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It’s natural to assume that geologists as a breed, are of good stock. They are hale, hearty, don’t mind a… Read more Top 5 Volcanic Lairs for Evil Geologists
I really do not have much to tell about its history, but the following ramble may include something of interest…… Read more Geology’s Table
The Trinity Geological Museum as a Microcosm of Nineteenth Century Thought Before the 1800s, there were few educational spaces dedicated… Read more Churches of Science
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
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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