Monthly Archives: February 2018

UK Earthquake Resources

It was rather ironic that while spending a week studying (relatively quiet) tectonic activity in Iceland, a significant earthquake hit the UK. On my return, I gathered a few resources concerning this earthquake – having missed out on the event, … Continue reading

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Icelandic Tongue Twisters

I have been travelling to Iceland on a regular basis for a number of years now, and am slowly making progress with the native language. However, there are many pretty challenging words and place names to get your tongue around … Continue reading

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Coffee Table Fit For A Geographer

How about this for a coffee table? It is the only one of its kind – based on a scale model of Arthur’s Seat in Edinburgh. Made from sycamore and yew, it has a glass top that gives an amazing … Continue reading

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