AW#58: Signs

July’s impromptu Accretionary Wedge is Signs! (geological or geographical). Obviously I’m going geological. Enjoy a photo from the Catskills trip previously featured in the Field Stories Wedge. This photo is from later the same day, as the group discussed structural interpretations of a roadcut just out of frame. Although you can’t see it, you should believe […]

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AW#57: Seeing geology everywhere

“Do you see geology in unexpected places? Do you often find yourself viewing the world through geology-tinted glasses? Do you have any adorable cat pictures that could be used to illustrate geology?” –Evelyn, Accretionary Wedge #57 call for posts All liquids spilled on a work desk are naturally drawn to electronics and important papers. No […]

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AW#45: Geological Pilgrimage

The 45th Accretionary Wedge is hosted by the life as a geologist blog, which asks us to share “the sacred geological place that you must visit at least once in your lifetime…a single place, which is ‘geologically’ unique, relatively remote, and requires some difficulty to get to”. Now, pardon me while I take some liberties […]

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