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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...

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...

Taking advantage of gorgeous late March weather, Earth and Environmental Sciences Academic Lab Coordinator Pete Idstein, held some outdoor volcano demonstrations for his students. For four days crowds gathered behind Scovell Hall as Idstein concocted the proper amounts of materials to pull off the...
In December 2011, Earth and Environmental Studies Professor and Chair Dhananjay Ravat received an honorary shawl at the Indian Geophysical Union's 48th annual conference in Vishakhapattanam, India.
On Thursday, October 20, 2011 The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences held a Recognition Ceremony for the $600,000 gift from Pioneer Natural Resources. The 2011 Rast-Holbrook Lecture followed.
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