https://youtu.be/mZhLp-Sa3Ug Ah Disneyland, the Happiest Place on Earth, home of Mickey Mouse, churros, and some shaky rocks. I've previously gone over how Walt Disney World is located in a very sinkhole prone area and that the Epcot World Showcase Lagoon is in part a massive sinkhole, but don't worry the Disneyland Resort has its own… Continue reading Could an Earthquake Destroy Disneyland?
The Strange Tectonic Coincidence of Mexico’s September Earthquakes
My undergrad advisor has a really interesting article in the New Yorker about the recent earthquakes that have struck Mexico—turns out it’s not the type of faulting you would expect in a subduction zone. The Strange Tectonic Coincidence of Mexico’s September Earthquakes
I thought I’d share my final project from Introductory Geology! I made this back in fall of 2011 when I had no idea I’d be going on to study geology. I was just psyched to be able to use my graphic design skills, and this is still probably my favorite thing I’ve ever made.