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A blog about sedimentary geoscience.
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Posts from the ‘pseudo-science’ Category
April 17, 2009
Should geoscientists spend time making Wikipedia articles better?
November 14, 2008
Subduction Denialism, Part 3: Sedimentation in the Cascadia subduction zone
October 8, 2008
Should blogging scientists engage pseudo-/anti-science cranks?
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.
How to Correspond with Potential Graduate School Advisers
Playground example of gravity-driven deformation
1960s Video Explaining Longshore Sediment Transport in Southern California
Submarine ROV Captures Turbidity Current on Video
Debris basins and signals in sedimentary landscapes
Ken Howarth on
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Impact factors for sedimentary…
Deep Web Links
Submarine ROV Captures Turbidi…
The media’s anthropomorp…
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