For this month's Accretionary Wedge – Let’s Do a Time Warp!- I’d like to warp forward an unknown amount of time, with whatever special technology and safety suits are required, to see the next large-scale caldera-forming eruption. Inactive large-scale calderas are found scattered through the Tertiary of Nevada; active examples include Yellowstone caldera in Yellowstone National Park.
This month's Accretionary Wedge is all about what was the most significant geologic event - in my life, no matter how small or large, no matter when it happened. This Wedge is hosted by Julian at Harmonic Tremors, who will be postin... Read Post
On a brief parole from grading gaol … Ian Saginor over at Volcanoclast is hosting this month’s accretionary wedge on the topic of countertop geology. As with many wedges, the geoblogosphere has largely decided to ignore, well at lea... Read Post