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Episode 245 – “Floppy Clay-stone” ABCs Part 1

This week we learn the ABC’s again! It’s time for another geology ABC’s series with some great new words to learn. Join us for part one of this two part series. A-Astrobleme B – Bolide C-Chalcedony D – Deccan Traps … Continue reading

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Episode 226 – “Crick is the Correct Pronunciation”

This week we talk about how rivers work. Rivers are all around – on the surface, underground, even under glaciers and upside-down! Esker Water Strahler Number Law of the Wall Dam Nation Fun Paper Friday Cooper, Katelyn M., et al. … Continue reading

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Fun Paper Friday

Every week we bring you a fun, funny, or fascinating paper from the world of academic literature. Papers are linked below and we encourage you to read along. Join the fun by submitting your own suggestion for a Fun Paper or … Continue reading

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Episode 118 – “One of those lies we tell in intro”

John’s Hackaday Prize Entry New Prince Rupert’s Drop Video We Martians – Esker Questions Episode 92 – Martian Esker Fun Paper Earth Structure Structure of the Earth Pitch Drop Experiment Summary Pitch Drop Webcams Inge Lehmann Episode 4 – we … Continue reading

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Episode 92 – “I fell into your trap” Ben Crosby

John and Shannon are still fighting lab equipment, but take a break to talk to a guest suggested by listener Angie about how climate change is forming our landscape. Ben Crosby Dr. Crosby’s Website Permafrost Thermokarst Gooseff, Michael N., et … Continue reading

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Episode 68 – “It’s kind of magical down there” Kiya Riverman

This week we interview Kiya Riverman about crawling around in caves… underneath a glacier! Join us to learn about glacial hydrology and what it’s like being inside the glacier. Kiya’s Website Into the Belly of a Glacier – EOS Cave … Continue reading

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Episode 51 – “Regelation. I think I had that for lunch the other day” Glaciers

Last known survivor of the 1906 San Fran. EQ/Fire passes away Ice is a mineral National Snow and Ice Data Center Great USGS informational publication on ice ages Mendenhall Glacier Video of 1 year of Mendenhall melting Chasing Ice Firn … Continue reading

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