ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Some readings from around the web:
- For those following water planning efforts in the Middle Rio Grande, an interesting discussion from Chris Brooks on similar work now going on in Tucson.
- Albuquerque physicist Mark Boslough on this morning’s ABQJournal op-ed page on “The Real Climate Controversy.”
- My new favorite blog: Pathological Geomorphology. Geomorphology is the study of the forces that shape the landforms around us, mostly erosion. The blog consists of a series of entries on really, really strange examples, complete with satellite imagery. It’s only been around a couple of days, but already has a delightful set of images on offer.