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by Louise Schoneveld Sometimes, we get so wrapped up in the science and the data we forget that what we are looking at is truly beautiful. Sometimes, I think we need to step back and just look, turn off the … Continue reading →
They say procrastination is a bad thing. I found that I always come up with some good ideas while I procrastinate from work. The fact that these ideas are rarely ever related to my work is a different matter entirely, … Continue reading →
In the past years, there is a surge in the amount of colour that appears in scientific papers. There are several reasons for it. The ease of creating coloured figures increases with every new release of a software version. Journals … Continue reading →
The Great Mantle Plume Debate has been simmering aggressively – in a similar fashion to soup on an unattended stove- throughout all facets of Earth Science since the 1960’s. Seismologists, geophysicists, experimental petrologists, and analytical geochemists alike have invested serious … Continue reading →
By Pat Eleanor’s post last week on scale provided the perfect segue for my first ever blog (!). Like many people when I think about my work, I find it useful to visualise processes to better understand them. I do … Continue reading →
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