAGT.
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Oh, Callan, I fear you’ll start a stack of field notebooks war. I hope it’ll be peaceful. 🙂
You should have been home. You missed the earthquake near Rockville, MD this morning.
I heard about the Germantown quake… Cool stuff! On the other hand, camping in the Tetons ain’t half bad either. Did you all notice how the notebooks are stacked in strict superposition sequence? Nice coincidence…
Yes, but in each notebook, I think the oldest notes are on top (if the notebook fronts are upward). You may have to turn them over.