With the end of the year upon us, we are proud to announce the winners of the 2016 field photo contest hosted by TravelingGeologist. We had nearly 1500 photos submitted to the contest. These were judged by the TravelingGeologist editorial board and we’ve narrowed it down to the seven best photos. The second place winners […]
Sandie Will is the Manager of the Geohydrologic Data Section within the Data Collection Bureau at Southwest Florida Water Management District. She has been a hydrogeologist for almost 20 years and is licensed by the State of Florida. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of South Florida and Master of Science […]
Brandon Alessio is a PhD student at the University of Adelaide. His project utilities an array of methods to better understand the tectonic geography of central Africa during the Neoproterozoic. His favorite mineral is Yoderite.
Tanya is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Lausanne in Switzerland. Originally from New Zealand, Tanya loves being in the mountains and solving geologic problems with mass spectrometry. You can read more about her research here.
Erik is currently a graduate-student in the Earth, Structure and Dynamics Masters program at Utrecht University trying to combine geology and geodynamics. Currently working on his graduation thesis at the paleomagnetic lab Fort Hoofddijk. The Panthalassa ocean, surrounding Pangea, must have been underlain by multiple plates which, at present, have mostly been lost to subduction. […]