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Kadie Bennis Feb 8
Day 5 Throwing it wayyy back, my first UG field trip to a pegmatite mine in Mineral, VA for Mineralogy. We traveled >60 ft underground to find the walls covered in amazonites, micas, quartZ, and many more! This was the first time I truly felt like a geologist
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Hugh Tuffen Feb 6
Joining late..our 2012 trip to see CordΓ³n erupt rhyolite definitely stands out. Such a privilege to be able to watch slowly advancing lava & ash venting up close. Tough conditions & a humbling experience, shared with Jon Castro + Ian Schipper
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Traveling Geologist Feb 9
And last but not least for day 7 of , my most stolen photo! Even Guinness World Records stole this photo! πŸ€‘πŸ€‘πŸ€‘ The pillow basalts of the are a site to behold! I have gained a new appreciation for the complexity of the o…
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Rehemat πŸšπŸ‘©β€πŸ”¬πŸ‘©β€πŸ’»πŸŒπŸš’πŸŒŠ Feb 8
One of my favourite undergrad field trips: Iceland 2012! 100% student cohort too!πŸ‘©β€πŸ”¬πŸ’ͺ🏽
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Katey Duffey Feb 9
Day 6 of Ah the joys of your field vehicle getting stuck. Whether it be an iced over rocky stream, snow, sand, or mud, fieldwork isn't the same without a transport hiccup
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Dr Carly Faber Feb 24
Day 3 in . These pictures are from several field seasons during my PhD in northern Norway (Troms and Finnmark), looking at metamorphism and deformation in the Caledonian Nappes and their implications for large-scale tectonics.
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Rehemat πŸšπŸ‘©β€πŸ”¬πŸ‘©β€πŸ’»πŸŒπŸš’πŸŒŠ Feb 9
Last few photos for : Meeting the K/Pg boundary in Italy! πŸ¦–πŸ¦•β˜„οΈ
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Dan πŸŒ‹ Feb 8
Staying in Guatemala for day 6 of . Hiking to the top of Santa Maria volcano to record thermal data of Santiaguito’s El Caliente lava dome. It also gave us a great look at the linear volcanism of the region!
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Rich Pancost #BlackLivesMatter Feb 9
Love physics? Study Earth Sciences! Love chemistry? Study Earth Sciences! Love biology, maths, technology, computing, space, history or planets and want to build a sustainable future? Study Earth Sciences! AND have life-changing experiences doing so πŸ‘‡
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Sarah Barr Feb 11
Today is so day 2 is a shout out to the women doing great fieldwork and inspiring others to do the same. My work has benefited from the contributions of many and they've made it pretty fun along the way!
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Dan πŸŒ‹ Feb 9
It’s the final day of ! The best part of field trips is being able to explore amazing places with your friends. I’ve made so many great memories over the years and look forward to making many more πŸ˜ŠπŸŒŽπŸŒ‹
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Bob Gooday Feb 9
Day 7 The summit caldera of Mt Katmai, Alaska. The caldera formed in 1912 as magma drained from Katmai and erupted 10km away at Novarupta - the largest eruption of the 20th century. The caldera is reached by climbing the ash-covered Knife Creek glacier.
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Prof. Christie Rowe Feb 6
Had to get in on -- starting early (Kodiak Island 2006) with Kristin and John from Davis and WWU, Asuka Yamaguchi (Tokyo), Akito Tsutsumi, my dear friend Francesca Meneghini who taught me to take coffee AND naps in the field, and the incomparable J. Casey Moore
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M Francesca Ferrario Feb 9
For DAY 7 of it’s not real fieldwork, but photos taken during holidays (here Canberra πŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί, Punakaiki πŸ‡³πŸ‡Ώ, San Francisco πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ and Grenoble πŸ‡«πŸ‡·), because if you see a cool outcrop, why not to check what it is?
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SΓΆnke Stern Feb 8
Day 5, and back to the Azores! A year after my trip with RV Meteor, I went back there in 2018 for a student field trip. It's just an insanely beautiful area with so many interesting volcanic sites. Definitely a gem hidden in plain sight, 100% recommend!
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Maria Jensen Feb 9
Day7 . Fieldwork is a huge part of my identity as a scientist. It inspires my curiosity about the earth. I want to make field experiences more accessible and I do not want to take part in perpetuating stereotypes of action packed adventures. It can be much more.
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Abbey Wick Feb 14
Seeing practices achieve on-farm goals is a favorite! This day, satisfaction when a farmer looked at their harvested fields w/o ruts (they are no-till, diverse rotation, ) surrounded by many fields with ruts from wet harvest (pic2)
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Rebecca Walley Feb 8
Day Six Since being on geology fieldwork I've never been able to look at a cliff or mountain or any landscape without thinking about the processes that formed it. Geology is pretty rad. This is the photo I'm most proud of: Devil's Tower 😱
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Megan Green Feb 9
Day 6: Spanish Pyrenees One of the best things about studying geology is that it takes you to parts of the world you wouldn't get to see otherwise 🌍 I spent 10 days mapping these magnificent mountains back in 2017, and I've been keen to return ever since πŸ”πŸ§­
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Samuele Papeschi πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί 🌍 Feb 9
I don't know how to conclude , so for Day 7 take this snapshot of from without a particular reason. In order, from left to right: mylonitic micaschist, peridotite, gabbro, and calcschist. I love deformed stuff πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–
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