It was a nice and sunny Saturday when we started our journey on I-10 going west of Houston. We crossed Pleistocene and thin Pliocene rocks until we were near the Little Low Miocene Hills of Columbus, a very small strip. Finally, we arrived at our first stop where lower Cretaceous rocks onlap onto basement rocks. […]
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About Tami LongJohn
As of Fall 2016, I am a third year PhD student working with Professor Julia K. Morgan and Professor Brandon Dugan (Colorado School or mines). I am preparing to defend my proposal in November 2016. I completed my undergraduate education at Hofstra University in New York where I majored in Geology. I am originally from Nigeria where I grew up and completed my high school before moving to the States for college. I love cooking, singing and hiking.
Hi everyone! Hope you all had a relaxing weekend. I wanted to announce that our next Monthly dinner will be on Thursday the 7th of April at 6pm. I decided to hold off on one for this month because of the Crawfish boil which will be super amazing! Next month, we will be having Indian […]
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