Jack Lacey is a PhD student within the Centre for Environmental Geochemistry and in this first blog for Travelling Geologist he tells us about the Lake Ohrid SCOPSCO project and drilling through over a million years of Mediterranean history. Lake Ohrid is one of the world’s oldest lakes and is renowned for its high degree […]
Mike is a Professor at Oxford University and has been working along the Alpine-Himalaya mountain chain for the past thirty years. You can read more about his work here. I had been trying to get permission from the Burmese authorities to travel to Mogok in the northern Shan state and the Jade mines of northern Kachin state […]
Sam is a PhD student at the Camborne School of Mines, University of Exeter. You can find his research profile here and follow him on twitter @s_broom_fendley.
Today at the British Geological Survey, a group of Earth scientists have gathered to discuss the evidence for irreversible anthropogenic change in the Earth system with specific focus on the nitrogen cycle. The idea that humans have the power to permanently change the planet on a geologic timescale is one that has a wide array of […]
Exploring Mount Doonerak of the Brooks Range, Alaska