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William & Mary Returns to Oman

In January 2020, I co-led the William & Mary study abroad program to Oman (commonly known as Rock Music Oman). As we returned home

Crabtree Falls and Landscape Disequilibrium in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains

Back in October, early on a Saturday morning my Earth’s Surface Processes students loaded into vans and we headed west to the Blue Ridge

What’s WMÜTTS?

By Chuck Bailey Scientists like their acronyms, and in some fields the more acronyms the better. Earlier this year I received a GSA AGeS-DiGS

Activist – it’s complicated

Recently I asked ten students to reflect on their relationship to the word activism. Here’s a glimpse into their thoughts. ACTIVIST – it’s complicated

Going with the Flow: Geology’s Fall Departmental Field Trip 2022

Last weekend the Geology Department set forth on our Fall departmental trip for a geological field trip down the James River in canoes. The

Bringing Back the Grenville! Preserving Virginia’s Geoheritage

Virginia has a rich geological heritage that stretches back well over a billion years to an era of geologic time known as the Mesoproterozoic.

Making Movies on Location

By Meara Carlin ’22, Morgan Sanders ’22, and Chuck Bailey As summer runs ever onward the Structural Geology & Tectonics Research Group continues to

B to the 7TH (B7): A summer of research in the Blue Ridge

By Chuck Bailey It’s summertime and the Geology department is a happening place as our research efforts are in full swing. We’ve got a

A Highland Fling (Part 2): Learning from LiDAR

The Field Methods class finished our late Winter/early Spring fieldwork at William & Mary’s Highland in March. Over the course of four field excursions,