Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Read What Wired.com's Online Technology Magazine said about "Written In Stone...seen through my lens"

Thanks go to the on-line science and technology magazine WIRED.com and their blog entitled Wired Science!

Blog editor Brian Romans, assistant professor in the Department of Geosciences at Virginia Tech, mentioned "Written In Stone…seen through my lens” for the week of January 9-15, 2012 stating that it caught his eye.

He also says, "Jack Share...writes an epic post about the Great Unconformity in the Grand Canyon. He includes tons of photos and this is only part 1. Wonderful stuff."

Here's the link:

Thank you, Brian!

Check out his post below (slightly blurry after magnification)...

1 comment:

  1. Wow that was a kool recomendation. I first saw your blog on a post you did with pictures of what look to be some sort of hydrothermal crators as opposed to volcanic, though they could have been either. It was from areas of the state of Utah. I had some questions, so later today I'll post them there thanks.

    BTW, did you see the recent Death Valley News on the seismic activity reaching all the way up from Mexico's Oaxaca earthquake and causes Tsunamis in the Pupfish springs ? I briefly referenced it in a quick post and gave it to some groups I follow with the recent last couple of years earthquake activity. It was actually pretty kool. Here's the link.

    Pupfish, Downfish: Subterranean Tsunami Caused by 7.4 Earthquake in Oaxaca, Mexico Gives Vertical Shakes to the Water-Hole Home of Endangered Fishes