Ice bedrock, knitting, and LRRD internationale.

Ice bedrock, knitting, and LRRD internationale.

All our days are interesting, but today was extra special. We sold our first Em2 model in Europe. We tested ice structures in a model and it was a huge success.  Here Lily adds dye to a chunk of ice. We began full scale production of the new Emriver Em2. And by far...

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...

Why I have no time for science blogging!

Why I have no time for science blogging!

  We are insanely busy at LRRD these days, with consulting, R&D, preparation for GSA-Denver, starting new research, and shipping at least a dozen of our new Em2 models as they’re built. Here’s a sampling of what’s going on, just in the last...

How to give a good presentation.

How to give a good presentation.

I’ve just finished reading Callan Bentley’s post on how to give a good talk, along with many good comments at his new venue,  Mountain Beltway. Go there and read it!  Here are a few slides to support the comments I left.  I’m a believer in Edward...

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...