A Surveyor of Common Wealth: James Cobb and the Kentucky Geological Survey
James Cobb is the director of the Kentucky Geological Survey, which works closely with the Earth and Environmental Sciences Department at the University of Kentucky. In this interview, Cobb describes the types of work geologists do across the Commonwealth of Kentucky, which includes mapping geologic hazards and mineral and water resources. Cobb also discusses some of the geologic formations that make our region unique, such as the New Madrid Fault.
This podcast was produced by Cheyenne Hohman.
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