Till – sediment derived from the erosion, transport, and deposition of glacier. Unsorted to poorly sorted in terms of grain size (includes clay, silt, sand, gravel, boulders, all sizes). Clasts […]
If you have been fortunate enough to have played near a stream in your life, you have an intuitive sense of how water flows through a channel. Friction slows water […]
I have heard that scientists are good at finding problems and asking good questions to test hypotheses. Some science experiments are more related to finding cures than others, but most […]
I had the pleasure of meeting Joel Clement, climate expert and former director of the Office of Policy Analysis at the Dept. of the Interior, this week to hear him […]
People have a lot of great questions about climate change. Here are some comments and questions from people who are curious about climate change and our role in it. There […]
The forensics of past glaciers: Are there huge boulders that couldn’t be moved by the wind or rivers? Are there little hills and ridges made of rocks, dirt, sediment? Can […]
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