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GSA short course on organic, light and clumped stable isotope geochemistry in the 21st century (principles, practices and novel applications) taught at CU by Katie Snell, Julio Sepulveda, Sebastian Kopf and Brett Davidheiser-Kroll on Saturday September 24th.
Please visit GSA course information for details and registration
Are you a CU graduate student interested in participating in this course?
please email Julio Sepulveda (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a brief description of how this
course would benefit your graduate studies.
Geological Sciences' Mike Willis is pleased to announce that the state of Alaska, the first data from the ArcticDEM project, is now available for download from http://ArcticDEM.org. Included is a 5 meter posting mosaic, a large number of 2m posting time-stamped strips, viewers, web services
Alaska Has Finally Been Mapped as Precisely as Mars
NSF, NGA release first unclassified digital elevation models of Alaska
NGA, NSF release 3-D elevation models of Alaska for White House Arctic initiative
The Golden Age of Rock - A story about this summer's joint CU/University of Wollongong class
Julien Allaz has received the very prestigious K.F.J. Heinrich Award
Giant 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