Daily Archives: July 6, 2011

Thingvellir and the trip North

Blonduos, Iceland- [Guest blogger: Travis Louvain] So as we completed the research on the Reykjanes Penninsula, we traveled up north to the Skagi Peninsula to a town called Blonduos. On the way we stopped at a place called Thingvellir. This … Continue reading

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The painful history of the S├Árve Peninsula, Saaremaa, Estonia

KURESSAARE, ESTONIA–This country has had the historical misfortune to lie between the Russians to the east and the Germans to the west with all their imperial ambitions in the last few centuries. The terrain is deeply glaciated and thus has … Continue reading

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Alaska 2011

Guest Blogger: Sarah Appleton Wooster Geology takes its students all across the globe and this time they have traveled to the distant land of Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve (http://www.nps.gov/glba/index.htm), Alaska, for a better look at the sedimentation, ancient … Continue reading

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