Currently browsing tag


The blog's 2010 in review

WordPress just emailed me this handy review of blog stats for last year. According to them, these are the posts and pages that got the most views in 2010. Given that the point of this blog is to (1) keep prospective students and other people interested in my research and teaching up-to-date on opportunities and activities and (2) collect my on-line writings in one place, I’m pretty pleased with the mix of posts that show up in this list. I think in 2011 I’ll be experimenting with ways to do more of the first item here and more research oriented blogging both here and at Highly Allochthonous.


Graduate Assistantships: Biogeochemistry, Stream Ecology, and Hydrology at UNC Charlotte, NC September 2010


Megafloods from Glacial Lake Missoula June 2009


Coal, the High Arctic, and the fossil record of climate change January 2010


Post-doctoral Scholar – Oregon State University Hydrogeomorphic response to changing climates in the Pacific Northwest January 2010


Inspiration in ancient rocks and simple physics July 2009