A contrast of field work in Tibet and Patagonia with Devon Orme

Devon Orme is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Stanford University. Her research focuses on sedimentary basins and the tectono-thermal history of orogenic systems. You can find out more about her at https://devonorme.com. As with many geologists, fieldwork is where my passion for studying Earth developed. In an undergraduate field methods course in the mountains of Big Sur, California, […]

Reflections on Tibet with Jess Kapp

Jess Kapp is a senior lecturer and the associate department head in the department of geosciences at the University of Arizona.  In addition to teaching geology, she writes fiction and non fiction, and is currently finishing a memoir about her high altitude field adventures in Tibet.  You can find her at http://jesskapp.com, on Twitter @jess_kapp, […]

Lopu Range, Tibet with Andrew Laskowski

Andrew K Laskowski is a PhD Candidate, Department of Geosciences, University of Arizona working with Prof. Paul Kapp. You can read more about his research here. I moved to Tucson, AZ in fall, 2010 to begin my graduate study in Geology at the University of Arizona. I had always been fascinated with Himalayan-Tibetan tectonics, and I […]