1. Plate Tectonics 2013


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    Sheet Glass and Tempered Glass studies

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    • Droning Utah


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      Experience our 5 Day adventure exploring Utah. This short video consists of Aerial Video as well as Locked Off Time-Lapse footage.

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      • Wheeler Geologic Area - Rio Grande National Forest


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        The ride to Wheeler Geologic Area from South Fork at about 16x (most of the time). Music: Strand of Oaks "Goshen '97" https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/heal/id852347649

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        • geoLOGIC Tradeshow Loop


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          Promotional Video for software company, geoLOGIC, in Calgary, AB.

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          • Field Recording #1 - Water


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            One waterfall that I routinely walk past dumps tributaries and runoff streams directly into Lake Erie (making it a tidefall waterfall). The water rushes down in a horsetail pattern about 60 feet, pouring over thin bedded limestone, clay and Devonian shale before hitting a sandy beach where the deposition has a good amount of invertebrate shell mixed in with silica quartz, magnetite, and gypsum. Typically the base of the waterfall is a shallow and wide bowl full of water-worn cast offs of particulate cement and old red bricks in addition to weathered chunks of fossiliferous Columbus limestone. Last week I noticed a change in the beach structure, sand had deposited over the wide basin and a new path was being cut through the beach in a meandering pattern toward the lake. In 3 years I have not seen this pattern so I captured it with a series of short shots on my iPhone and put them together in this little field recording. I tried to focus on the various structural elements of the flow, varying my shots from spectator viewpoint (from a broader context scale at a near-vertical vantage point) down to participant viewpoint (from a near horizontal vantage point)​. Different activities of the flow are brought into focus: movement of water, erosion of sand along the meander, depositional flow of sand over pebbles under water, foam and bubbles rushing along, the modulation of speed at different points along the meander, ripples and wave patterns formed by floor structure, and the varying competition of sound between the waterfall and the rolling waves of the lake. This last feature is interesting because it provides an indication of my orientation to the falls and the lake, you can hear my movement between shots and you can sense my embodiment in space since my orientation and position go back and forth between the falls, the meander flow, and the lake. Most of the falls and lake shots are approached from near standing, while many of the meander flow shots are taken on my knees - even this makes a difference in how the water is perceived and experienced. Enjoy!

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            • 2011 HL Geologic Geometry Question C-1


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              How to solve the 2011 Geologic geometry question C-1

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              • 2012 Geologic Gemetry Question C1 HL


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                Video explanation on how to solve the 2012 Geologic Geometry Question C-1 Higher Level

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                • Rod Labrador & Geo from Blue Scholars: The Social Construction of Identity in Different Places


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                  Dr. Labrador from University of Hawai'i and Geo from Blue Scholars discuss topics concerning social identity and activism. Dr. Labrador's talk focuses on how 'identities are socially construted and affected by location and time.' He connects to the content of his presentation from his own personal experiences, being a Filipino born in Philippines, raised in California and living in Hawai'i as an adult. Identity construction and identity struggles are focal points in the discussion, and is actually relevant to Pacific University, particularly since students from the mainland and students from Hawai'i encounter new perspectives that differed from those they previously held towards each other. The second discussion comes from Geo from Blue Scholars. Geo has also had problems with identity and as a son of Filipino immigrants who have lived in Hawai'i and various parts of the west coast. Through Blue Scholars, Geo spreads his message of empowering marginalized groups, diversity, and social justice. Geo's talk focuses on social activism and how students can become active members in the communities and social movements that ehy share a passion for. Geo discusses struggles and triumphs of being socially active in the hope that other students become inspired and be a part of their community. Sponsored by: Department of Scoiology, Anthropology, and Social Work; Office of the President; College of Arts and Sciences; Division of Social Sciences; Center for Civic Engagement; ACE Board' Anthropology & Sociology Club; International Programs; Diversity Office; Student Activities & Multicultural Interests

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                  • OIA Geologic Startech II


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                    • Startech II - GEOLOGIC


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                      Nouvelle arc de la marque GEOLOGIC, le Startech II.

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