What to do with a dead canoe.

What to do with a dead canoe.

Our building is perfect for us, but the lot is ugly.   We’re still climbing out of a recession start up; I can’t justify money spent on aesthetics, but can’t stand to see another spring pass without doing so. Here you see a worn out Grumman canoe...

New faces at LRRD.

New faces at LRRD.

Exciting times at LRRD!   University budgets are in better shape.  We have a lot of orders, are starting to export, and are expanding after two years in this tough economy. We have a couple of new colleagues this week: Jordan Gibson (left), and (next) Nathan Speagle....

Geoscience teaching from another perspective.

Geoscience teaching from another perspective.

  No post for nearly a month here.  I’ve been overwhelmed with filling orders for our new Em2 geomodels.  Our latest big challenge has been shipping logistics. Not geology, exactly, but creating cutting-edge equipment and delivering it (undamaged, please,...

Lily Hwang graduates.

Lily Hwang graduates.

Our Ecohydrologist  C. Lily Hwang graduates from SIUC today.  She earns an MS in Forestry, with honors (as usual.)  Lily joined us back in May. Speaking for the rest of LRRD, my wife Kate, and I’m sure a lot of other people:  Lily, you’re awesome. Here she...

Lily Hwang joins LRRD as Ecohydrologist.

Lily Hwang joins LRRD as Ecohydrologist.

I’m happy to announce Lily Charnsmorn Hwang has joined LRRD as our Ecohydrologist.  We were lucky to spot Lily as she approached a successful defense of her thesis at Southern Illinois University Carbondale (SIUC).  We were poised to do a national search, but I’m sure...