This week several faculty and students are presenting at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting in Washington DC. If you're there, check out these great talks by Kevin Bean, Dr. Forrest Bowlick, Xin Li, Dr. Eve Vogel, and Dr. Piper Gaubatz:
A 1:24,000-scale geologic map and database of surficial materials has been released by the USGS for Massachusetts. This has been a major effort by State Geologist Steve Mabee and the Massachusetts Geological Survey, in collaboration with the USGS, since 2002. The database and map represents the culmination of nearly 80 years of state-federal cooperation and research.
“The world needs more hydrogeologists.”
The U-Mass International Programs office recently highlighted PhD student Marsha Allen and her goal of preventing water shortages on her native island of Tobago. Read more...
In New Orleans this week for The Association of American Geographers (AAG) annual meeting? Check out these presentations by U-Mass fauclty and students:
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Graduate student Hannah Baranes, along with her advisor Jonathon Woodruff, Smith College professor Jack Loveless, and Mamoru Hyodo (Japanese Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology) unveiled a new, GPS-based methods for modeling earthquake-induced tsunamis for southeast Japan along the Nankai Trough in a new paper published
We're proud to be presenting over 20 talks and posters this week at the annual meeting of the Northeastern Section of the Geological Society of America in Burlington, VT. Here's a list of of who's presenting and when:
- Professor George Emmert McGill passed away peacefully on Tuesday, March 13, 2018, in Amherst, Massachusetts at the age of 86.George was born on June 10, 1931, in Des Moines, Iowa. He moved to Minnesota for college, receiving his BA in geology and biology from Carleton College, and his MS in geology from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. It was in Minneapolis that he met Esterica Choban, who became his wife in 1955.
The geosciences department, internationally known as host to one of the top electron microprobe laboratories in the world, will add a new, state-of-the-art $1.1 million microprobe to its toolkit later this year, say professors Michael Williams and Michael Jercinovic, who direct the electron microprobe/scanning electron microscope facility in Morrill Science Center ...read more
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