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  • Friday, October 9, 2020
  • 3:30 PM–4:30 PM
  • Virtual (on Zoom)

Jillian Herlinger (geology major), Neil Van Kanegan (geology major), and Peter Duimstra (geography major) used a geophysical tool called ground penetrating radar to map the subsurface in multiple locations: the Calvin University campus, a dune at Hoffmaster State Park, and bluffs along Lake Michigan. They will share the results of their geological mapping and insights into the nature of the subsurface.

The Department of Geology, Geography and Environmental Studies invites you to join us for a seminar on Shallow Subsurface Investigations on Friday (9 October 2020) afternoon at 3:30pm.

Join us on Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/97960666907?pwd=UjNrQUluTW9mSHdPcFVPQjJWQ3JmQT09.

The three presentations are:

“A Shallow Subsurface Investigation of the Calvin University Campus” by Neil Kanegan (geology).

“Assessing Coastal Landform Stability Using Geophysical Surveys” by Jillian Herlinger (geology).

“Using Ground-Penetrating Radar to Investigate a Sedimentary Archive at P.J. Hoffmaster State Park” by Peter Duimstra (geography).

Summary: Jillian Herlinger (geology major), Neil Van Kanegan (geology major), and Peter Duimstra (geography major) will present on their summer research projects. They used a geophysical tool called ground penetrating radar to map the subsurface in multiple locations: the Calvin University campus, a dune at Hoffmaster State Park, and bluffs along Lake Michigan. They will share the results of their geological mapping and insights into the nature of the subsurface.

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Join us on Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/97960666907?pwd=UjNrQUluTW9mSHdPcFVPQjJWQ3JmQT09

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