Kate, a geology postdoc in California. When I’m not using geochemistry to figure out what the climate was like in the deep past, I like hiking, pottery, good beer, and of course, watching out for rocks…
Yogesh Ray, Clastic Sedimentologist at Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology, Dehradun, India. Presently studying the fluvial landforms in mountainous terrain of Himalaya to ascertain the Tectono-Climatic signatures in the formation of landforms in space and time.
I’m David. I am an Archaeologist/Anthropologist (UC Berkeley and UC London) and Geologist (OU), and I also love flamenco, baseball and mountain climbing.
Russell Losco, Professional Soil Scientist, Geologist, martial artist, author & political activist photographed in 2007 in the Alaska Basin, Grand Tetons, Wyoming. The peak of Grand Teton is in the background. www.soildude.com
Jill Marshall, geologist, sailing enthusiast, and semi-balanced huckleberry picker.
I am a geologist and a glaciologist. I have a Masters Degree in Geology from the University of Washington. I have traveled to Antarctica to study the motion of the West Antarctic ice sheet near a flow divide, and I have cored lakes in Montana to try and understand the timing of the last ice age. Currently I work with large mineral deposits all over the United States. In this picture I am studying the glaciers of Mt. Rainier in the state of Washington. This is what a scientist looks like.
I am Jesús Martínez-Frías, a planetary geologist and astrobiologist from the “Centro de Astrobiologia” (CSIC-INTA) in Spain. This picture was taken in 2002 during the Leonid Mac Campaign, which was sponsored by NASA and USAF. It was a wonderful scientific and personal experience.
Eric: Father, Husband, US Army Medic, Motorbike Enthusiast, Geology Undergrad