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A blog about sedimentary geoscience.
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Posts from the ‘data visualization’ Category
January 10, 2013
Creating Data Plots with R
July 19, 2009
Sea-Floor Sunday #51: Animation of Lau backarc basin with subsurface tomographic images
May 2, 2009
Sea-Floor Sunday #46: Chesapeake Bay
April 19, 2009
Sea-Floor Sunday #45: Video animation fly-through of Mariana Trench
March 29, 2009
Sea-Floor Sunday #43: Regional context for Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcano
March 20, 2009
Friday Field Foto #79: Shazam!
January 18, 2009
Sea-Floor Sunday #39: Improved bathymetry data in Google Earth!
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I am a sedimentary geoscientist and
assistant professor at Virginia Tech
. I use this blog to share photos from the field and occasionally write about interesting research in Earth surface dynamics and related fields.
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perfect timing from @
— I’m set to talk about quartz (grains and overgrowths) in my Sed Basins course th…
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you should consider doing this if you want scientific ocean drilling experience — looks like an awesome expedition
1 day ago
yea, I find it works better in smaller settings (e.g., my grad course has only 5 students) — but works okay in class of ~30 too. --
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