Category Archives: Science Writing

Win A Copy of Aerial Geology!

My fabulous publisher is giving away a copy of Aerial Geology today! To enter, visit the Timber Press Facebook page and leave a comment about your favorite geologic site on their post. The holidays just keep on giving this year: Aerial … Continue reading

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Aerial Geology in the New York Times!

  In the past two months, I’ve found Aerial Geology in bookstores from Bozeman, Montana to Moab, Utah to Burlington, Vermont. The team at Timber Press has done an incredible job getting it out into the world! This weekend, Aerial … Continue reading

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Aerial Geology is Nationwide!

Hey everybody! I stopped in Back of Beyond Books today in Moab, Utah and lo and behold… I found a copy of Aerial Geology on their shelves! You should now be able to find a copy at Barnes & Noble, Target … Continue reading

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Aerial Geology: The Dragon’s Back

Northwest New Mexico is one of the driest places in the country – the region gets less than 12 inches of rain a year, most of it during the late summer monsoon season. But despite the aridity, this desert is … Continue reading

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Aerial Geology: Alaska’s Malaspina Glacier

Glaciers are essentially rivers of ice but they can take many shapes depending on the underlying topography. The almost perfectly round Malaspina Glacier in southern Alaska is the largest piedmont glacier in the world – larger than the state of Rhode … Continue reading

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Aerial Geology: Quebec’s Pingualuit Crater

Northern Quebec is laced with over half a million lakes, formed by water pooling on top of the ubiquitous bedrock of the Canadian Shield, the geologic core of North America. One of these lakes, however, stands out from all the … Continue reading

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A Total Eclipse in the Heart of the Winds

Last week, I spent five days in the Wind River Range in Wyoming, one of the most remote and dramatic mountain ranges in North America and one of the most beautiful places on Earth. Add in a once-in-three-lifetimes-event – a … Continue reading

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Lone Peak Love Letter: My Favorite Christmas Tree Laccolith!

Last September, the day the manuscript for my book was due to the publisher, I left my desk and hiked up my backyard peak, running over every memorized word on my way up the mountain. By 11,166 feet, I decided it … Continue reading

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Coming Soon… My First Book!!!

For all my long-time readers out there who have been wondering what I’ve been up to these past few years, I can finally let you in on my big secret! I wrote a book! My first book entitled Aerial Geology: … Continue reading

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Travels in Geology: Hells Canyon

Why would you ever visit a place called Hells Canyon? Especially given how hard it is to get there: Few roads and only steep, difficult trails run down into the 2,400-meter-deep gorge — the deepest canyon in North America — … Continue reading

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