About the Wooster Geologists Blog

May 1st, 2009

A blog from faculty and students of the Department of Geology at The College of Wooster.

10 Responses to “About the Wooster Geologists Blog”

  1. Samuel J. Ciurca, Jr.on 31 Dec 2009 at 11:21 pm

    Thanks for a great job – I really enjoyed looking over your entries, especially fascinated by Estonia.

    Sam

  2. Mark Wilsonon 31 Dec 2009 at 11:31 pm

    Thank you very much, Sam. Your eurypterid pages are fantastic!

    Mark

  3. AnnHon 16 Jul 2012 at 2:41 pm

    Any way to share this on Facebook?

  4. Mark Wilsonon 16 Jul 2012 at 2:44 pm

    I share it often on the Wooster Geology Facebook page and my own. You are welcome to share it in anyway you wish!

  5. Darioon 26 Aug 2012 at 8:53 pm

    Hi Vitor, I am a Mining Geologist, graduated from Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia in 1976. Your phphograots very excellent and educate me, of course for other geologists and geo-engineers over the world. May God bless you. Thanks alot Vitor

  6. Mark A .Wadeon 20 Aug 2013 at 10:21 pm

    Mark Wilson
    Thank you for article on Stromatoporid . I am trying to figure out why they have shown up in western N.Y in Onondaga L.S . I am untrained but have read a little about Colombus and Jefferson L.S in the other States. Trying to follow Onondaga L.s and learn more about it is Tougher than I thought . Your blogs look like they might help me once I get into this more .

    Please keep Astounding us . Mark

  7. lyndaon 26 Sep 2013 at 9:36 am

    Really enjoy this blog! As a geology undergrad I love the spectacular photos and descriptive text. I recently discovered your blog earlier this year, checking often, and am never disappointed!

  8. Mark Wilsonon 26 Sep 2013 at 6:33 pm

    Thank you very much, Lynda! We appreciate the motivation you give us. Glad you like the blog — and good luck in geology!

  9. Le Ann Slugaon 26 Dec 2013 at 11:18 am

    I was looking for a public domain picture for a non-profit project for kids. I wanted a picture that described the awe Adam felt when he first saw Eve. You have such a picture on your website. I loved your comment about the picture and would be interested in finding the original illustrator if you could help me. Meanwhile, I studied geology and orcheology in college thinking I might be interested in a career. It was there that I began to question my “evolutionary roots” and theories. It was a stepping stone to finding Christ. Thankful for your blog. I will be back.

  10. Mark Wilsonon 26 Dec 2013 at 1:00 pm

    Dear Le Ann: The image you are describing was taken at the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky. You will have to contact them about the original artist who made the sculptures. Thank you for your interest in this blog. Please note, by the way, that this blog has a secular evolutionary perspective and is in no way creationist.

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