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 […]
I just wanted to share this website for you all to see: http://www.scottishgeology.com/best-places/ and so I can remember it if I plan a course trip to Scotland someday!
Students: Good luck Teachers: Good luck Here’s an inspirational close-up photo of some lichen to help you through these first few exciting days! As a way to break the ice, […]
Glacially molded bedrock and striations? Me too.
The glaciology community lost a great scientists this week and even those of us who were not close to Gordon are reevaluating the risks associated with fieldwork. There are places […]
It is very dangerous riding in a car with a Geologist driver. Their attention is not always 100% on the road. Birders are also notoriously distracted drivers. So perhaps a […]
When most people think of Yellowstone National Park, they think of wildlife and geysers, which is fair enough. But in many places around the park, you will see remnants of […]