Twitter: @DrAndyKass

Amazing advances are being made every day.  From CERN to universities to national labs to the private sector, it’s tough to keep up.  So this is simple musings of a research geophysicist with interests across the board.  My goal has always been to learn something new every day; maybe with this blog I can help someone else do that too.  It will also push me to come up with new things to write about, and thus actually read some papers…


I’m Dr. Andy Kass.  I’m a research geophysicist with the Crustal Geophysics and Geochemistry Science Center at the US Geological Survey (This is not, however, a USGS blog).  I got my PhD from the Colorado School of Mines in geophysics (minor in math) with a specialty in electromagnetics.  Hence, Faraday’s Headache.  I’m also my advisor’s headache, but thankfully for him I’m someone else’s problem now.


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