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Students, alumni, faculty present research at geology meetings

Five Colorado College students, two alumni and three CC professors presented research at Geological Society of America and American Geophysical Union meetings in recent months.

Jonathan Rotzien '07 and Jeffrey Noblett, professor of geology and associate dean of the faculty, presented "Magnetic Exploration and Modeling of the Thumb, Navajo Volcanic Field," at the GSA meeting in St. George, Utah.

Karri Sicard '07, Jessica Creveling '06 and Paul Myrow, chair and professor of geology, presented "Comparison of the Late Upper Famenian Isotopic Record of Germany and
Southwest U.S." at the GSA meeting.

Justin Strauss '06 and Myrow presented "Late Devonian Chaffee Group: Age Revision and Recognition of Global Oceanographic Events."

Helen Lynn '07, Betsey Friedlander '07, Steve Quane, visiting assistant professor of geology, and Christine Siddoway, associate professor of geology, presented "Experimental Welding of Pyroclastic Deposits: Rheology and Strain."

Sylvie Fadrhonc '07 presented a poster, "U-Pb SHRIMP Investigation of the Timing and Duration of Melt Production and Migration in a Pacific Margin Gneiss Dome, Fosdick Mountains, Antarctica," co-authored by CC associate professor of geology Chrisine Siddoway and others, at the American Geophysical Union, held in San Francisco in December 2006.

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