Looking for the 2023 trenchiest trench pictures

Hey paleoseismicity nerds!

At the wonderful Inqua meeting in Rome I saw plenty of presentations and posters with trench pictures. After the first edition in 2022, it’s time to look for the trenchiest trench pictures of 2023. Here’s what you need to do:

  1. Take a break from your too-serious-work
  2. Open the folder with all the field photos
  3. Choose the best/funniest/strangest ones
  4. Smile
  5. Post them on Twitter and tag @GingerFault or send me an email since the bird app is quickly agonizing.

This year categories include “trench with a view”, “the devil is in detail”, “holy cow!”, “trench mindfulness” plus other random stuff which I cannot reveal right now since I still have to figure them out.

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Francesca Ferrario

I work at the Insubria University in Como, Italy (http://perigeo.uninsubria.it/) I'm interested in active tectonics and late Quaternary environmental evolution aimed at mitigatin natural hazards.

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