Africa’s Archipelago

With two thirds of Earth covered by water, it would be fair to question why we are called ‘Earth’ as opposed some other Aquarius name. This connection between land and water conjures up all sorts of beautiful images for me; from coral reefs to waves gently lapping sandy, golden beaches with palm trees fringed along... Continue Reading →

Volcanic Hot Spots

Geological time frame is not always easy for students to conceptualise. In fact, drafting maps and diagrams is a great start, along with the use of analogies. I remember being told by my teacher, that plate tectonics move at about the speed that your fingernails grow, which is actually the plate tectonic movement in New... Continue Reading →

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