I will be hosting a special edition of the geology carnival, The Accretionary Wedge on November 15. The theme is “Geology and Life” or “Between a Rock and a Squishy Face”. This is a themed carnival asking bloggers to dig deep into their souls and write about how geology affects biology or biology affects geology. I want to hear about personal experiences, current research, field work, anything that crosses these seemingly disparate but all too entwined disciplines that I hold dear to my own heart. I am planning a special post for its occasion as well.
So, not so much ‘Life on Earth’ as ‘Life and Earth’. I’m sure palaeontologists like Brian and Julia will be relishing the opportunity to tell us why they think fossils are so much more interesting than the rocks they’re found in; but hopefully some of the more squishy-thing-inclined around here will also be tempted to contribute. Check out the bottom of this post for instructions on how to contribute.