Monthly Archives: September 2014

Sound and vision – a Lochbrow playlist

Over the years we’ve kicked around ideas about a playlist for Lochbrow. I’ve tried to scribble down whenever someone mentioned a song, or whenever I’ve come across something that seemed appropriate. I’ve turned everything I could remember into a Spotify … Continue reading

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Exciting results as the Lochbrow 2014 season draws to a close

So that’s it for another year. The Lochbrow 2014 season came to an end yesterday afternoon after a full week of survey. Unfortunately we were plagued by instrument problems, which meant that we were forced to change our plans several … Continue reading

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Wednesday 24th September

We’ve had another couple of good days at Lochbrow. Our numbers were increased slightly with the addition of a couple of volunteers yesterday and today, though both Liam and Robyn left today (Wednesday). We continue to be amazed by the … Continue reading

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Lots Of Lovely Filth, or The Sediments of Lochbrow

For the last however-many years I’ve been promising to write something about the geomorphology and Quaternary sedimentology of Lochbrow, and steadfastly failing to do so. It’s mainly because I’m a rocky Earth scientist, and don’t feel confident describing and interpreting … Continue reading

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Sun, survey and kites

Hello from what has been a very sunny and warm Lochbrow! In fact, so sunny and warm that we’ve been getting confused about what time of year it is. We’re just not used to being at Lochbrow and having really … Continue reading

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