Friday, March 19, 2010

New Accretionary Wedge

I think this will be AW #23.

Not everything I am studying ends up in a published paper, well actually nothing I study ends up in a published paper. Sometimes my HS students hear about my adventures and sometimes I write a blog post, but mostly it is just for me.

This AW is to share your latest discovery with all of us. Please let us in on your thoughts about your current work. What you are finding, what you are looking for. Any problems? Anything working out well?

Lets try to get everything in by March 26. I will be out (mountain biking in the field) for the 1st half of April and I want to get this done before I head out.

21 comments:

Lockwood said...

Thanks!

BrianR said...

how do you want them delivered? e-mail you a link? or, put a link in this comment thread?

Anne said...

I'm not sure I'm going to get anything written, but here's a nice topical climate sci post bh @dr_andy_russell: Blog post: Storms and climate change http://bit.ly/9sdotu

Silver Fox said...

I'm suddenly waay busy at things I can't blog about!

If you want to see what I was busy at earlier this month, this post might work if you want to use it. It wasn't written with The Wedge in mind, however.

Anne said...

My long-winded explanation of my research is here: http://scienceblogs.com/highlyallochthonous/2010/03/is_anne_a_hydrologist_geomorph.php

Lockwood said...

Here's mine.

Dr. Jerque said...

Yikes...I saw Anne's and felt compelled.

My recent stuff is buried under all my bio stuff...of course I provide tons of documentary evidence on my various blogs.

http://geofroth.org/?page_id=359

Callan Bentley said...

I'm working on a lot.

Lost Geologist said...

I can't talk details what I work on so I wrote what I would like to work on:

http://lostgeologist.blogspot.com/2010/03/accretionary-wedge-23-what-i-do-or-want.html

Jessica Ball (AKA Tuff Cookie) said...

Here's what I'm up to.

Garry Hayes said...

Here's what I'm up to: http://geotripper.blogspot.com/2010/03/dont-let-them-fall-through-cracks.html

Julian said...

Here's mine!
http://harmonictremors.blogspot.com/2010/03/accretionary-wedge-23-thing-that-eats.html

I could have gone on longer, but then I might as well just be working on the paper!

Ron Schott said...

If mine is too introspective feel free to omit it - your call.

David Bressan said...

Last, but hopefully not least:

http://rockglacier.blogspot.com/2010/03/accretionary-wedge-23-that-is-not-dead.html

Steve Gough said...

We have so many things going on: R&D on river modeling and instrumentation; redesign of our small models and development of a new one ~3x1m with computer motion control, new visualization techniques, and three big proposals out to do curriculum development and new video visualizations. All at Riparian Rap: http://lrrd.blogspot.com/

BrianR said...

Mine will be done a bit later today -- sorry about that

CJR said...

Mine is late. But hopefully you'll forgive me when you see all the pretty pictures.

pascal said...

I've got a brief update on what I've been working on here:

http://pascals-puppy.blogspot.com/2009/12/continuing-apace-upscaling-granular.html

BrianR said...

okay, here's mine -- way longer than I planned and kinda rambling ... oh well -- http://clasticdetritus.com/2010/03/27/what-am-i-working-on-right-now/

Chuck said...

Here ya go:
http://lablemminglounge.blogspot.com/2010/03/what-am-i-doing-right-now.html

on-the-rocks said...

If I am not to late, here 'tis.

http://geosciblog.blogspot.com/2010/03/what-im-doing-right-now.html