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VU GeoNews 2003

dc.contributor.authorFurbish, David Jon
dc.identifier.citationVU GeoNews 2003 (November 2003)en
dc.descriptionNewsletter of the Vanderbilt Geology Department 2003en
dc.description.tableofcontentsTribute to Leonard Alberstadt -- Kaye Savage brings Environmental Geochemistry expertise to Geology faculty -- Letter from the Chair / David Jon Furbish -- Thomas Kalakay, Jonathan Gilligan and Kinzly Moore: key additions to Geology faculty -- Students walk, new graduates arrive -- Antarctica provides clues to ancient freshwater ecosystems and polar climates -- Hot spots: moving or fixed? -- Demystifying the history of China's Dabie Mountains -- Students present research at GSA -- Under the volcano: probing magmatic plumbing systems -- Brett Beaulieu: news from Washington -- Staff changes -- New department facilities: analytical, computational and structural -- Vaughan Research Scholarship Program, NSF REU's and VUSRP provide Geology undergraduates with research experienceen
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dc.publisherVanderbilt Universityen
dc.subjectSavage, K. S.en
dc.subjectFurbish, David Jonen
dc.subjectMiller, Molly F.en
dc.subjectGeological timeen
dc.subjectGilligan, Jonathanen
dc.subjectMoore, Kinzlyen
dc.subjectEnvironmental geologyen
dc.subjectPlate tectonics -- Hawaiien
dc.subjectPaleontology -- Triassicen
dc.subjectPaleontology -- Permianen
dc.subjectPaleontology -- Antarctica -- Transantarctic Mountainsen
dc.subjectSeamounts -- Hawaiien
dc.subjectEarth -- Mantleen
dc.subjectDabie Mountains (China) -- Historyen
dc.subjectAyers, John C.en
dc.subjectMiller, Calvin F.en
dc.subjectKalakay, Thomasen
dc.titleVU GeoNews 2003en
dc.description.departmentDepartment of Earth and Environmental Sciences

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