Our recent field work around the western USA, dubbed “The Big Loop Trip”, covered about 6165 miles (9922 kilometers) and almost one month.  My graduate student John Sproul was with me for the entire trip; my former postdoc (now UC Berkeley Prof) Kip Will joined us for the portion of the trip from the Bay Area east to New Mexico and back to the Bay Area (about 4800 miles).  Here is our route:

Big Loop Trip 2013

Big Loop Trip 2013

My next few posts will be about some of our adventures and discoveries.

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