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Pat Donohue

Patrick Donohue is a fourth-year Ph.D. student working with Clive Neal at the University of Notre Dame, whose primary research focus is on the origin and evolution of high-titanium lunar basalts. He writes a geology blog and is active on Twitter under the username poikiloblastic. He's also an amateur photographer, shooting sports, and wildlife, and of course interesting geology!

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Six days in the crater (day one)

Posted 2012/02/03 10:02 CST | 0 comment

This is the first in a series of posts based on field notes and memories supplemented by background reading material from the Meteor Crater Field Camp that was held from October 17-23, 2010.

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