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Go on, Embrace Your Inner Bear-Voyeur

It’s that time of year again already. You can’t make your way to Alaska to ogle coastal brown bears as they emerge from their winter’s slumber, and you just don’t know where to get your fix. Don’t worry: Katmai National … Continue reading

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Biology(ish) items I’ve been linking to on various forms of social media recently: Dino-decorations and the Holiday Dino-tree Spider brains. I still vote that if your brain is so big it spills into your legs, then, still squished for space, … Continue reading

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“I have no good explanation for why a geophysical company has so many teddy bears.” Explanations proffered on social media include: Fashionable cushions for high amplitude seismic testing. “Padding”-ton bears to supplement shock-foam when packing shipments. Hug-providers for when data-processing … Continue reading

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Fieldgear: It’s all about the Spray

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One of the most important shelves to visit when packing for a field job: bear spray & bangers, bug spray, bungee cords, cargo straps, first aid kits, and even more bug spray.

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