John starts the day with an introduction to Long Valley Caldera.
The group takes in a grand panorama of the Sierra crest.
Sarah helps the group orient itself.
Keith, Alex, and Marco... observing, sketching, interpreting!
Jacob, Charity, Sarah, Matt, and Steven record some careful notes in the field books.
Steven shares his interpretation with the group.
Big John and Mini-me show off their matching field outfits.
Alex stops to smell the sweet smell of a Jeffrey pine.
Marco on a pedestal... surrounded by 10,000 rocks!
Soon to be seen on a Nature Valley commercial!
Liz, Matt, and Bryan enjoy a bird's eye view from an obsidian spire.
Steven, deep in thought.
Michael reviews interpretations with the group.
Sarah stops and smells the... Jeffrey pines!
Ants on a log!
Group photo of 'Team Hoosier Geology' at Obsidian Dome.
Andrea, Keith, and Matt do some biometric measurements... It's a five-arm-length Jeffrey Pine!
The survivors after the hike down from Obsidian Dome!
Spectacular flow fabrics from Glass Creek Dome.
Matt, Andrea, and Sarah pick a comfy spot to record some observations.
Katie shares Roy Bailey's interpretation of the Glass Creek dome.
Differential viscosity between the pumice and obsidian flows.
Sarah tries out a "Hoosier Face Plant" in Glass Creek.
Now Keith has to try it!
Keith tries a nose dive at Convict Lake, while Marco, Andy, bryan, and Alex look on.
The boys (Marco, Keith, Andy) on top of their perch.
Elizabeth enjoys the late afternoon sunshine at Convict Lake.
Katie at the end of a hard day... That's one happy AI!
Michael enjoys a moment of R&R after five long days in the field.
The group meets with Dan Dawson, director of the SNARL lab.