Let’s say you were on a family trip that lasted generations, with the goal of finding an area plentiful in food and resources. You would have to make difficult decisions, […]
It was announced on Monday the 25th July 2016 that Dr Trevor Chinn has been awarded the Richardson Medal in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the International Glaciological Society […]
Click on any image to enlarge it. I was driving from Bethel, Maine to Gorham, NH on Rt 2 yesterday and could see these striations from across the road while […]
…try to eat them. And when that doesn’t work, bask in their glory, be humbled by their presence, and thank them for not hurting you. There was a short I […]
…in New Zealand. I think the sky is bluer there too. And the sheep are more majestic. It might be time for a visit.
I am learning Spanish so that I might be able to do research in Chile. I fear that I am a long way from being able to explain myself, but […]
The Rwenzori glaciers seem to be a symbol of national pride in Uganda. Below is a summary of a conversation I had with a park ranger: Ranger: I went to […]