Another day of Wooster Geology at GSA 2016: Volcanoes and Fossils

September 26th, 2016

jester-092616DENVER, COLORADO — On this second day of the Geological Society of America meeting we had several Wooster presenters. Above Cassidy Jester (’17) describes her developing Senior Independent Study work on Jurassic “snuff-boxes“.

wallace-and-kumpf-092616Dr. Pollock’s students Chloe Wallace and Ben Kumpf talked about their work on the geochemistry of a volcanic system in Iceland.wilson-092616

And there was me! This is my poster (With Caroline Buttler of the National Museum of Wales) on an Ordovician cave fauna.

taylor-092616Honorary Wooster Geologist Paul Taylor of the Natural History Museum in London also presented in our session. His project is the interpretation of a magnificent set of Carboniferous bryozoans.

poster-session-092616Finally, here is what a typical GSA poster session looks like. You can imagine the accompanying loud buzz of several thousand voices.

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