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Oh, the Weather Outside is Frightful….

It was COLD this morning, and even colder yesterday, but an old time New Englander might pooh-pooh that with a “Hey, when I was a kid, there were weeks in January when we never saw the warm side of zero.” Would he be remembering correctly? Am I really… Continue reading

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NEIGC Guidebooks

A short post to celebrate the New England Intercollegiate Geological Conference, which has been meeting annually since 1901 (with a few exceptions during the two world wars). Guidebooks from geologic field trips in all areas of New England (and occasionally Quebec) have been published in association with this conference since 1938, (… “A guidebook, organized [...] Continue reading

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