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A blog about sedimentary geoscience.
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Posts from the ‘science blogs’ Category
July 21, 2010
The evolving role of the geoscience blogosphere
June 2, 2010
Will building sand berms in Gulf of Mexico reduce amount of oil reaching coast?
May 26, 2010
Wednesday potpourri of the geoblogosphere
December 16, 2009
AGU 2009 blogging #1 — getting ready
May 21, 2009
Looking for someone to help with The Accretionary Wedge
May 9, 2009
The future of my blogging
April 16, 2009
Q&A with yours truly on The Reef Tank blog
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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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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
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The media’s anthropomorp…
filling out a form from my institution for a grant and it asks “will a new idea be developed?” — my gosh, I hope so, that’s the whole point!. --
9 hours ago
my sister-in-law is an economist and part of this study, proud of her!
13 hours ago
are you guys going to do it live?. --
1 day ago
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