Tag Archives: 2022

  1. SciQuilt – Looking Out at the Ghosts of the Coast

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    December 23, 2022 by Dr. G

    This quilt, featuring a view of a ghost forest, was selected for the juried art exhibit The Changing Chesapeake.

  2. CO – AWG Outstanding Educator 2022

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    November 4, 2022 by Dr. G

    AWG established the Outstanding Educator Award in 1988 to honor well-established women college or university teachers who have played a significant role in the education and support of geoscientists within and beyond the classroom, in advancing the persistence of females and underrepresented minorities in geoscience careers, and in raising the profile of the geosciences by teaching to and for the broadest audience of students.

  3. DrGw390 – touring around Cape Town

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    June 21, 2022 by Dr. G

    My time at sea and touring the sites in and around Cape Town with my new colleagues and friends has ended – but my journey with the JR will continue…

  4. DrGw390 – Cape Town, here we come

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    June 15, 2022 by Dr. G

    When I first started on Expedition 390, my intent was to try to take one photo a day to capture my experience at sea. But there is so much going on and so much that I am doing, it is quite a challenge to keep all of the activity to one photo and tweet! But here is a collection of images from our final days transiting back to Cape Town and in port before departing the ship.

  5. DrGw390 – last stop, Site U1559

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    May 29, 2022 by Dr. G

    When I first started on Expedition 390, my intent was to try to take one photo a day to capture my experience at sea. But there is so much going on and so much that I am doing, it is quite a challenge to keep all of the activity to one photo and tweet! But here is a collection of images from our days at our final site, Site U1559 (May 19-May 23).

  6. DrGw390 – moving on to Site U1557

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    May 21, 2022 by Dr. G

    When I first started on Expedition 390, my intent was to try to take one photo a day to capture my experience at sea. But there is so much going on and so much that I am doing, it is quite a challenge to keep all of the activity to one photo and tweet! But here is a collection of images from our days at our second site, Site U1557 (May 11-May 18).

  7. DrGw390 – still at first site, holes, U1556C/D/E

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    May 21, 2022 by Dr. G

    When I first started on Expedition 390, my intent was to try to take one photo a day to capture my experience at sea. But there is so much going on and so much that I am doing, it is quite a challenge to keep all of the activity to one photo and tweet! But here is a collection of images from our days at our first site, Holes U1556C/D/E (May 6-May10).

  8. DrGw390 – at first hole, U1556B

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    May 12, 2022 by Dr. G

    When I first started on Expedition 390, my intent was to try to take one photo a day to capture my experience at sea. But there is so much going on and so much that I am doing, it is quite a challenge to keep all of the activity to one photo and tweet! But here is a collection of images from our days at our first hole, U1556B (April 20-May5).

  9. DrGw390 – in transit to first site

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    April 27, 2022 by Dr. G

    When I first started on Expedition 390, my intent was to try to take one photo a day to capture my experience at sea. But there is so much going on and so much that I am doing, it is quite a challenge to keep all of the activity to one photo and tweet! But here is a collection of images from our days of transit after we departed Cape Town on April 12 and arrived at our first site on April 20.

  10. DrGw390 – departing Cape Town

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    April 15, 2022 by Dr. G

    (*If you missed my first post on my JOIDES Resolution adventure, I encourage you to start with DrGw390 – Week …
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  11. DrGw390 – Week of quarantine

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    April 8, 2022 by Dr. G

    I’m heading out on an oceanographic journey, a two-month journey at sea with an international team of scientists, technicians, and …
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  12. Still waiting for my ships to sail… my journey back to the ocean

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    March 18, 2022 by Dr. G

    Here’s my story of waiting to head out to sea, how my best-laid sabbatical plans were interrupted by a pandemic

  13. SciQuilt – Sharing the Ocean Biome with ESWN

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    March 8, 2022 by Dr. G

    Hanging quilt with ocean-themed fabrics

    When asked if I had a quilt to donate to the ESWN 20th anniversary raffle, I knew I wanted to further share the focus of starting ocean conservation wtih the biome instead of individual species

  14. SciQuilt – When Snow is a No-Show for the Iditarod

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    March 3, 2022 by Dr. G

    The Iditarod celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2022. But with warming temperatures, how much longer can the race be run?

  15. SciQuilt – NOAA’s key focus areas

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    February 20, 2022 by Dr. G

    NOAA quilt hanging on wall

    This is my first NOAA-themed quilt, highlighting the key focus areas of NOAA’s work.

  16. SciQuilt – What to know before we go (on IODP Exp. 390/393)

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    January 4, 2022 by Dr. G

    Photo of quilt hanging on a wall

    When I asked the science co-chiefs of IODP Expeditions 390/393 what one piece of information they would like everyone to know about this upcoming work, here is what they had to say…

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That’s a “W” for the Sixers today! Now if the other Philly team can get a “W” tomorrow…. Nice to see Franklin and Swoop supporting each other. We’re not called The City of Brotherly Love for nothin’!
Starting #SciArtFriday by cutting fabric for a new @joides_resolution #EXP390 quilt. I’ve never focused so much on cutting! The fabric is Three Cats/Da Gama Textiles that is made in South Africa & where I purchased it post-expedition. No room for errors - it’s a long way to get more! (unless @clairerouty wants to go with me to Cape Town again! 😂)
Dropped these winter hats off at the @psu_bw_socialimpact center today. So glad that my de-stressing #crocheting can provide some winter gear for campus students (but 7 hats made in the past month - eek! It’s been an interesting start to the semester….)
I like to celebrate the small victories… like sewing a zipper for the first time! I took a class today at #vikingsewinggallery and made a pillow with a hidden zipper. Oh, the future possibilities….
I'm excited to share the first quilt in my new mini quilt collection. It is a celebration of the Endangered Species Act, which turns 50 this year. I'll be restarting #FrontDoorScience this year to share a new quilt each month with those walking through the neighborhood. I'm starting with this one (& thanks to @legalquilts for picking up the center fabric for me while I was out to sea! It is serving as the inspiration for the collection.). To learn more about this quilt, click on link in bio.