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  • What is geology? The work of geologists - by Geologists study earth processes: Many processes such as landslides, earthquakes, floods and volcanic eruptions can be hazardous to people. — “What is Geology? - What does a Geologist do? - ”,
  • Geologists explaining the importance of volcanic ash layers to students on field in Iceland Geologists, compared to scientists engaged in other fields, are generally more exposed to the outdoors than staying in laboratories; although some geologists prefer to perform most of their studies in the lab. — “Geologist - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Geologist along with Geophysicists play a particularly important role in exploration, where success is a first requisite for future production and reserve replacement. Geologist conduct studies of prospective areas. — “Geologist”,
  • Ask earth scientists at USGS questions about volcanoes, earthquakes, mountains, rocks, maps, ground water, lakes, or rivers through email. — “USGS: Ask-A-Geologist”, walrus.wr.usgs.gov
  • Rock hammers, rock picks, fossil hammers, books, magnifiers, tumblers, geological maps and all types of gear for the geologist and rockhound. — “Amateur Geologist”,
  • A geologist's salary is based upon their level of education and the area of geology they are entering into. — “Geologist Salary”,
  • Every Geologist job on the web. 2,538 jobs available. Recent Jobs: Geologist/Environmental Scientist, Geologist, Senior Geologist, Project Manager/Geologist, Environmental Scientist/Project Geologist. — “Geologist Jobs | Simply Hired”,
  • geologist ( jē′äləjəst ) ( geology ) An individual who specializes in the geological sciences. — “Geologist: Definition from ”,
  • Geologists are 'scientists' with unnatural obsessions with beer and rocks. Often too intelligent to do monotonous sciences like biology, chemistry, or physics, geologists devote their time to mud-worrying, volcano poking, fault finding,. — “Geologist - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia”,
  • Definition of geologist in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of geologist. Pronunciation of geologist. Translations of geologist. geologist synonyms, geologist antonyms. Information about geologist in the free online English dictionary and. — “geologist - definition of geologist by the Free Online”,
  • Geologist. Geology is the study of the solid earth, its rocks and minerals. Geologists are the 'field hands' of earth science: without ground-based observation to confirm or expand on space-based tools, we would have an incomplete or even inaccurate picture of our planet. — “Geologist”, kids.earth.nasa.gov
  • The Webelos Geologist Activity Badge is one of 20 different Activity Badges that can be earned in the Webelos Scout Program. The requirements are typically worked on during den meetings or den activities while the skills are practiced at home, with the help of the Webelos Scout's family. — “Geologist - MeritBadgeDotOrg”,
  • Geologist definition, a person who specializes in geologic research and study. See more. — “Geologist | Define Geologist at ”,
  • Geologist - Mercenary Geologist Michael S. "Mickey" Fulp is one of many geologists searching for economic deposits of base and precious metals, industrial minerals, coal, uranium, and water in North and South America and China. — “Geologist - Mercenary Geologist Mickey Fulp Gold Geologist”,
  • Description of a career as a geologist. Such geologists are in the forefront of decision-making when nuclear and chemical waste disposal problems are being resolved. — “career geologist”,
  • Geologists study the physical structure and processes of the Earth. Professional geologists work for a wide range of government agencies, private firms, and non-profit and academic institutions. — “Geologist - Definition”,
  • Geologist Salaries - Research careers in geology and geologist salaries by location, industry, age & more. Get a free geologist salary comparison report. — “PayScale - Geologist Salary, Average Salaries, Geologist Salaries”,
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  • The aim of this article is to explain tentative geologist salary range and also geologist job description to some detail. Read on to know more. Geologist Salary. — “Geologist Salary”,

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  • by the map below which covers the area from Lake St Clair Glennies Creek Dam in the west to Chichester Dam not named but directly north of Dusodie and Tillegra Dam Site in the east In this map the large green arrow identifies Lostock Dam All the dams mentioned Glenbawn Glennies Creek Lostock and Chichester are located in the same Carboniferous sequence of

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  • Geologist David Ray Williamson on lignite David Ray Williamson, a geologist from Shreveport, Louisiana, speaks about the impact of lignite development in Louisiana and Mississippi during a public meeting Monday, December 20, 2010 at Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia. The meeting was held to discuss the potential development of known lignite deposits in South Arkansas. The meeting was called by State Rep. Garry Smith (D-Camden) and SAU's Natural Resources Research Center. video.
  • Smithsonian geologist puts Eyjafjallajökull eruption in perspective Eyjafjallajökull's eruption may be a hassle if you had any transatlantic flights planned this summer. For scientists, however, volcanic eruptions are the only way they can obtain samples from deep within the Earth to learn more about our planet, its formation, and its ongoing evolution. How long will this eruption last? How does it compare to other volcanoes around the world and throughout history? Smithsonian Geologist Liz Cottrell helps put this recent eruption into perspective.
