In the field
Below are some photos from field work, classes and seminars
Form left: Mérolyn, Lara and Deise in the Frades island examining outcrops of the Recôncavo Basin.
From left: John Isbell, Kate Pauls, Fernando Vesely, Bruno "Itararé" Souza, Eduardo "Borboleta" da Rosa, Nick Fedorchuk and James Amato during field work in southern Paraná Basin
Most outcrops in the Recôncavo Basin are accessible only by boat.
Setting up field camping in the Paraná Basin (Itararé Hotel)
With Alex Lombardo (UC-Davis student) during field work in the Vila Velha sandstone.
With professors Bira Faccini, Paulo Paim and Ernesto Lavina in the Paganzo Basin, Argentina
One of the main "roads" to the Guaratubinha Basin in the middle of the Atlantic rainforest.
Aurora in the Aquidauana river, western Brazil
Looking at deformed facies in the Recôncavo rift
Barbara on a modern salt pan in Death Valley
Thammy describes Jurassic fluvial and eolian deposits in the Paraná Basin
Lara enjoying Cretaceous rocks in the Recôncavo Basin, NE Brazil
A discussion in front of Carboniferous glacial deposits
Posing for photo after measuring a section
2016 field class on Carboniferous glacial deposits
Dani Schemiko on Jurassic eolian sandstones of the Paraná Basin
Examining deformation in mass-transport deposits