Category Archives: bloggery

All the blogging from AGU

One thing I’ve been doing in free moments since the end of the AGU Fall Meeting is catching up on what cool science other geobloggers who attended the meeting had unearthed whilst wandering the poster hall and lecture halls. Below … Continue reading

Categories: bloggery, conferences, links

Scenic Halloween Saturday

As the leaves turn and colder nights draw in, let us journey to a mysterious country that holds an even more mysterious glowing orange pit. Halloween is upon us, so could we be looking on a newly-opened gateway to the … Continue reading

Categories: bloggery, photos, volcanoes

Call For Posts, Accretionary Wedge #38: Back to School

‘Tis the season when professors write their syllabi and lead their first classes, when students decide whether to take that elective in geophysics or the one in hydrogeology, and when professional and armchair geologists…well, I don’t know what they do, … Continue reading

Categories: bloggery, by Anne

Anne is a Strange Quark, AKA awesome science writer!

When Anne first started blogging on Highly Allochthonous, I introduced her first post with the words: I let her post this on the condition that she not show me up by being clearly smarter and a better writer than I … Continue reading

Categories: bloggery

A new blog at All-geo: Volcan01010

I’m very pleased to announce a new blog here at All-geo. Volcan01010 is written by volcanologist John Stevenson, a compatriot from my undergraduate days. You might recall his excellent posts during last years’ eruption of Eyjafjallajökull, which provided expert commentary … Continue reading

Categories: bloggery, links, volcanoes