Department of Biology, Geology and Environmental Science


I've had the pleasure of teaching at Branson Field Laboratory, the University of Missouri's Geology Field Camp, during recent summers.
The camp is located in the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming.

May 27 through June, 22, 2017







May 29 through July 11, 2016







May 31 through June 24, 2015







June 1 through June 24, 2014











June 5 through June 25, 2013











Miscelaneous images, 2010, 2011, 2012
















The old bridge in high water (... going ... going ... gone! June 4 and June 7, 2010), and the new bridge (2012).


June 3 through June 23, 2010

 

 

Snow in camp on June 12.




 

Owl chicks on a ledge in one of the field areas.

 



June 10 through June 24, 2009

 

 

The sign on Sinks Canyon Road.




 

Cattle in Sinks Canyon.

 




Sinks Canyon with Fossil Hill on the skyline and the red roofs of field camp cabins on the valley floor.


 

 

A student on George.




Yellow lichen on the Gypsum Spring Formation.

 



June 10 through June 24, 2008

 

 

Relatively high water on the Popo Agie River.




 

A moose outside my cabin window.

 


 

 

Bob Bauer, camp director,  explains field relations among deformed sedimentary rocks.




 

Examples of local flora.

 


 

 





 



 


 

 

The cabins (red roofs) of Branson Field Laboratory. Photo taken from "George" a high promontory above camp.




June 12 through June 21, 2007


 

Students eating lunch in the field.

 


 

 

Granite Knob from a moraine above camp.


 

Shinpaugh, Tommy, and yours truly with our backs to a 60-mph wind (my estimate) on Granite Knob.

 


 

 

Lunch on Granite Knob, sheltered from the wind.


 

A very large feldspar crystal on Granite Knob.

 


 

 

The view, looking down Sinks Canyon toward camp, from Granite Knob.


 

Shinpaugh takes the plunge in the Popo Agie.

 


 

 

A student ponders his location while mapping.

 

Cloverly, one of the smaller cabins at Branson Field Lab .