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 and follow him on Twitter @remotelongitude In the light of the massive, 6000 km2 sized iceberg – A-68 – that broke off the Antarctic Peninsulas Larsen C ice shelf in July, should we worry […]
Anouk Beniest is a PhD candidate at the University Pierre et Marie Curie in Paris, France. She works on continental rifting and break-up processes, with a focus on the South Atlantic domain. She got the chance to join a scientific cruise in the Indian Ocean on a German research vessel, ‘Sonne’, for the acquisition of […]
Jani Radebaugh is a professor of planetary science at Brigham Young University. After completing her PhD at the University of Arizona working with images of Jupiter’s moon Io from the Galileo spacecraft, she has been researching Saturn’s moon Titan using images from the Cassini-Huygens spacecraft and lander. What follows are Jani’s day-by-day thoughts as the […]
Jamie Cutts is a Ph.D. candidate in Geological Sciences in the Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences at the University of British Columbia and is doing research at the Pacific Centre for Isotopic and Geochemical Research (PCIGR). You can read about his research on his department profile or follow him on twitter @JamieCutts_Geo. My research […]
Bo Yang is a PhD student at the University of Adelaide working with Prof. Alan Collins. His project utilities geochronological methods to rebuild the tectonic geography of the Great McArthur Basin. Read more about Bo’s research here.