Stromatolites, Basalt and Sharks: Wooster Geology Student Posters at GSA (Part 1)

November 1st, 2010

DENVER, COLORADO — The first set of Wooster geology student posters have been successfully delivered at the Geological Society of America annual meeting. Three of our students did very well with their clear graphics, intelligent explanations, and winning smiles.  Elizabeth Deering (’11) presented her I.S. work on Eocene stromatolites in Utah, Becky Alcorn (’11) described her work with Icelandic sub-glacial basalts, and Andrew Retzler (’11) discussed his Cretaceous shark and other fish teeth from Israel.

Elizabeth Deering ('11) and her GSA poster.

Becky Alcorn ('11) and her GSA poster.

Andrew Retzler ('11) and his poster.

2 Responses to “Stromatolites, Basalt and Sharks: Wooster Geology Student Posters at GSA (Part 1)”

  1. […] is a Geoscience Councilor for CUR. Her contribution was coauthored with Dr. Mark Wilson. Wooster students and faculty presented results of international research from Iceland and Isreal during this GSA […]

  2. […] communicate their research in a number of ways, including poster presentations. In fact, many of our students give poster presentations about their I.S. research at National GSA Meetings and in Wooster’s I.S. Symposium. So today’s Petrology lab was transformed into a […]

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