Posts Tagged ‘Field Work’

Last night, I arrived back in Buffalo from a graduate/undergraduate/professional course on the tectonic formation of the Appalachian Basin – a week-long field course through New York’s Finger Lakes and Mohawk Valley region.

As a climatologist by trainign and research, but geomorphologist at heart; structural geology felt like a punishment as an undergraduate. The course served to open my eyes to the intensely challenging fields of tectonic and structural geology, and an even greater appreciation for the interfingering of all geologic disciplines.

Life is good.

Here’s a preview, before I get into the nitty-gritty of it all:

Geomorphology,Structural geology, glacial geology, ecohydrology


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