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Angela Ribeiro, 2008
Ewa Burchard, 2008
Paul Day, 2012
Charles Fair, 2012
Eric Arney,, 2013
Jackie Chavez,, 2013
Tiffany Searle,, 2013
Angela Ribeiro's camp in the Zamaarin Mountains, 2005.
Liz Vasquez and Tiffany Searle visit the Mongolian's Summer Field Camp in 2010 and meet Professors Chuluun and Tsetseg.
Professors Chuluun, Tsetseg, and Batulzii share a traditional Mongolian feast with Diane Escobedo and Tom Kelty. The highlight of the meal was fermented mare's milk (koumiss).
Paul Day and Diane Escobedo make a new friend in Mongolia.
Robert Sauermann visits Mongolia in 2009 and 2012 to map active faults.
Angela Ribeiro on a Mongol horse.
Tom makes friends in Mongolia, 2004.
Graduate Students visit a decorated outcrop in Northern California.
Angela Ribeiro and Cathleen Zeleski collect data from outcrops near Lun.
Completed in 2007, the statue of history's best-known Mongolian, Chinggis Khaan at Sukhbaatar Square.
Gandantegchinlen Khiid is Mongolia's largest Buddhist Monastery (1838).
Angela Ribeiro at the Mongolian Ongot Monuments (~600 AD).
Eric Arney investigates mysterious carbonate rocks in the Roberts Mountains of Nevada (2011).
In 2009, Charles Fair discovers which direction the hills were transported in Jackass Creek (Roberts Mountains, Nevada).