We find the latest and greatest geoscience research, then write about it in language that everyone can understand. Find out more about our writers below.
Editor-in-Chief and Co-Founder
An avid science writer, Kristina also enjoys riding bikes, drinking craft beer, and petting dogs. Follow her on Twitter: @kvrouwen.
Editor-in-Chief and Co-Founder
Charlie enjoys thinking about how erosion changes landscapes over time. Find out more at his website.
Hannah is a marine geophysicist. Her favorite mineral is olivine, and her website is over here.
Besides studying the relationships between hurricanes and climate, Alyssa enjoys reading, working out, and lounging at the beach. Find out more on her website.
David is a hydrologist and geology enthusiast. He likes to read, hike, and play the double bass. You can find him on twitter.
Lloyd is a paleoceanographer who investigates ancient climates on Earth, and enjoys swimming and playing the piano. You can find him on Twitter.
Emma is a student studying planetary science in London. She loves volcanoes, yoga, and Taylor Swift’s music. You can find her on Twitter.
Avery is a paleolimnologist and geo-science educator in Seattle. She’s loves water, bikes, and delicious food. You can find her on Twitter.
Tom is a geologist and palaeontologist in London. He’s a big fan of triathlons and scrambling up mountains. You can find him on Twitter.
Lillian is a marine organic geochemist studying the production and transformation of marine particles in Miami. She loves hiking, reading, and yoga. You can find her on her website.
Emily is a student studying geology and astrobiology in Los Angeles. She works in documentary film and loves gardening and playing the banjo. You can follow her on Twitter.
Yash is planetary geochemist 🧑🏻🔬 studying Formation and Evolution of the Moon🌕. He loves food, trekking and science fiction. You can find him on Twitter.
Shilpa is a young researcher with a Masters in Geography. She is an aspiring writer in science.
Davitia is a geologist from Dominica. She is interested in volcanoes, planetary science, and the overlap between geology and the humanities. She enjoys exploring Dominica’s many hiking trails in her spare time. This is her twitter.
Derek is an environmental microbiologist from Toledo, OH, USA. He is interested in how microbial metabolisms impact the chemistry of the Earth and human and ecosystem health (and vice versa) and how microbial interactions impact their physiology and ecology.
Max is fascinated by astrochemistry and history. He also loves hiking, reading, and to cook together with his friends.
Erin is pursuing a PhD in Earth & Planetary Science at McGill University, Canada. She spends her days trying to understand how life survives in the most extreme environments on Earth and is enthralled about the prospect of finding life beyond Earth and. She is also a contributing scientist to the NASA Perseverance Mission, which is currently seeking signs of life in Jezero Crater on Mars.
Jordan is a Geoscience graduate with an interest in volcanology and past climate change. He is also fascinated by the poltics and media portrayal of scientific issues.
Sean loves the fine things in life: the outdoors, a good book, and spectacular rocks. He is fascinated by how different scientific disciplines engage with one another.
Amber is an aspiring geoscientist. He loves trekking, rock climbing and reading.
Kelly is a microbiology Masters and PhD student at Oregon State University. He is interested in environmental microbiology and how it relates to climate and the health of the planet.
Borjana Bogatinoska is a passionate PhD candidate at the Open University in the Netherlands, specializing in environmental sciences. Her research is centered around nature-based solutions for climate adaptation and mitigation, with a particular focus on the social aspects of designing these solutions with stakeholders. Her work also involves evaluating the effectiveness of nature-based solutions for addressing flooding, drought, and carbon sequestration.
Shannon Bohman is a physical oceanographer interested in tea, cats, and communicating environmental science.
Daniela Osorio Rodriguez
Daniela is a geomicrobiologist from Bogotá, Colombia. She is interested in making science accessible to the public in English and Spanish. In her free time, she enjoys reading, writing, working out, and nature.