Norway is well known for its fjords, narrow seaways that are bounded by steep cliffs dropping from sheer heights into even deeper waters. 80 kilometers north of Norway’s second largest city, Bergen, we find the most impressive fjords of them all – the Sognefjord being the longest and deepest. I am, however, not coming to […]
Mike Darin is a PhD student at Northern Arizona University. He uses a range of geologic techniques to investigate geologic problems involving upper crustal deformation, oblique strain, and plate boundary evolution. You can read more about his research here. His favorite rock is mylonite. My doctoral research at Northern Arizona University involves using both classical and cutting-edge […]
Naomi is a PhD student at the University of Adelaide specialising in metamorphic geology and isotope geochemistry working with Professor Martin Hand. Antarctica is an entrancing place. Her remoteness, elusiveness, natural beauty and unpredictability of the elements is both awe-inspiring and addictive. Visiting the most isolated regions of this continent – the rarest of Antarctic landscapes, […]
TravelingGeologist is expanding our reach to the world of short films about our adventures in the field. Our first instalment of TGTV is from a recent trip that Chris Spencer and Carl Hoiland took to the Japanese Alps. Enjoy!
Eleanore Blereau is nearing the end of her PhD at Curtin University, Australia (expected completion early 2017). Eleanore likes to work on metamorphic rocks, especially interesting and challenging rocks with minerals such as sapphirine and osumilite. She has experience using multidisciplinary data to evaluate the P–T–t evolution of high-grade metamorphic rocks (petrography, SIMS U–Pb, LA-ICP-MS REE, THERMOCALC) from places […]