Monthly Archives: July 2012

Weird Science

The cover story of the Summer 2012 issue of TEMPLE University Magazine is “Weird Science,” an article by Gary Kramer about how Dr. Leroy Dubeck (Temple physics department) and I use Sci-Fi and Diaster Films to teach science to non-science … Continue reading

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Field Work at PSU – Geophysics in Support of Hydropedology

In July, Temple undergraduate Derek Lichtner and I joined forces with Dr. Henry Lin and his graduate student, Li Guo, to test some novel approaches geophysical monitoring of shallow infiltration experiments at the Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory┬ánear Penn State … Continue reading

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SEG-AGU 2012 Hydrogeophysics Workshop, Boise, July 2012

Multi-offset GPR In July I attended an excellent Hydrogeophysics Workshop in Boise Idaho, which included a field trip to the Boise hydrogeophysics field site where I watched in interesting demonstration of downhole NMR and multioffset ground-penetrating radar. NMR was a … Continue reading

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