Hello! I am an associate professor at Dickinson College, which is located in Carlisle, PA. Most of my teaching and research interests are centered on processes related to rocks, minerals and volcanoes. I teach about Planet Earth, Environmental Hazards, Earth Materials, and Volcanoes. Most of my recent research is on interactions between volcanoes and ice, including work on lava flows from the 2010 eruptions in Iceland (Eyjafjallajokull and Fimmvorduhals), experiments on lava-ice-snow interactions conducted at Syracuse University, and studies of ancient volcanoes formed by eruptions through ice, located in British Columbia (Canada), Iceland, and even a bit of work on Martian deposits.
Most of my blog entries will likely focus on course field trips and updates on research results from several projects on which I’m presently working with collaborators from many different places. Please feel free to email me ( edwardsb at dickinson.edu) or leave a comment if you have questions.