Braving the Drake Passage with Thomas Ronge

Dr. Thomas Ronge is a Marine Geologist currently working for the Alfred Wegener Institute in Bremerhaven, Germany. You can read more about his research here. The Drake Passage and the Antarctic Peninsula are key regions for our climate as well as for it’s past evolution. Propelled by strong, perpetual Southern Westerly Winds, the dominant force in the […]

The Oldest Strand of the South Tibetan Detachment in Nepal with Renaud Soucy La Roche

Renaud Soucy La Roche is a PhD candidate in the department of Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering at Queen’s University. His research focuses on the tectonometamorphic history of the Nepal Himalaya where he studies the forelandmost exposures of a major shear zone responsible for the exhumation of the Himalayan middle crust. Renaud and co. recently […]

TravelingGeologist Survey and Giveaway

Hello everyone! Over the past four years we have received contributions from over 100 earth scientists from around the world. These contributions have been visited over 200,000 times from over 180 countries! To assess how TravelingGeologist can better serve our readers we have put together a short 10 question survey and would appreciate if our readers […]