Karl Leonard, Professor of Geosciences, and two geoscience students (David Ahumada and Karissa Beierle) attended the 2019 Williston Basin Core Workshop. The event familiarized scientists from academia and industry with the 19 hydrocarbon producing horizons represented in rock core housed at the newly remodeled William M. Laird Core Library. The workshop took place October 7 through 10 in Grand Forks, […]
Karl W. Leonard and four students from Anthropology and Earth Science attended a joint session meeting of the Geological Science of America held in Manhattan, Kansas earlier this week. David Ahumada, Karissa Beierle, Dom Mugavero, and Chris Perna presented a poster on the geological evolution of landscape exposed at the MSUM Regional Science Center.
MSUM students and a faculty member in Geosciences and Archeology from the Department of Anthropology and Earth Sciences attended and presented a poster at the Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America that took place in Indianapolis, IN from November 4-7. David Ahumada, Emily Hartwig, and Dominic Mugavaro presented a poster on the evolution of landscape and the implications […]
Geoscience professors Karl Leonard and David Kramar attended the 2018 Drone Focus Conference in Fargo, ND on May 30 and 31. The conference included talks by government officials emphasizing the new opportunities for UAS technologies on the northern plains, and workshops on the applications of unmanned aviation systems. Kramar and Leonard are currently conducting student-directed research using UAS at the […]