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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 • 37 Ratings

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

    The power is in Petrochronology with Eleanore Blereau

    The power is in Petrochronology with Eleanore Blereau

    Are you a gamer? Do you know the lingo? Marie Curie Fellow Dr Eleanore Blereau from the University of Leeds is not only a gaming expert, but she is also a petrochronology one. Eleanore explains to Dr. B and Dr. Silvia that petrochronology is a way to describe a field of science where petrologists utilize […]

    • 49 min
    Biostratigraphy with Marissa Betts from LLUNE

    Biostratigraphy with Marissa Betts from LLUNE

    This is the third and last of three special episodes in partnership with the Litho Lab University of New England or LLUNE for short. Which one is your favorite Gneiss Chats game? For this Special episode with Dr. Marissa Betts from LLUNE, Dr. B brings back the highly requested Dating Game. Which one is Marissa’s […]

    • 55 min
    Lost and Found in Tibet

    Lost and Found in Tibet

    Episode summary introduction: In this episode of Storybook Earth, Jess brings us a beautiful tale of her time spent exploring the wonders of Tibet, and how she unraveled her path to geology. Listen as she shares memories of her father and how his connection to his daughter led Jess to embark on a trip through the […]

    • 19 min
    Hunting for meteorites with Luke Daly

    Hunting for meteorites with Luke Daly

    In this episode Dr. B had an interesting chat with brilliant actor and researcher Dr. Luke Daly from the University of Glasgow. Luke explains the difference between meteorites, fireballs, meteoroids, and UFOs and how the fireball network monitors the ‘sky activity’ across the world to know when a meteorite hits the ground. They talk also […]

    • 55 min
    Rocks under pressure with Tim Chapman from LLUNE

    Rocks under pressure with Tim Chapman from LLUNE

    This is the second of three special episodes in partnership with the Litho Lab University of New England or LLUNE for short. Have you ever felt under a lot of pressure? Well, Dr. Timothy Chapman from LLUNE chats with Dr. B about rocks that formed at very high pressures (HP), way higher than the one […]

    • 50 min
    A Grand Canyon Twist!

    A Grand Canyon Twist!

    Episode summary introduction: In this episode of Storybook Earth, Jess unravels the amazing geologic history of the Grand Canyon! If you have never been to this incredible geologic wonder before, then this episode is the perfect place to begin. Jess leads you through time as if you were walking the Canyon yourself. She also details a […]

    • 15 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
37 Ratings

37 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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