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A blog about sedimentary geoscience.
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Posts from the ‘rivers’ Category
July 4, 2010
Sea-Floor Sunday #66: Mississippi submarine fan
June 23, 2010
Rapid canyon formation and uniformitarianism
April 16, 2010
‘Extreme’ sedimentation event associated with Icelandic volcanic eruption
March 27, 2010
What am I working on right now?
March 26, 2010
Friday Field Foto #106: Wave-dominated river mouth on Californian coast
February 1, 2010
Anthropogenic avulsion in the Huang He (Yellow River) delta
January 27, 2010
Sand: The Neverending Story — a book review
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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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new paper with ROV multibeam bathymetry of active lobe of Congo submarine fan (~5000 m water depth)
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