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As part of a Research I, Urban Public University, our mission is to advance the field of geosciences and the environment, to communicate knowledge through education, and to nourish diverse scholars through research and education in a sustainable academic environment.
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News From EES Department
Distinguished Women in Science Speaker Series on March 28

The Series Is Designed To Highlight The Achievements Of Leading Women Scientists Who Are Making A Difference In Society Through Their Research And Leadership. The Program Aims To Inspire The...

Dr. Hyeong-Moo Shin receives $436,000 National Institute of Health Grant

Dr Hyeong-Moo Shin, Assistant Professor Of Earth And Environmental Science Receives $436,000 National Institute Of Health Grant To Study Exposure To Perfluorinated Compounds And Risk For Autism Spectrum Disorders. Autism Spectrum...

Just Published
Terrestrial cooling and changes in hydroclimate in the continental interior of the United States across the Eocene-Oligocene boundary

One Of The Most Pronounced Climate Transitions In Earth S History Occurred At The Eocene-Oligocene Transition, 34.0 - 33.6 M.y. Ago. Marine Sedimentary Records Indicate...

Paleozoic sediment dispersal before and during the collision between Laurentia and Gondwana in the Fort Worth Basin

We Report Detrital Zircon U-Pb Ages In The Fort Worth Basin (southern USA) Aimed At Understanding Sediment Dispersal Patterns On The Southern Margin Of Laurentia...

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Field Camp
FieldCamp 2018

May 14 - June 13, 2018

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Camping at: Environmental geoscience and lake geochemistry in Arlington, TX. Pennsylvanian and Mesozoic sedimentary systems near Las Vegas. Regional geology and mapping in igneous and Metamorphic terrain in the Rio Grande Rift, Jemez and Tusas Mountains, New Mexico.