“To raise new questions, new possibilities, to regard old problems from a new angle, requires creative imagination and marks real advance in science.”
- Albert Einstein -
It’s an Insect’s World, We Just Live on it: Exploring Entomogeomorphology as a Potential Subdiscipline of Geography
K.M. Groom (2022) Physical Geography. DOI:
Protecting Stone Heritage in the Painted Desert: Employing the Rock
Art Stability Index in the Petrified
Forest National Park, Arizona.
K.M. Groom, N.V. Cerveny, C.D. Allen, R.I. Dorn, J. Theuer
(2019) Heritage. 2(3): 2111-2123.
Defining Tafoni: Re-Examining Terminological Ambiguity for Cavernous Rock Decay Phenomena.
K.M. Groom, C.D. Allen, L. Mol, T.R. Paradise, and K. Hall
(2015) Progress in Physical Geography 39(6): 775-793.