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Stories by Dana Hunter

Castles, Kings and Ice: A Whirlwind Tour of Latvian Geology

Our own RQ tormented me a little bit this summer. She kept sending nifty tidbits of geology from her summer excursions in Latvia. And she's got lots! By popular demand*, we're going to have a super-swift overview of Latvian geologic yumminess, with the promise of more where that comes from...

October 15, 2015 — Dana Hunter

Darwin's Encounter with a Chilean Earthquake

Last week, Chile suffered a massive magnitude 8.3 earthquake. You can read the USGS's summary here, and an overview of the science behind it here. Thanks to excellent earthquake preparedness, even a quake that massive followed by a fifteen-foot tsunami, while dealing quite a bit of damage, had a surprisingly low human toll...

September 23, 2015 — Dana Hunter
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