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J. W. Daniels, MSc

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Umm…Is this thing still on??

Wait...am I the only one still using this thing?  Where'd the other Neish blogs go...?  Hello...?! ************************************************************* I've found some work!  It's contract-based work at a small exploration company, but it'll involve some time outdoors in various places in Canada... Continue Reading →

Final Figures?

In anticipation of having to submit my Masters Thesis for review by Canada's 151st birthday, I've been working to finish up the Thesis itself as well as the two results figures my work has been geared to create over the... Continue Reading →

Almost literally blown away

Now that the Mercury meeting is over and done with, and I'm back home safe and sound, let's post on some of the highlights this past week. Once again, I did a poster presentation.  Abstract:  https://www.hou.usra.edu/meetings/mercury2018/pdf/6018.pdf I also was made aware... Continue Reading →

Update in the FranXX

One conference down, one more to go.... The "Mercury Conference" is this May 1-3, and unlike with LPSC I'm gonna be all alone on this one; Dr. Neish will be at the Dragonfly conference (?) nearby, at around the same... Continue Reading →

LPSC! (Not much else to write about…)

I had the fortune of being able to attend, and even present, at the 49th-annual LPSC (Lunar and Planetary Science Conference) last week, in the Woodlands, Texas (a suburb of Houston). I really only did two things at LPSC:  Listen... Continue Reading →

Not much of an update….

Been busy marking essays.... Also, Reading Week last week! Also, I've been composing a draft of my Thesis' introduction. *********** My spiceinit-ing is finished for my unnamed craters still requiring MDIS swatches, though.  Very soon, I'll have completed QGIS files... Continue Reading →

A Mercurian “Hybrid Theory”?

24 of my 36 Mercurian craters have been almost fully analyzed at this point, and so a plot akin to what is present in Neish et al. (2014) and Neish et al. (2017) has been derived for these craters: The... Continue Reading →

An upcoming hiatus, + another small update.

As the Winter 2017 school year wraps up for me, I am soon coming up on many months of "free time" where I can really spend time on my Masters thesis -- instead of any chance I can get for myself.... Continue Reading →

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