PUBLISHED WORKS, SCIENCE ARTICLES
AND METEORITE ADVENTURES
By Geoffrey Notkin
My work hasappeared in national and international publications, including Sky & Telescope, Wired, Meteorite, Rock & Gem, Geotimes, Lapidary Journal, Seed, Reader's Digest, Meteoryt (Poland), Paleontograph, The Village Voice, The Tucson EZ-Guide (Gem Show guide), Tucson Weekly, Mushroom (Germany), and in numerous other online and print media.

A selection of those articles are available online by clicking on the images below.

Geoffrey Notkin's complete bibliography of published works is available here

Follow our latest adventures in Geoff's personal online blog:
Meteorites and Meteorite Hunting with Geoff Notkin at Meteoriteblog.org

West, Texas (Ash Creek) Meteorite February 2009  

EAST OF WEST:
The West, Texas fireball and meteorite hunt


Steve Arnold, Sonny Clary, and friends joined Geoff Notkin and the Aerolite Meteorites team on the ground in central Texas immediately after the famous February 15, 2009 Texas fireball. We were searching for the newest visitors to planet earth. Join the West, Texas meteorite hunters in this exclusive photo journal >>>


Fiilming Cosmic Collisions for Discovery Channel  

DISCOVERING THE DISCOVERY STONE:
Filming a meteorite documentary in Kansas


I return to the Brenham strewnfield in Kansas where, together with my great friend Steve Arnold, we work on a three-part documentary for The Discovery Channel, and make quite a discovery ourselves. My Discovery Channel meteorite documentary photo essay is here.


Meteorite hunters at the Franconia strewnfield  

LINGUA FRANCONIA:
Deciphering Arizona's Meteorite Graveyard


Professor Jim Kriegh — discoverer of the Gold Basin meteorite — and I journey to Franconia, Arizona to hunt in a newly discovered strewnfield. We meet up with seasoned meteorite hunters Mike Miller, Ruben Garcia, and Sonny Clary and learn about their exciting new hunting techniques.

This article originally appeared in Meteorite magazine Volume 10, No. 1, August, 2004


Glorieta Mountain meteorite strewnfield  

THE LEGEND OF GLORIETA MOUNTAIN

I interview famed meteorite hunter Steve Schoner and trace his decades-long quest for an elusive gem-studded pallasite buried in the mountains of central New Mexico. His story begins with a childhood meeting with the legendary H.H. Nininger and ends with an extraordinary discovery.

This article originally appeared in Meteorite magazine Volume 7, No. 1, February, 2001

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