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- Anne is wading into streams and science education
- No. Whatever it is this time, it really can’t predict earthquakes.
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- I will not be silent any longer about the way women and people of color in science and leadership are treated
- On Anne is wading into streams and science education:
- Scicurious: Thank you SO much for coming on the site!!! It was lovely to have you and people so far have said... Read
- Lab Lemming: We already have incoming surface wave earthquake warning- I heard and felt it in action last time I... Read
- Boris Behncke: One of the most overlooked issues concerning earthquake prediction vs. prevention is that even if... Read
- Lab Lemming: I predict that this fault will rupture within weeks of me injecting high pressure fracking waste... Read
- Carol Jefferson: Thank you for the thoughtful blog, Anne. I am so glad you are out of North Carolina, which is... Read
- Steve Gough: That left a mark, and rightly so. Read
- Origami Isopod: Lab Lemming: “This Bio-freeloader.org guy seriously needs to have his mother... Read
Category Archives: science education
Like all geologists, I’m a great fan of scale bars. Except, it seems, on some of my figures… Continue reading
The undercurrents and unresolved issues at ScienceOnline 2011, that I feel are going to be an important component of online conversations in the next 12 months. Continue reading
At the Chicago Museum of Science & Technology, make your own debris flows with the hypnotic Avalanche Disk. Continue reading
For geology bloggers, one of the most interesting, and encouraging, things about 2010 was that two big geological organisations – the Geological Society of America and the American Geophysical Union – have started to grasp, and exploit, the potential of … Continue reading
The challenge ends on Tuesday.
You can win a copy of Written in Stone before it hits bookstore shelves.
HP doubles all of your donations and lets you choose which projects to fund.
New donors get me to give $10 each.
Lots of great kids are still waiting for our help.
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