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Accretionary Wedge #35: Crozzle Redux

Once again I find myself returning to a previous blog post with reference to the latest Accretionary Wedge, this time hosted by Evelyn Mervine of Georneys. The theme this month is favourite geology words. This is so difficult. I love the english language and the origin of words. In my first year structural geology course [...]
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