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...

Liberally supplied with media.

Liberally supplied with media.

We received over twenty 250-pound drums of plastic media this week. Much of this is the specially ground Em4 material, but quite a bit is the standard Emriver Em2 mix. It’s probably safe to say we are now the world’s largest holder of plastic river model...

Big success at GSA-Houston

Big success at GSA-Houston

We had a huge week at the GSA meeting in Houston. We were told many times that we had the most interesting of the hundreds of interesting booths there. Yesterday was super busy as word spread and people sent colleagues and department heads (who hold the purse strings)...