  • Environmental Geologist Helps A Lot Get the assurance that you need from the pros. Get the help on environmental geologists and they will help you through all the processes of Environmental Site Assessment. Learn more on
  • Charles Darwin, Geologist UMBC History Professor Emerita Sandra Herbert talks with host Dr. Joe Tatarewicz about her career as a Darwin scholar and her most recent book, "Charles Darwin, Geologist."
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  • Shades of Green: Geology While the towering canopies of the forests across the Tongass mark the landscape and form majestic scenery, some of the most important aspects of the Tongass are invisible - beneath the surface. Formations from volcanic activity, caves carved out of the karst topography, and long, smooth beaches are some of the distinguishing features that make the Tongass a truly unique World Class Treasure, as this segment details.
  • Why Do Geologists Love Beer? Wired Science heads to the American Geophysical Union's fall meeting in San Francisco to see why geologists -- more than other scientists -- seem to have a burning love affair with beer.
  • Engineering Geology And Geotechnics - Lecture 1 CLASS: GeoEng 341 PROFESSOR: Dr. David Rogers DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: Study of procedures and techniques used to evaluate geologic factors for site selection and the design of engineered structures. Prerequisite: Ge Eng 275.
  • Carlsbad Caverns Geology Geologist Devin Dennie takes a quick look at the science behind Carlsbad Caverns National Park and its relationship to the Permian Reef. This is from the GeoAmerica series.
  • An Oil Man's Geological Case for Climate Concern Bryan Lovell, a longtime oil geologist and president of the Geological Society of London, explains how ***ysis of rocks led to his deep concern about the buildup of carbon dioxide and its consequences for humans and their planet. More coming on Dot Earth:
  • Section of Mineral Deposit & Geology 3-D Current Reports http Goldspring found a deposit of gold and silver mineralization in the same geological structure and downhill from historic bonanzas depicted in illustrative section drawing. The beginning of a study about Goldspring Inc. http SEC Filings including Graphic Presentations Radio & Webcast Interviews with Goldspring CEO Robert Faber and COO James Golden http Company Website Goldspring.us Google Map 1200 American Flat Rd, Gold Hill, Nevada 89440 Hartford Hill open pit mines to the south and west of American Flats Rd and north of American Flat Toll Rd. Feature Videos Short topical videos about Goldspring Inc We can implement an internet architecture like this for your company Exploration- to illustrate the equipment you manufacture, exploration or mineral reserve. ----- October 11, 2008 Afternoon Presentation 3-D Geology 6-7. Goldspring Geologist Scott and Mike Nored President Tech Base present scientific visualization graphics of geology, 2-D and 3-D. Chart depicts mineral deposit as a gray mass, exploratory drill holes as lines with information in 5 foot segments with geology as color bars on left side and grading as decimals on right. New targets found in place branching off the Silver City Fault. Saturday 1PM 10-11-2008, Photos of Telesco Charts at Goldspring Inc BBQ http ------ Travel to Goldspring TraveltoGoldspring ...
  • The Devin Dennie Blooper Reel Outtakes featuring geologist Devin Dennie from "North Texas Explorer" and "GeoAmerica."
  • Tennessee Geologist Saves Lives Just Prior to Polk County Rockslide Work Crews Dodge Major Rockslide on Highway 64 in Polk County. Here's the story behind who saved them all!
  • Exposing Hollywood w/ Mr. Geologist (South Park Style) Mr. Geologist talks about Jurassic Park and Day after Tomorrow and how much they suck at science. Special appearances by: Jeff Goldblum and Jake... Gill...inhall. A project for Geology and Cinema, at the U of MN. It's minimalist animation since I haven't ever done animation before and I didn't have the tools I wanted to really make it like South Park. Oh well! Credits: Kamran Ayub - Design, technical Ryland Cronk - Script, voices Cassie Moorhead - Script, voices, creative assistance
  • Ontario Geological Survey - Role and Purpose Description of the function and role of Ontario Geological Survey (OGS). Geological data are used for a wide range of public policy issues, including groundwater aquifer planning and protection, land-use planning, attraction of mineral investment, climate change impact assessment, and Earth resource (minerals, energy and groundwater) potential assessment.
  • Careers in Geology UA's geological sciences department recently hosted the television show "On the Job" for a close-up look at career opportunities in the field. (Produced by Alabama Industrial Development Training, the state's workforce training institute, in cooperation with Alabama Public Television). For more information, see
  • Divine Performing Arts Provide 'Eternal Truths' - Geologist One geologist who saw Divine Performing Arts in Boston now has a rekindled interest in ancient Chinese culture. Let's take a look. One staff member of Boston University was very touched by Divine Performing Arts when he saw the show at the weekend. Geologist Robert Scoch has a passion for the study of ancient cultures. He says the traditional moral values woven in to Divine Performing Arts Chinese Spectacular are universal, irrespective of ethnic background. [Robert Scoch, Boston University Geologist]: I think what we see here, I will call eternal truths. A message that stands for something we can all believe in. Something that is really good for the whole world. These are not just views that are for one people or another people. This is really something for all of humanity. This coming from the gods, as the name says from the Divine. So I think this is something all of us can appreciate and learn from, and enjoy. Mr Schoch hopes more people will be able to see the performance on its 80 city global-tour. [Robert Scoch, Boston University Geologist]: I think it is wonderful that they are bringing this all over the world. They are bringing the culture of classical China, ancient China, traditional China and bringing it to a modern contemporary society, modern audience. And as I understand it, really reviving this and restoring it to its rightful place. NTD Boston.
