Rocky mountains ride high on ancient rifted margin
The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Kentucky offers students a wide variety of potential job opportunities.
Potential Impacts of Hydraulic Fracturing on Drinking Water Resources: A Case Study in the Raton Basin, CO
Iben Browning’s New Madrid earthquake prediction and its impact
Moving beyond tradition: Rethinking field-based teaching and learning in the geosciences
Adventures from a science career at the convergence of geology, environment, disasters, health, and public service
Lunar Ice Deposits
The Carnian (late Triassic) Pluvial Episode: how the modern world began
"Stream piracy, river jacks, and geology's cheapest Ph.D.: Real stories of Appalachian geomorphology from southwest Virginia"