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Current NewsGiant bird browsed in the Arctic twilight 50 million years ago Also featured in the 3/13/2016 Daily Camera
Karen Chin cited in BBC article
Ancient extinction of giant Australian bird points to humans
Charles Shobe received the Rober K. Fahnestock Award from GSA. The grant is awarded for the best proposal in sediment transport or related aspects of fluvial geomorphology
Chuck Stern awarded the Herbert Thomas Prize by the Geologic Society of Chile for outstanding contributions to the understanding of the geology and the development of geological sciences in Chile by a non-Chilean scientist.
Last lake on Mars? A 3.6 billion-year-old dried-up lake may have held potentially habitable surface water
This fall, Paul Weimer receives the Doris Malkin Curtis Medal from the GCSSEPM, which recognizes geologists for their career contributions in the development of new concepts for understanding the geology of the Gulf of Mexico Basin and other basins globally. He also received Honorary membership in the New Orleans Geological Society.
Jenny Nakai wins SSA student presentation award
Bob Anderson awarded the 2015 G.K. Gilbert Award in Surface Processes
Becky Flowers selected as one of 3 Mineralogical Society of America Distinguished Lecturers
Study: 2013 Front Range floods caused a thousand year's worth of erosion
Geology professor named Birdsall-Dreiss Lecturer