  • Geologist Iain Stewart in 1978 BBC TV geologist Dr Iain Stewart started off in tv as an actor on something called Huntingtower
  • A Wartime Geologist The war rapidly depleted natural resources. Oil was needed for fuel, steel was needed for machines, and uranium was wanted for the Manhattan Project. This is a story of a geologist who found them all, and more. Minnesota's Greatest Generation.
  • Exeter Resource Chief Geologist Glen Van Kerkvoort Speaks at China Mining 2010 FINANCE VIDEO: Exeter Resources (TSE:XRC) (AMEX:XRA) Chief Geologist Glen Van Kerkvoort Speaks at China Mining 2010. Glen Van Kerkvoort graduated with 1st class Honours from the CODES Special Research Centre at the University of Tasmania in 1995. He has been exploring in South America for over 15 years and during that time has worked extensively on various world class deposits. He discovered the Don Sixto epithermal vein deposit in 1996 during a regional exploration program which covered an area of 60000 square kilometers in Argentina's Mendoza province. In the late 1990's he worked as a senior geologist with Barrick on a number of projects including the massive Pascua-Lama high sulphidation gold-silver deposit (22.5 million ounces of gold and 718 million ounces of silver). Glen later managed regional exploration for Brancote at their 3 million ounce gold low sulphidation vein deposit at Esquel. When Meridian Gold took over Brancote in 2002 he moved to the position of exploration manager for the newly registered company of Patagonia Gold Plc and set up exploration centres in both Argentina and Chile. Glen commenced with Exeter in 2005. He has been intimately involved in Exeter's recent discoveries at both Caspiche in Chile and Cerro Moro in Argentina. As the Chief Geologist his responsibilities include providing geological and technical support on Exeter's projects, guiding regional exploration, and finding new opportunities in order to ensure the companies continued ...
  • US Ambassador Urges Release of American Geologist in China For more news visit ☛ The US Ambassador to China Jon Huntsman is calling on the Chinese regime to release an American geologist detained for more than three years in China. Huntsman spoke to the press after the geologists' appeal for release was rejected last week at the Beijing High People's Court. The US Ambassador to China, Jon Huntsman expressed disappointment on Friday, after the High Court in Beijing rejected an appeal to release American geologist Xue Feng. Xue, born in China, is a naturalized US citizen. He's been detained in China since November 2007 over the acquisition and sale of an oil industry database. Last July, he was sentenced to eight years in prison for trafficking state secrets. Then the US State Department started calling on the Chinese regime to release him. [Jon Huntsman, US Ambassador to China] "I'm extremely disappointed in the outcome, although it wasn't completely unexpected. The original sentence was upheld, that of eight years in prison and a 200000 RMB (Renminbi) fine. This has been a long, difficult and painful, painful ordeal for Xue Feng, but not only for Xue but also for his wife Nan and his two kids, Rachel and Alex. We have remained in regular contact with his family." Xue had negotiated the sale of an oil industry database to his then employer— the Colorado-based consultancy IHS Inc. He says the database was only classified as a state secret after the sale had gone through. Supporters of Xue maintain that he didn't ...
  • Geologist -Jim Berkland Predicts March 19-26 S. Cali Quake 2011 Jim too, speaks with Niel Cavuto on Fox - I interviewed Jim Berkland on his latest prediction for Southern Cali March 19-26 2011.
  • Geologist Predicts Major N. America Earthquake Imminent! This is the same geologist who predicted the 1989 San Fransisco Earthquake. Earthquakes, Earthworms and Earth Changes Is The Big One About To Hit California? The Scariest Earthquake Is Yet to Come - The tsunami that struck Japan was the third in a series of events that now put California at risk. FAIR USE NOTICE: This video may contain copyrighted material. Such material is made available for educational purposes only. This constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in Title 17 USC section 107 of the US Copyright Law.
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  • Geologist 2010 This video, basically, is the video of us - future geologist by 2010. We have been through a very dramatic semester, from loves story, hatred and struggle during the study. At last, we finished our 1st year of Applied Geology, at Curtin University of Technology, Sarawak, Miri Campus. Wish us lucked for our final exam results. Love all of your, GEOLOGY ROCKS!!
  • Rig CO -HD Movie Prod/ Geology & Drilling in a War/No Fly Zone w Scorpions and Vipers! More Info: My Current Assignment - with Rig Commanding Officer and Geological/Geophysical Explorationists -HD Movie Production - Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) presentations/mapping, schematics, GIS, Excavation, Pit Making, Road Building, Correlations, