Monthly Archives: September 2011

Back to School – AW#38

This month’s Accretionary Wedge topic is “Back to School”, hosted by Anne Jefferson. Anne has asked us to share “about the things that we don’t often learn or teach in school but that may turn out to be quite important … Continue reading

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Kinky Columns

  I was inspired by Callan’s interesting post last week on the patterns of some cooling columns.  Callan has explained, using some nice illustrations, the concept that the cooling joints are formed perpendicular to the cooling front (or thermal gradient), and … Continue reading

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