Hear a little bit about my work, glaciers, and the impact small changes can have on the environment.Read More
Photos from a November 2018 field campaign to Ñireguao, Aysén, Chile.Read More
How to selectively dissolve convergent and non-convergent lines in ArcGIS Desktop: an example using ordered stream networks.Read More
Photos from a snow depth measuring campaign with the University of Chile’s Department of Civil Engineering at La Parva, Lo Barnechea, Chile. It’s looking like a ninth consecutive year of drought in central Chile…Read More
Some photos from a trip to the Universidad de Chile’s snow monitoring station in Valle Nevado, Lo Barnechea, Chile.Read More
Learn a little more about my Ph.D advisor, Maisa Rojas.Read More
Some field photos from a two-week field campaign to the upper Río Yeso with geology students of the Universidad de Chile, April 2018.Read More
Exploring the intersection between public health, climate, barbecue, and the beautiful game.Read More
Looking at the Villa Santa Lucía debris flow from a glacial perspective.Read More
A remote sensing exercise shows that ~10% of Napa County burned in less than four days.Read More
Visión UC is a monthly publication of the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (PUC). In November 2014, my research group and I were accompanied in the field by Nicole Saffie, a university journalist, to show a little bit of what we do as field geologists. Her report is published on p. 7 of issue nº 241; the issue in its entirety can be viewed here (Spanish).
A long time ago (late 2000's), and for no particular reason, I made this map of Waffle Houses in the United States. It's no different than any of the other Waffle House maps out there, except for that this is the only one I've seen that normalizes the state total of Waffle Houses to a fixed population. Not that it changes much, but it does emphasize the firm grip WH holds over the state of Georgia.