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The High and the Low

The past month has been a blur as I’ve been away from campus most weekends doing geology with William & Mary students. I’m way

Didn’t we cure “Mad Cow Disease?!?”

Recently I volunteered to be a discussant at the Virginia Economics Association meeting. The paper I was asked to critique was “The Economic Impact

Oman’s Geological Triple Point

Qantab is a village at the eastern edge of the Muscat metropolitan area, it’s hemmed in by steep rocky hills, and flanked by a

Research Opportunities

Sometimes I get so involved in trying to get things done I forget to look around and see what is new. With midterms happening

Over Nottoway Falls

Another glorious February weekend, and I was off, once again, to the field with my research students. On this trip we returned to the

Power-washing the Paleozoic Petersburg Pluton

300 million years ago, vast quantities of magma intruded the Earth’s crust deep beneath what would one day become Richmond, Virginia. The magma that

Experiences in India: Inspiring and exciting

The months during my leave of absence from William & Mary were filled with uncertainty. Though I knew what I wanted to study and

William & Mary & Research

Hi All! I have some exciting news! The research lab that I direct has finally finished 6 weeks of collecting data. Yes, this calls

The casualty

This last week at Santhiram flew by with adventures in the medical records department (MRD), a large multi-departmental camp, and the casualty. Here is