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The Geology Podcast Network is a source for geology news, career highlights, and insights by experts in the field from around the world.

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    • 4.9 • 36 Ratings

The Geology Podcast Network is a source for geology news, career highlights, and insights by experts in the field from around the world.

    Zircon: Impossibly Fantastic!

    Zircon: Impossibly Fantastic!

    Episode summary introduction: In this episode of Storybook Earth, Jess shares the stories of zircons and why they have become a cornerstone of geochronology, or, the study of geologic aging. Find out how Jess discovered her passion for zircon geochronology, what zircons are, where you can find them, and why they can be compared to the […]

    • 17 min
    Ophiolites with Luke Milan from LLUNE

    Ophiolites with Luke Milan from LLUNE

    This is the first of three special episodes in partnership with the Litho Lab University of England or LLUNE for short. In this episode Dr. B plays the game ‘Time for Questions’ with the three researchers of the LLUNE Special Series: Dr Luke Milan, Dr Tim Chapman, and Dr. Marissa Betts. Who is going to […]

    • 50 min
    The Gift of Oxygen

    The Gift of Oxygen

    Episode summary introduction: In this episode, Jess begins our story with the mountains of Tibet, a landscape shaped by time, and an encounter with a lone wolf. From this beautiful setting, Jess tells the tale of oxygen. Oxygen has a varied and interesting history on Earth, and evidence of its existence in the distant past is […]

    • 18 min
    Fake Rocks with Stefano Poli

    Fake Rocks with Stefano Poli

    Frankenstein was a young scientist who enjoyed doing scientific experiments to create a sapient creature. In this episode our guest is a great Senior Experimental Petrologist who talks about geo-scientists who create rocks and experiments to study Earth processes. Professor Stefano Poli from the University of Milan tells Dr. B everything about the Petrological Cuisine […]

    • 45 min
    Take in the Colors

    Take in the Colors

    Episode summary introduction: In this episode of Storybook Earth, Jess tells how some rocks’ stories begin with color. Being able to detect pattern and color is an important tool for any scientist, geologists included. But, color can also be deceiving. Why? Well, Jess can tell you! In a tale woven with color Jess explains the significance of […]

    • 16 min
    Thermochronology with Rebecca Flowers

    Thermochronology with Rebecca Flowers

    For this final chapter, Part III, of the Rebecca Trilogy, Dr. B plays a geology-version of the famous game show Family Feud that we renamed the Geology-Field Game. Our guest, Professor Rebecca Flowers from the University of Colorado Boulder, tries to find out which one was the most popular answers from our geological survey, play […]

    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
36 Ratings

36 Ratings

Guada G. Smith ,

Love it!

I love listening to it on my commute to school! I personally enjoy listening because I am a geologist, but I think this podcast is also great for those who don’t have a strong background in geology as it’s so informative and fascinating!! Can’t wait to more episodes to come!

mikaeladaymoore ,

Scientific and Exciting

This is so exciting to have a network where earth science and the inspiration behind exploration can be discussed and shared. Looking forward to engaging in all of the different types of geology-centered podcasts that this network will showcase!

Madison Ward-Clemson ,

Madison Ward- Undergrad Geol

I love geology and I love podcasts, so this is awesome! I love to travel so when I’m in the car for long periods of time, podcasts are what I turn to. That first episode was great and very informative! There’s only a few geology podcasts out there, so thank you for expanding on our very small niche science field! My only critique is I wish these episodes were longer, seriously I could listen to information about geology all day.

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