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 […]
Ayla Pamukcu is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Brown University. As a volcanic petrologist, she is a wide array of tools to investigate how, when, where, and why volcanic eruptions occur with particular interest in supereruptions. You can read more about her research here. I study volcanoes, but I haven’t seen too many live ones. […]