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2010-07-14 10:56
Further update: Highly Allochthonous is now found at:http://all-geo.org/highlyallochthonous. I am beginning to theorise that this is a cast iron example of nominative determinism.When I star… Read More
2008-11-02 10:16
The latest from LusiIn May 2006, an exploratory gas well being drilled in eastern Java hit a limestone aquifer. Because the lower part of the well had not yet been ‘cased’ - seal… Read More
2007-02-27 14:58
This morning, armed with my contract and my passport, I set out to register at my new academic home. I was told that I needed to go the International Office, which proved to be the starting… Read More
2007-02-22 19:38
The last week or so has been... intense. The speed at which moving to another country went from a theoretical possibility to imminent reality caught me completely unawares, and I suddenly ha… Read More
2007-02-15 23:26
Other people may have received cards telling them how wonderful they were yesterday – but not me. Instead, I got a nice long e-mail from JGR regarding two papers I submitted way back i… Read More
2007-02-13 03:28
I suppose as a geologist I should feel angry and aggrieved about this newly minted PhD student:…Dr. Ross is hardly a conventional paleontologist. He is a “young earth creationis… Read More
2007-02-10 18:36
From the Berkeley Geological Association blog (with some snipping): Geolympics is the ultimate in field geologist competition. This yearly event should put to the test all the field practice… Read More
2007-02-09 18:17
You might have noticed that things fell silent here only two days into my promised seven-day epic. As it has turned out, the reasons I prevaricated about signing up to the Just Science chall… Read More

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