PG workshop October 23rd, 2021 Speaker: Dr. Marion Buzon Topic: Mineralogy
AGS Monthly Meeting 600pm Pizza social 630pm Business meeting 645pm Lecture Speaker: Tamie Jovanelly, Berry College Topic: Geological Wonders of Iceland Iceland’s landscape has been shaped by dramatic forces over 30 million years. Its formation and ongoing evolution offers a masterclass in geophysical processes. Iceland is a dynamic place where the power and beauty of geology … Continue reading "AGS monthly meeting"
Subject: Geophysics Speaker: Yonesha Donaldson Yonesha Donaldson will be covering the fundamentals of geophysics and common geophysical methods used in hydrologic studies. Yonesha (Yannie) Donaldson is a Ph.D. student at … Continue reading "November PG Candidate Workshop"
AGS Monthly Meeting 6:00pm Pizza Social 6:30pm Business meeting 6:45 Lecture Speaker: Christy Visaggi, Senior Lecturer and Undergraduate Director in Geosciences at Georgia State University Topic: Overview of GSU Geology program research … Continue reading "AGS Monthly Meeting"
The Atlanta Geological Society will host a one-day, self-driven field trip from 9 am until 4:00 pm on Saturday, September December 4, 2021. The trip will begin at 9:00 a.m. … Continue reading "AGS Field Trip–Geology of Southeast Dekalb County"
Title: Red and yellow ochres used by the Himba and Nama people of Namibia: Mineralogical composition and characterization by XRD and SEM-EDS. Abstract: Ocher is a natural iron oxide earth … Continue reading "AGS Monthly Meeting"
Title: Better Understanding Seismic Activity in the Southeast USA: Case studies of the Eastern Tennessee Seismic Zone and Vicinity of the Thurmond Reservoir Abstract: The Eastern Tennessee Seismic Zone (ETSZ) is the second most active seismic zone in the eastern United States, after the New Madrid Seismic zone in the Mississippi Valley area. A few … Continue reading "AGS Monthly Meeting"
Title: Geology for the Next Generation: Purposeful Training in Geoscience Education Abstract: Speaker: Victor Ricchezza Bio:
Title: Title to be determined Abstract: Speaker: Randy Kath Bio:
Title: Hydrology of the Claiborne aquifer in Southwestern Georgia Abstract: The U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Georgia Environmental Protection Division, conducted a study to define the hydrologic properties of the Claiborne aquifer and to evaluate its connection with the Upper Floridan aquifer in the lower Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin in southwestern Georgia. Borehole geophysical … Continue reading "AGS Monthly Meeting"