We’ve heard it before. It’s a number that is constantly growing. We use the equivalent of 2.5 Earth’s resources to… Read more Mining Our Way Out of Climate Change
The promise and potential of a blank new notebook and its crisp pages is exciting; beckoning brainstorming, creativity, and the… Read more Secrets from a Sketchy Notebook
With just 5 days left in Ireland, I’m reflecting on the Museum Building that has been my home for a… Read more An Irish Field Diary
Research in my lab uses information on fossil morphology to address a variety of evolutionary and geological questions. We’re interested… Read more Lament for the Passing of Trilobites
Ngatoro-i-rangi, the chief tohunga (priest) of the Arawa people and great navigator of the Te Arawa canoe, came to Aotearoa… Read more The Dormant Danger Deep in Lake Taupo
Human evolution is linked to our ability for adaptation, ingenuity, and maybe taste for using and abusing our living environment.… Read more The Evolution of Natural Resources
Human society has always been intrigued by the physical abnormalities of their peers. In the nineteenth century, ‘freak shows’ were… Read more A Fossil Freak Show
Over the last 10 years, few environmental topics have generated the level of controversy associated with the emergence of fracking.… Read more What The Frack?