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The start of a complicated – but exciting – summer

With family on both sides of the Atlantic, the Allochthonous family always faces the prospect of a complicated summer, but this year we decided that we needed an additional science leg in the Pacific North West, and that we need … Continue reading

Categories: academic life, bloggery, by Anne, photos

And the ScienceSeeker Award for best physics, astronomy, or earth science post goes to…

…me, apparently. Even though I didn’t know I’d been nominated until I was notified on Twitter: Congrats to @Allochthonous for “Best Physics, Astronomy, or Earth Science Post”: May 14, 2013 10:24 am via webReplyRetweetFavorite @SciSeeker ScienceSeeker Check out the … Continue reading

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Re-reflection seismology: an interview with Dana Hunter

Many moons ago, I was pleased to discover that one of my posts had been selected for inclusion in the latest iteration of the OpenLab anthology of online science writing. Also included from the Geoblogosphere was one of its most … Continue reading

Categories: bloggery, geology, public science

2012: A Year of Moving Adventures

As another year draws to close (and without the Apocalypse that no-one sensible was expecting) we take a moment to reflect on what has been a busy and exciting year for Anne and Chris. The year started off with lots … Continue reading

Categories: academic life, bloggery, photos

Terrane Accretion: the end of Chris’s postdoc odyssey

Almost six years ago, I left the lab in Southampton where I had studied for my PhD on a quest to stay in academia and get paid to do interesting science. Thus began a period of my life which can … Continue reading

Categories: academic life, bloggery