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13 October 2010

Lola, the cartoonist's companion

It’s been a while since I’ve posted any photos of my supremely helpful cat Lola on the blog, so here you go: Lola loves to sit on paper, so when I break out the sketchbook to start working on my monthly cartoon for EARTH magazine, she sidles right up and stakes a claim. Fortunately, I was able to continue working in this case, as she wasn’t perched on the “active …

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The word is out…

Others have started announcing our move to a new blog consortium hosted by the American Geophysical Union, so I suppose I will go ahead and reveal that I, too, am part of this scientific cabal… Sometime before the end of the month, Mountain Beltway and six other top-notch earth and space science blogs will relocate to AGU servers and a new URL. I’ll leave directions here for folks to follow…

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Photos from Virginia Geological Field Conference

For the second year in a row, more exotic travel plans meant that I wasn’t able to attend the superb Virginia Geological Field Conference. I see that they have now posted some photos on the group’s Facebook page, so go check them out to see what we both missed last weekend. Here’s a taste: Sheared meta-conglomerate: Metamorphosed mantle (?) xenoliths:

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