Category Archives: geology

28-ish days of #sciwrite are over, but we’ve got momentum

We blew past our final check in for the 28-day, February edition of #sciwrite, but that’s because we’ve got some momentum going and didn’t want to say stop. 28. 33. It’s within the margin of error of a month, right? … Continue reading

Categories: geology

Final throes of 28 days of #sciwrite

Last week we intrepid #sciwriters seemed to be feeling a bit discouraged by lack of progress, but hopefully this week is looking a bit better. It could be that, come Saturday, we decided to put off writing this check-in post … Continue reading

Categories: geology

28 days of #sciwrite: Half way there?

As we check in with our heroes half way through their monthlong writing adventure, we ask them whether the half-way mark for the month means they are half-way through their writing goals. Anne says: Ha! Ha ha ha hahahahaha‚Ķ No, … Continue reading

Categories: geology

A real-life geological map, no colouring in required

There’s much more to geological mapping than colouring in, but a big part of the process of reconstructing the geological history of an area is spending a lot of time examining the exposed rocks to work out how to distinguish … Continue reading

Categories: geology, structures

Highly Allochthonous’s 2013 adventures

With a few hours of the year to spare in our current time zone, here’s a quick look back at some of the places your Highly Allochthonous bloggers have found themselves in the last 12 months. We started the year … Continue reading

Categories: Antarctica, geology, photos