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PEARL - Patuxent Environmental & Aquatic Research Lab

A 3-day workshop at the PEARL to explore this issue in-depth by…Learning about problems related to power plant operations and the environment, and conducting a problem solving exercise, the students visited an operating Nuclear Power Plant’s cooling water structures by boat on the Chesapeake Bay, and took a...
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Solar Spring Break 2017 - San Pasqual Reservation

GRID Alternatives' Solar Spring Break gives college students from around the country the opportunity to spend their winter or spring vacation week installing solar in underserved communities.  Each project hosts 10-12 college students travelling to one of GRID Alternatives' regional offices in California, New...
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Carolina Geological Society Annual Meeting, October 28-3

Although hidden under age and vegetation, North Carolina (and the eastern US) has an incredible, complex geologic history -- rocks recording the open and closing of oceans, raging volcanoes, and the rise and fall of mountain ranges, to name a few. This year's Carolina Geological Society annual field trip, led by USGS...
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Eastern Section Seismological Society of America Annual

East Coast seismologists are still piecing together the story of the famous 2011 Virginia earthquake that shook NCCU, which, along with induced seismicity and other topics, was a focal point of this year's Eastern Section Seismological Society of America annual meeting in Reston, VA. In a field trip prior to the...
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National Society of Black Engineers Regional Conference

Richard Madumere, graduate student in the Environmental Earth and Geospatial Science department, presented at the NSBE (National Society of Black Engineers) regional conference in Charlotte and won the award for the best Technical Presentation.  His presentation was on the work that we did this summer on QA/QCing large...
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