I traveled to New Zealand this February (2017) and was lucky to have fantastic weather in Aoraki / Mt Cook National Park. Tasman Glacier is the biggest glacier in New […]
Scientists and artists require a lot of the same skills – work with different materials, be able to work independently and with others, be able to communicate your thoughts to […]
You know that feeling that you get when you see a really good old friend you haven’t seen for a long time? You can’t help but feel excited and smile […]
…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 handed out 3 laser pointers to 3 of my students in class, I said, “Trace the moraine with your laser”. Nothing happened. Blank stares. Nervous tension in the air. […]
Glaciers come in many shapes and size, but let’s focus on mountain/valley glaciers. Mountain glacier lengths can vary from 1 kilometer to 100s of kilometers and their thickness can be […]
Here is a time lapse video of the Fox Glacier in New Zealand, you can see the forward motion of the ice (glacial ice always flows down hill) and the […]