Accretionary Wedge: July call for posts is up

The call for posts for the July Accretionary Wedge, hosted by volcanista's Magmalicious Blog, is up!


So July's topic is about your inspiration to enter geoscience. Was it a fantastic mentor? Watching your geologist parents growing up? A great teacher, or an exciting intro field trip? How did it happen?

The deadline for posts is July 10. Go to volcanista's announcement and leave her a permalink there when you've got something to add.

(Yes, I am shamelessly posting the same thing here and at the Accretionary Wedge blog. But ignore that, and go read volcanista's call for posts instead.)

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