Here is an edited 2018 post about a clever paleoneurologist! A “game-changing” Cretaceous mammal fossil was reported in May 2018. To understand why paleontologists are
Continuing with reposts (slightly revised) from 2014 on key geoscientists of the past! In the late 18th and early 19th century, men like James Hutton
Here’s another Geoscientist of the Week post from 2014. This is a guest post by Charles Dickens, who was quite taken with the “she” who
Although she was spent her life studying Earth’s surface, this woman has a crater on a Venus and an asteroid named after her, per Wikipedia!
American geomorphologist Marie Morisawa affected geoscience much like a little creek affects the meadow and hillside it’s flowing through–in a big way, but quietly, slowly, efficiently over the years, drop by drop, paper by paper, student by student.
“Women in the field, getting their hands dirty…” Oh, I identify with that so much – it brings back my forestry training back in the