The Summer of Flumes

The Summer of Flumes

We’ve had an exciting summer at LRRD. After six years of development, the Emflume1 is now on three continents, and we seem to be busier than ever. Back in May, Emflume1 users at the University of Adelaide Australian School of Petroleum sent us several photos, and...

Flood disasters are always old news.

Flood disasters are always old news.

We’re about to see the biggest Lower Mississippi flood in history.   Parts of Memphis are being evacuated, and the Mississipi Delta may be in for the worst it’s ever seen. Terrorists who could never match these floods dominate the front...

New faces at LRRD.

New faces at LRRD.

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Geoscience teaching from another perspective.

Geoscience teaching from another perspective.

No post for nearly a month here.  I’ve been overwhelmed with filling orders for our new Em2 geomodels.  Our latest big challenge has been shipping logistics.  Not geology, exactly, but creating cutting-edge equipment and delivering it (undamaged,...

Our first Em2(x) model ships!

Our first Em2(x) model ships!

 After many months of research and design we shipped our first redesigned Emriver Em2 (which we call the Em2x at the lab). We’re in full production mode, all the kinks are out and we’re building models.  And have a lot of orders to fill (thanks!)...