Category Archives: by Anne

One year ago today: landfall on the Antarctic Peninsula proper, more penguins, and an avalanche!

23rd December, known by GeoKid “the day before Christmas Eve”, saw our first stop on the mainland of the Antarctic Peninsula and on nearby Cuverville Island. Both Anne and Chris got snowy hikes in that day, so our entry will … Continue reading

Categories: Antarctica, by Anne, ice and glaciers, photos

One year ago today: Into the icy Weddell Sea and Antarctic Sound

One year ago today was a day of icy splendor, with plenty of penguins too. We’ve already shown you some of our photos from this portion of the trip, in our explainer on ice in a multitude of forms. Here’s … Continue reading

Categories: Antarctica, by Anne, ice and glaciers, volcanoes

Environmental Earth Science in the News Roundup #6

As the semester winds down, the relevance of Environmental Earth Science to topics in the news keeps going strong. Thanks to the students for finding these great connections. Continue reading

Categories: by Anne, environment, society, teaching

Water Infrastructure and Rebounding Cities: Notes from the 2nd Annual Kent State Water Symposium

A synopsis of the day at Kent State University’s 2014 Water Symposium, October 31st. This second annual event features a mix of Kent State and national speakers targeting water issues of importance to our region and beyond. Continue reading

Categories: by Anne, conferences, environment, hydrology, society

Sunday dispatches from GSA: Vancouver

View the story “GSA Day 1″ on Storify

Categories: academic life, by Anne, conferences, earthquakes, geology