Heather Winslow completed her BA in environmental science at Willamette University followed by a year of post-baccalaureate work at Oregon State University. She’s in her first year of graduate school at the University of Nevada, Reno pursuing her MS in geology. Heather is interested in using geochemistry and igneous petrology to understand the internal plumbing […]
Chris Lambert is a field geologist for the Council for Geosciences. He has worked in several countries throughout Africa. You can read more about Chris’ research here. As a field geologist for the Council for Geoscience (Geological Survey of South Africa) I have been privileged, I guess as many geologists tend to be, at least […]
TravelingGeologist is expanding our reach to the world of short films about our adventures in the field. Our first instalment of TGTV is from a recent trip that Chris Spencer and Carl Hoiland took to the Japanese Alps. Enjoy!
Matthew Nikitczuk is a graduate student at Brock University exploring subsurface microbial activity in hydrovolcanic rocks. You can read more about Matthew’s research here. I find that one of the most interesting applications of geology is in that of planetary science. Of course, the focus of geology itself is to study the planet which we […]
Claudio Scarpati is currently aggregate professor of Physical Volcanology and Volcanology at University of Napoli Federico II (Italy) and a visiting professor of Volcanology at Brigham Young University (USA). Using a series of detailed case studies Professor Scarpati’s research centres around identifying and quantifying the processes involved in explosive volcanism. His main research interests include: evaluation of […]