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I wish everyone a Happy and Prosperous New Year in 2015! Thank you for reading Earthly Musings.My wife and I recently visited relatives for the holidays in southern California and to break up the monotony of eating way too much food and [...]
My flower garden WILL recover...
Something strange happened last night, the last day of the year 2014. At seven minutes to midnight, the official temperature at Modesto airport stood at 33ºF. At some point during the next sixty minutes, the [...]
Snow began falling in the Tucson Mountains after 9 p.m. on New Year's Eve. We awoke this morning with a light dusting on the slope. The saguaros have snow on their west-facing sides (below).
With the bright sun and clear skies, it should all [...]
Antelope Canyon, on the Navajo Reservation near Page, Arizona
The Colorado Plateau, the region encompassing large parts of Arizona, Utah, New Mexico and Colorado, is one of the great geologic showplaces on planet Earth. Within the region, one can [...]
There’s not really a good time to bring up amphibian mating habits at the dinner table. I figured
I only wrote 23 posts in 2014, so my readership was down a bit. That’s OK; I just have a lot of other things going on. Because of this, nine of the ten most-read posts on The GeoChristian were actually ones written in previous years. The top [...]
Peyto Lake in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada
I've never been one for resolutions. Changes in my life tend to happen at the various times when the need for change becomes apparent and I try acting on them as a result. That being said, this is [...]
New year, new links, same weekday! Despite many geobloggers are still in their season breaks, today is still Friday, so here are your links! The departed holiday season has marked the 10th anniversary of the Indian Ocean Tsunami. On Boxing Day 2004, [...]
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The American Geophysical Union Fall 2014 meeting came and went. It is quite a taxing meeting. But, I saw some old friends and many colleagues. A highlight was running the EarthScope Town Hall. Our agenda was:EarthScope overview, science [...]