LRRD at the Houston GSA meeting

LRRD at the Houston GSA meeting

After much work and planning Jesse and I are in Houston, ready to display the Emriver and our other products and talents at the annual Geological Society of America conference. This one is being held jointly with several other groups, including the Soil Science...

LRRD in Texas and Michigan.

LRRD in Texas and Michigan.

Last week’s a blur for me–I spent most of it cranking on a proposal to do research on a beautiful watershed in Michigan’s UP. Keep your fingers crossed for us. This is the sort of real-world research and management consulting that compliments and...

LRRD in photos

LRRD in photos

Kate handed off a nasty SIU Student Health virus and I’ve been sick for nearly a week. You’d think I’d feel like posting, but I didn’t. All good now. Briefly, Jesse and Cara pose with our beautiful new graphics for the GSA conference next...

Weekend review, GSA, and pumps.

Weekend review, GSA, and pumps.

I’ve not been keeping the blog up to date, though a lot’s going on here. My last post was about New Orleans, written before Gustav had formed. As I write this Monday morning it’s weakening and it looks at though New Orleans will be spared what...

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....