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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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Another EARTH Magazine Feature: Setting Sail on Unknown Seas

Hey everybody! As many of you know, I don’t just write for fun — I also make my living as a freelance science and travel writer. My latest feature story for EARTH magazine just went live: Setting Sail On Unknown Seas: … Continue reading

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EARTH Magazine–Travels in Geology: Hike to the Burgess Shale!

This past summer my dad and I made a pilgrimage to one of the most famous fossil localities in the world: British Columbia’s Burgess Shale. My Travels in Geology feature story for EARTH magazine appears in the January issue: Of … Continue reading

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