Isaac Pope is a young undergraduate student with an insatiable fascination of geoscience, leading him to explore its numerous facets from a variety of perspectives (temporal, spatial, analytical, etc.) in the field and from various technical works. Isaac has studied numerous books ranging from graduate to professional level on ichnology, sedimentology, pure mathematics, and other disciplines which contributed to him beginning his college studies at the age of fourteen. With publications in peer-reviewed journals, he has not only conducted much university-level research on both geological and mathematical topics, but he is also greatly interested in education stemming from his desire to share the wonder of science and mathematics with others, primarily through expeditions to geologically interesting locales across Cascadia. While Isaac’s current research focuses primarily on Earth’s most recent transformations during the Quaternary, he relishes every opportunity to investigate other niches of geoscience.