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Get Ready For Trains Over Texas!
November 15, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

All Aboard! “Trains Over Texas” being constructed at TW TrainWorx headquarters   Create holiday memories by travelling across Texas by model railroad in this scratch built  “O” scale model. The multiple trains crisscrossing the state will visit important and unique places in our state’s geology and physiography. Destinations include oil country salt domes, prairies and […]

Geology Rocks! How I got involved with Occidental Petroleum
July 2, 2015 · Be The First To Comment

by Tania Campbell I’ve worked as a production geologist for 11 years for Occidental Petroleum, and while that is a long run with one company in the energy industry, it has gone by fast. I remember being introduced to rocks in middle school, but by the time I was in high school, I was more interested […]

HIPS HIPS HURRAY! [Dimetrodon Fossil Update]
August 17, 2011 · 5 Comments

Your HMNS field crew and lab staff score the missing pelvis! Willie the Dimetrodon continues to command the attention of your Paleo Dept. personnel. In May through June, David Temple led an intrepid crew who gently lifted the plaster jacket containing Willie’s torso, shoulder and rump. Local ranchers Donny Gale and Gary Max Coltharp once […]

Examining the Aftermath of Hurricane Ike
January 12, 2010 · 1 Comment

Today’s guest blogger is Bryan Carlile, an environmental cartographer and photographer. Bryan will join a panel of experts at HMNS on Jan 21 at 6 p.m. to discuss the threats that affect our Texas Gulf Coast. In the article below, Bryan discusses his interest in geospatial technologies and how he was involved in the aftermath […]


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