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The Geology Penguin

The Geology Penguin

by cpederso23
Meet the geology penguin!
He began his career in geology at home in Antarctica when he had the opportunity to shadow an Australian geologist studying bedrock outcrops poking through the ice. With his excitement peaked he traveled to the USA to pursue a degree in engineering geology. Now graduated, he works for a bustling engineering firm based in Colorado that takes him across western Canada and throughout the USA.
Along the way, he'll be joined by his field partner, the octopus intern, and rendezvous with friends and helpers, including the instrumentation mouse, and field toucan.
How would a penguin tackle geology challenges big and small? Take a look to find out!
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The Geology Penguin

Meet the geology penguin!
He began his career in geology at home in Antarctica when he had the opportunity to shadow an Australian geologist studying bedrock outcrops poking through the ice. With his excitement peaked he traveled to the USA to pursue a degree in engineering geology. Now graduated, he works for a bustling engineering firm based in Colorado that takes him across western Canada and throughout the USA.
Along the way, he'll be joined by his field partner, the octopus intern, and rendezvous with friends and helpers, including the instrumentation mouse, and field toucan.
How would a penguin tackle geology challenges big and small? Take a look to find out!

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Late post- apologies!
Greetings readers!

I wanted to apologize for missing my weekly post last week- I finished this entry in time but couldn't figure out how to post it with my phone (I was out of town on a family vacation and away from my computer).

In addition to this post, I will be adding the ink-and-color version of the latest Geology Bravo comic either this evening or first thing tomorrow morning!

Thanks for your patience,

Chris
@JChewy: Thanks! :D
Clever thinking!
@IDONTKNOWCORP: haha I'm glad you to hear it- thanks!
Holy crap this captures a drill site too perfectly XD
@Wendy: Thanks Wendy! So glad you enjoy it :)
Real-life Story
The creativity of Chris is impressive! I can tell that the story is 100% based on real-life experience from a hard-core engineering geologist. Love it!!!
@ForestOwlMei: Thanks! I'm so glad you enjoy it :D
I really love this so far : )
The gang battling the wind aboard the barge during marine works activities in the Northwest Territories. Barges with cranes equipped with clamshell buckets were used to dredge the lake bottom in preparation for construction, somebody thought it would be a good idea to have the team on board to participate.