John is on the road headed to the SciPy conference and Shannon is done with field camp. Join us to hear the wrap up and talk about how geology was used strategically in the Revolutionary War on this fourth of July weekend episode.
- Watchung Mountains
- Area geologic summary
- Middlebrook encampment
- Nike Missile
- Cheyenne Mountain
Fun Paper Friday
This week we learn about perchlorate from fireworks and how long it can reside in lakes.
Wilkin, R. T., Fine, D. D., & Burnett, N. G. (2007). Perchlorate Behavior in a Municipal Lake Following Fireworks Displays. Environmental Science & Technology, 41(11), 3966–3971. http://doi.org/10.1021/es0700698
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