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Dorset - Day 5

Finally back in Plymouth after quite a nice day in the field!

Today we ventured to Burleigh Salterton to look at an ancient river channel and it was actually quite interesting – probably because there was no fossils! 80 more words

The National Park Service Rocks my Socks. Also: CAVES!

I have not thus far appreciated the glories of the National Park Service here in the ol’USA well enough. But let me tell you, those glories are bright and shining and well worth praise. 264 more words

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Silfra: diving between two continents

As we mentioned in last week’s article on what to see when in Iceland, the country is stunning, and it features some unique natural landscapes. 367 more words

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Plate Tectonics - Group preAssessment

Today, I’ve gone fishing. Next week my 7th grade science classes will shift their focus to geology. Personally, I’m rather excited about the topic and ready to get talking about the movements of the earth. 244 more words

Pompeii from the British Museum

Tonight our whole family went to the local Cinemark theater to see “Pompeii From The British Museum”. This was a super-cool documentary-style rebroadcast from the British Museum in London, who had an extraordinary exhibit on Pompeii and Herculaneum last year. 185 more words

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