Post Tagged with: "Geological Sciences field trip"

Geology Students Decipher Minerals in Virginia, Visit Smithsonian

Field lecture by Dr. Keith Milam

Fourteen undergraduate students in Dr. Keith Milam’s mineralogy class traveled to Virginia to visit an urban rock quarry and decipher the rocks that hold clues to the geology of Eastern North America. For many of the students, this was their first chance to use in the field what they’ve been […]

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October 26, 2017 at 9:00 amIn Class News

Geology Students Gain Perspective, Skills Mapping the Rocky Mountains

2017 Field Geology participants in Montana

How did you spend your summer? Twenty-three Geological Sciences students and staff from Ohio University spent their summer mapping the geology of Montana, South Dakota, and Wyoming as a part of Ohio University’s capstone course in geology, GEOL 4910: Field Geology. Students braved 104 degree desert highs and summer mountain […]

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September 13, 2017 at 3:55 pmIn Class News

Field Camp 2014 Students Learn to ‘See’ the Geology—& Continue Snowball Fight Tradition

Field Camp 2014 Students Learn to ‘See’ the Geology—& Continue Snowball Fight Tradition

October 2014 Geological Sciences Newsletter Somewhere between West Virginia and Bighorn Basin, students developed the essential ability to “see” the geology. The summer of 2014 saw another successful edition of the Ohio University Field Camp, with 15 students and four faculty. Starting in West Virginia, and Chili at Dr. Green’s […]

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October 13, 2014 at 12:01 pmIn Class

Climb to the Top: Field Camp Puts Seniors to the Test

Allison Durkee ’13 has already been to the top of the world. At least that’s what the wooden signpost said. “Top of the World Store and Hotel … supplies and gas.” Somewhere in the northern Rockies. But there was no hotel for Durkee and the other students in the geology […]

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March 30, 2014 at 3:33 pmUncategorized