by Christopher Keane Friday, November 14, 2014
For our 2014 year-end issue, we decided to continue a new tradition begun last year, once again asking the EARTH editorial team and several of our regular contributors to offer short commentaries on topics that caught their fancy or ideas they’ve been mulling over the course of the year. The topics are often very personal and are quite varied, although many of the contributions seem to tie into one of two themes: lists and family.
FAMILY TRIPS, LIBERATION FROM LISTS AND OTHER MUSINGS FROM 2014 | Christopher Keane
BEWARE THE LIST THAT SKEWS YOUR VIEW | Timothy Oleson
I WISH I COULD REMEMBER ALL THE THINGS I’VE FORGOTTEN | Megan Sever
MOUNTAINS BEYOND MOUNTAINS | Mary Caperton Morton
MINOR MINERS: A BRIEF REFLECTION ON CHILD LABOR UNDERGROUND | Sara E. Pratt
WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD TO EXPLORE | Terri Cook
FAMILY INSPIRATION FOR MY CAREER(S) IN TRANSDISCIPLINARY SCIENCE | Geoff Plumlee
WALKING - AND MENTORING - ON THE WILD SIDE | Scott D. Sampson
CHESS AS A SCIENTIST | Jacob Haaq-Misra
CRYSTAL BALL SCIENCE: IN THE ENERGY SECTOR, FOLLOW THE MONEY IN 2015 | Michael E. Webber
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