Post Tagged with: "Greg Springer"

Springer Co-Authors Article on North America Orbital-Scale Climate Variability, Glaciers

Dr. Gregory Springer

Dr. Gregory S . Springer , Associate Professor and Chair of Geological Sciences at Ohio University, co-authored an article on Eastern North American climate in phase with fall insolation throughout the last three glacial-interglacial cycles in Earth and Planetary Science Letters. His co-authors are Hai Cheng and R. Lawrence Edwards […]

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July 10, 2019 at 7:46 amResearch

Enquirer Quotes Springer on Landslides Becoming More Common

Dr. Gregory Springer

The Cincinnati Enquirer quoted Dr. Gregory Springer, Associate Professor and Chair of Geological Sciences at Ohio University, in a story headlined “‘It’s like someone put a bomb in your yard.’ Landslides in Greater Cincinnati are bad. And they’ll probably get worse.” As the earth warms, it means the atmosphere can hold […]

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March 6, 2019 at 7:47 pmFaculty in the News In the News

Geology Alumni Symposium | Megatrends in the Geosciences, March 29, 30

Dave Applegate

The Department of Geological Sciences and the Geological Sciences Alumni Advisory Board present a symposium discussing “Megatrends in Geosciences” on Friday, March 29, and Saturday, March 30. The 2019 Geological Sciences Alumni Symposium is March 29-30, 2019, on the Athens Campus. Registration is free and open to all alumni and […]

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February 2, 2019 at 9:15 amAlumni Events

Geology Student Gets Enhancement Award for Work on Stalagmites, Wildfires

Kelli Baxstrom

  From Office of Research News Geological Sciences graduate student Kelli Baxstrom received an Ohio University Student Enhancement Award of $4,804 for her research on Stalagmites and Wildfires. He mentor is Dr. Gregory Springer, Associate Professor and Chair of Geological Sciences. A total of 27 students received $131,187 in funding. […]

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March 29, 2018 at 1:56 pmNews Research

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

‘How Do You Find a Cave You Can’t See?’

‘How Do You Find a Cave You Can’t See?’

How do you find a cave you can’t see? How do you stop a potential landslide? Ohio University students found a way. “Ever wish you could go somewhere truly unexplored?” asks Neha Gupta, a Geological Studies graduate student who produced Hunting Cave Blowholes with an Infrared Camera. “Finding unexplored cave […]

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May 8, 2013 at 10:52 pmNews