London’s Festival of Geology 2015

The capital of England might not seem as geologically significant as the Grand Canyon due to their urban infrastructure, but with all the geological walks put together by the University College London (UCL) and all the geodiversity protection organizations, it shows that “London has a very rich and varied geology in the built environment, allowing […]

New England Orocline with Uri Shaanan

Impressive rock exposures and magnificent landscape in your study area are nice but having them reveal unique regional tectonic events is exciting and worth working hard for (Fig. 1). The easternmost part of the Australian continent consists of a Late Palaeozoic to Early Mesozoic orogenic belt that is tightly curved into an omega shaped oroclinal […]