The Emflume takes another step forward.

The Emflume takes another step forward.

Could you use a small 2D flume to teach fluid mechanics to your engineering, stream ecology, and geoscience students? I got this small prototype in working mode today.  We hope to build a version that would sit on the end of our Em2 models. I should thank the amazing...

GSA in Portland Thursday

GSA in Portland Thursday

Wow, what to say about GSA this year? It was a great meeting for LRRD, we made many new friends and people flocked to our booth and praised the Emriver Em2 there. This makes the hard work of running a business worth it, and reminds me why we do it. Janine Castro...

GSA in Portland Sunday

GSA in Portland Sunday

Wow, what a day. It began very early, with a couple hundred geologists waiting at the Pioneer Square stop for a train that took an hour to arrive; with a talk at 11, I had plenty of slack, but others had to scramble for cabs. Somebody forgot that not many people want...

GSA in Portland

GSA in Portland

I leave tomorrow for Portland and GSA. BrianR at Clastic Detritus has a thorough set of links, including info on a geobloggers get together Monday night. We’ll have a booth there with an Emriver Em2. We’re all pretty psyched–we expect to see a lot of...

Extreme accomplishment at LRRD.

Extreme accomplishment at LRRD.

I haven’t done an update in a while, so fans of LRRD, here goes: We have several potential Em4 clients now, and are very excited to be installing one at a university in Missouri next week (can’t quite say who yet). We designed the Em4 to be adapted to both...