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Aug 14 2012

Call For Posts – Accretionary Wedge #49: Out of This World

The time for our next Accretionary Wedge is nigh. I suppose it’s about time for your host to let you know what the topic is, then, innit? With Curiosity landing at the base of a three mile high mountain on Mars, I think we all know there’s only one sensible choice: we must head for …

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Dec 01 2011

Accretionary Wedge #40: Hey, Pumpkin, You Rock!

Okay, yes, lame-ass post title. It’s all a cunning plan to get you to click away from here and go savor the spicy pumpkin goodness of the 40th Accretionary Wedge, in which geo-lanterns are on delightful display. See? We still do geology round here occasionally! More to come, I promise!

Jul 14 2011

The Photo Not Taken

    This month’s Accretionary Wedge is a tough one.  When I go out to a geological locality these days, I tend to come away with about everything I could possibly ever need or want – until later, when during some research I find out there was more to the place than I suspected, and …

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Jul 01 2011

Accretionary Wedge #35 Now Available!

Don’t miss it, my darlings! Evelyn has gathered a lovely outcrop of delicious geology words in Accretionary Wedge #35: Favorite Geology Words.  For those of you thinking said topic is boring, well, you haven’t seen what geo types can do with their favorite words.  I think some of it might still be banned in a …

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May 27 2011

Accretionary Wedge #34: Last Chance!

This is it!  This is the very last day to throw your weirdest geology at me.  Get your entry in before midnight Pacific time if you’re planning to join the sideshow.

May 22 2011

Accretionary Wedge #34: Last Call for Posts

Googling “weird geology” returns a photo of Callan Bentley.   That’s just weird. Don’t forget to get your weird geology to me by Friday, the 27th.  Getting left out would just be boring. Boring Volcanic Field.  Which isn’t actually boring at all.

May 01 2011

Accretionary Wedge #34: Call for Posts

And this time, it’s gonna get weird. Not just because I’m hosting, although that’s weird enough.  But we’re talking about Weird Geology. Let’s face facts, people.  Geology can be strange.  Outrageous.  Bizarre.  I’m sure you’ve all run into formations and landscapes and concepts that have left you scratching your head.  Maybe they got less weird …

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Feb 28 2011

Don’t Miss the AW Mardi Gras Extravaganza!

We’ve got another AW deadline fast approaching, and nobody wants to miss a parade, now, do they? It’s Carnival time or Mardi Gras time in Louisiana . This year the season is long – going from Jan 6 (Twelfth night) to March 8 (Fat Tuesday – day before Ash Wednesday). Since the Accretionary Wedge is …

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Feb 27 2011

Accretionary Wedge #31: Do Whut Nao?

Accretionary Wedge #31 is up at The Geology P.A.G.E., and it’s a delight: As you can see by the title (Wait, What?) the topic for this month’s Accretionary Wedge (#31) is surprising geological knowledge. And we had a ton of fantastic contributions to the topic. Beautifully compiled, too!  It’s Sunday.  Sit back and relax with …

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Jan 31 2011

Accretionary Wedge #30: OM NOM NOM!

My darlings, it’s here.  The sideboard groans under deposits of geologic delights.  And I’d have a lot more to say about it, except I have this sudden and inexplicable urge to eat until I explode. If all the participants wish to form a commune, I’ll be happy to find us a place with an enormous …

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