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Kevin Yeager, a sedimentary geologist and environmental radiochemist in the Department of Earth and Environmental Science, leads a group of graduate and undergraduate research assistants in SER2L - the Sedimentary, Environmental and Radiochemical Research Laboratory. The lab - described by Yeager as one of the best in the nation - is home to...
The University of Kentucky's Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences (EES) formally opened the Pioneer Natural Resources Stratigraphy and Paleo-environments Laboratory at a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday, Feb. 14. The laboratory is situated on the completely renovated ground floor of the Slone Building. The project was undertaken with $900,...
On October 10, 2013, the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences held a Recognition Ceremony in partnership with Pioneer Natural Resources. Tom Spalding and Donny Loughry, both UK alumni, represented the company and presented two checks - one from Pioneer Natural Resources for $300K for three years of support for graduate fellowships and...
Hundreds of A&S students gathered to kick off the new school year at the Student Center on Tuesday, August 27th, 2013!
Beneath the Kentucky Horse Park, there is a cave system that feeds part of the Cane Run Watershed. Michael Farwell and James Currens showed us some of the technology used by the Kentucky Geological Survey to monitor groundwater quality, velocity, and temperature through the seasons. The Kentucky Geological Survey is in partnership with the...
Did you know that the Bluegrass region used to be a deep blue sea? Even though Frank Ettensohn has done geology tours before, the tour on April 21st was offered specifically for Earth Day celebrants. Faculty from the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences showed participants a wide variety of rocks and fossils from ancient seabeds and...

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