Status update:

…having landed in Lincoln, people on my flight still looked miserable. Maybe they are from Denver and are just visiting Lincoln? Ergo, people from Denver cannot be saved? Maybe it’s just the weather; it’s around zero degrees Celsius here in Lincoln. But then again, it wasn’t all tropical sunshine and grass-skirts in Denver when we took-off. I will try and uncover the truth during my day at University Lincoln Nebraska, where I will be giving a talk on igneous systems tomorrow afternoon…

Seismic reflection imaging of an igneous sill, Exmouth sub-basin, offshore NW Australia. Note that some of the faults in the host rock are intruded by the sill, whilst others are not. Image courtesy of Craig Magee. Seismic data provided by Geoscience Australia.
Seismic reflection imaging of an igneous sill, Exmouth sub-basin, offshore NW Australia. Note that some of the faults in the host rock are intruded by the sill, whilst others are not. Image courtesy of Craig Magee. Seismic data provided by Geoscience Australia.

Author: Christopher Aiden-Lee Jackson

I am Professor of Basin Analysis @imperialcollege. I ❤️ 🏃🏿, 🚴🏿 and @basinsIC (⛏). I obsess about the tectono-stratigraphic development of sedimentary basins. Why? Because I'm hopeless at everything else.

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