GSA Denver day one.

GSA Denver day one.

A day I’ll always remember.  Kate, Lily, and I worked very hard this morning to get everything in its final place, and a year’s worth of planning came to fruition. We welcomed hundreds of delighted visitors from many countries tonight–here are a few...

Driving the Em4 to Denver!

Driving the Em4 to Denver!

Kate and I are just a few hours from Denver now.  Today we passed Konza Prairie and the Flint Hills. We shared driving this big truck with beautiful skies but a 20mph+ crosswind all day, pretty exhausting. (Here’s Kate with our little travel companion, who...

Off to GSA – Denver with a truck full of Em4 model!

Off to GSA – Denver with a truck full of Em4 model!

Kate and I picked up a beautiful new Emriver Em4 at Sauer Machine in St. Louis today and are driving it to GSA-Denver, where thousands of geoscientists will see it. We’ve been planning and dreaming about this for a year, and are very excited.  I’m so happy...

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!)...

A strong first in experimental fluvial geomorphology.

A strong first in experimental fluvial geomorphology.

I’m happy to report we’ve made high quality 3D measurements of channel form in our Em4 model using close range photogrammetry (CRP) in Ana Londono’s lab at the Dept. of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at St. Louis University. Working with one of our...