Speakers



2019

October
C. W.  Myers
“Underground Space Resource of Granitic Plutons In Georgia”
2019 October Speaker Bio and Abstract

September
Dr. Steve Fitzpatrick
“Deep Soil Core Monoliths: Artifacts of Soil Development”
2019 September Speaker Bio and Abstract

August
Dave Fenster
“Why is Applied Geology Important in Nuclear Power Plant Siting?”
2019 August Speaker Bio and Abstract

July
No meeting, summer break

June
The June Social
June 2019 BBQ Social

May
Nils Thompson
“Climate Change: Just the Facts”
May 2019 Speaker Bio and Abstract

April
Ben Bentkowski
“The Geology of the Isle of Skye”
2019 April Speaker

March
Raya Greenberger
“Investigating Rare Biomineralization Structures in Trilobites”
2019 March Speaker

February
Charles Livinston
“The Life of a Geologist”
2019 February Speaker

January
January meeting was cancelled due to inclement weather and the museum being closed. The speaker was rescheduled for March 2019.

2018

January
Anthony (Tony) J. Martin
“The Evolution Underground: A Geological History of Burrows and Burrowing Animals”

February
Abigail S. Knapp
“Hydrologic Drivers of Harmful Algal Blooms in two Piedmont Reservoirs”

2017

2017 October 31 AGS Meeting:  Cameron Muskelly
Bio: Cam is a paleontology enthusiast and Deep Time Traveler with a special interest in the Cretaceous of Georgia. He comes to us from the Georgia Mineral Society and is a paleontology/geology student at Georgia Perimeter College. Cam was an invited speaker on paleontology at the Atlanta March for Science on April 22, 2017. He is a Georgia native. For more about Cam go to: https://paleosoc.org/paleo-interview-with-cam-muskelly/ .