You want how many Emriver models?

You want how many Emriver models?

On this beautiful May day, to get away from serious work on St. Louis geomorphology, Em4 construction, Quicken 2008, and AutoCad, all of LRRD migrated to the Long Branch Coffeehouse for lunch. There we ran into my wife Kate and our great friend and collaborator Karen...

Cool machines, the Em4 gets closer to done.

Cool machines, the Em4 gets closer to done.

We’re crazy busy; doing some emergency assessment on the St. Louis creek where a few houses are threatened, building and shipping Emriver models, and of course working on our Em4. We got nearly 2,000 pounds of ground melamine last Friday. It’s sorted by...

GSA in Indiana and City Museum in St. Louis.

GSA in Indiana and City Museum in St. Louis.

Lord I’m beat. What a week we had. A short summary of Thursday and Friday: Jesse went with Andrew Podoll (who’s also done some other interesting things), Harvey Henson and some SIUC Geology grad students to a regional GSA meeting in Evansville, Indiana....

Making undergraduate geoscience quantitative.

Making undergraduate geoscience quantitative.

The title of last week’s feature Eos article by Manduca et. al. (You have to be a member to access it.) I offer part of a figure from our recent NSF grant proposal to use Emriver models to teach science, technology, and mathematics. It’s chock full of...

How much science is too much?

How much science is too much?

We’re working on a long list for the Em4 model that now includes problems of color and chroma (relative brightness). Another branch of science to explore. Here’s a possible media combination, and the technology involves color and human perception. We want...