What we are all about

Living on the Edge is the field study of earthquakes, volcanoes, and other hazards where tectonic plates collide. Field studies focus on understanding the science behind natural hazards that lead to catastrophic events and subsequent loss of life. Fieldwork is aimed at recognizing hazards and understanding the processes behind the hazards. The blog chronicles the participants and their experiences in Alaska Summer 2009

Thursday, April 2, 2009

How to post a comment?

Here is a quick lesson on how to post a comment, we know you want to know - we love to read them!

At the end of each post on the blog there is a line of small text that looks like this:
"Posted by Prof John Garver and Prof Jaclyn Cockburn at 12:06 AM 6 comments"
All you need to do to post a comment or read the other comments is click on the word comments.  It will open a new page and there you will see an option on the top right to write in your comments and read the other comments on the left.  You shouldn't have to create a profile, but it might be easier if you do.


  1. Happy Birthday to my awesome grandson. Look forward to all the pictures and stories.
    What a way to celebrate your 20th. birthday.
    Enjoy---We Love You, Tyler
    Nana and John

  2. Lizzie,

    Hello from your Uncle Patrick down in the lower forty-eight. All is well down here. I'm so excited to see that you're enjoying your experience. Keep having fun. Learn lots and let everyone know what Alaska is all about when you return. Stay safe!


    Uncle Patrick and Pam

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