Tag: geology and environmental geosciences
Geology professor Cass Runyon was at the Orion launch, and alum David Weiss ’12, a Mars researcher, might be involved in the first manned trip to the planet.
The exhibit likely contains the highest density of fossil cetaceans on display anywhere in the world. The museum is free and open to the public.
College of Charleston geology professor Barbara Beckingham shares her expertise on microplastics, an increasingly significant environmental threat
Ransom White ’06 was exposed to sea floor mapping as a geology major at the College. Now he’s working as a hydrographic surveyor in the search for the Malaysia Airlines plane.
Project Oceanica, founded in 2001 by College of Charleston associate professor of geology Leslie Sautter, provides opportunities for students to explore our vast underwater world.
Cassandra Runyon, an associate professor of geology and director of South Carolina EPSCoR, will oversee the management and administration of a research project that seeks to develop new technologies for use in NASA space missions.
There are questions, though, about just how much potential South Carolina has for energy development. Mitchell Colgan, chairman of the geology department at the College of Charleston, says there is not much oil off the coast of South Carolina, and that the economics of harvesting Atlantic natural gas are questionable given that the nation is […]