OGL in the news
Paleokarsts and sediment fills
Coring Douglas Lake (Michigan)
Antarctica 2002: CORING THE LAKES
Antarctica 2005: VIDA 1
Antarctica 2010: VIDA 2
Deep under for gold and biomarkers
Abu Dhabi sabkha and lagoon
Laguna Mendosa, Guatemala
Yellowstone Microbial films
Geological features at UIC
Geobiology Course 2015 - Luoth Chou
Just clouds and haloes
Flying over Greenland
Field trip to Missouri 2017
AN ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY PRIMER
A brief history of Organic Geochemistry
From bio- to geo-molecules
Going deep underground in a mine and in a pit for gold and biomarkers (Dome Mines, Timmins, Ontario, Canada).
Todd Ventura's field work (Ph.D. 2006)
On our way to Timmins (Ontario, CA) we saw many bears. One was sleeping on the warm asphalt.
They look cute from afar and fierce when they approach. We left quickly.
Hoyle Pond mine. It is a gold mine.
Fabien Kenig in the red overall that visitors must wear.
Todd Ventura working in the dark with our guide.
Waiting for the lift.
Going where gold is still extracted.
Climbing more, narrower and narrower path.
Gold is visible, in many places here. Spectacular.
NO, I COULD NOT KEEP THAT ROCK LOADED WITH GOLD.
Going deep in an open pit mine. Todd Ventura is sampling.
You can easily fit the Eiffel tower in here. It is more than 300 m deep.
Proudly powered by