Monthly Archives: November 2012

Measure twice, cut once.

My dad was a design and technology teacher. I was exposed to the arts of woodwork, construction, design and so on as a child, and – while my brother went off and became an engineer – I have to say … Continue reading

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Tongariro Fireworks

Following the little spike of activity back in August, Tongariro in New Zealand reactivated today with a 5 minute explosive eruption jetting up a small plume and generating some very limited pyroclastic flows. With it being a daytime eruption, and … Continue reading

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Accretionary Wedge #52

Been a while since I had a chance to get in on the Accretionary Wedge, which – for those of you who are perhaps not familiar – is something of a geoscience blog carnival. Once a month, someone hosts a … Continue reading

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