AZGS is at the Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco this week, showcasing our work in a number of areas, but especially the NSF-funded EarthCube and DOE-funded National Geothermal Data System projects. Our formal activities include two exhibit booths, hosting two town halls, and 5 presentations. We have a variety of working meetings with partners and subcontractors on our projects as well as sitting in on getting briefings on related projects.
On a largely uninhabited island (a cay) in Bahamas, the chief residents are less than a two-dozen feral pigs. The island is now more lovingly referred to as Pig Island. The origins of these island pigs are unknown. One story suggests hungry sailors dropped them off to fatten them up for a later feast only […]