A Day in the GeoLife Series Form

Welcome to the ‘A Day in the GeoLife Series,’ where geoscientists share their professions!  This platform gives students and others interested in geosciences the opportunity to read about the lives of geologists, geographers and other geoscientists, whether they are working in the field, educating students, managing, interning or just plain exploring.  See the ‘A Day in the GeoLife Series’ menu at the top of the webpage or category at the bottom/side of the webpage for a growing series of posts from geologists or geology-related professionals and educators who have agreed to be featured to let others know who they are and what their typical day is like.  It’s a glimpse into their interesting world – so come join us!

If you work in the geoscience industry and would like to participate in this blog series, fill out the form below and send any pictures in .jpg to [email protected]. Please note that pictures must fall under your copyright. Your blog post will be published on my website and announced to website followers via email, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and Twitter.

Make sure to keep a copy of the summary after submitting your form, just in case.

Thank you for participating!


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  4. Ian Black

    Hi Sandie, I saw your request for experienced deepwater Geologists for some background information. If I can help let me know – I’ve been in the business for the last 25 years mainly in Africa, but have covered other parts of the globe, predominantly on exploration projects, but also heading up operations teams.

    1. Sandie Will

      Thank you, Ian. I’ve sent your information to the screenwriter. She’s gotten a lot of responses, so not sure who she will contact. Thanks, Sandie


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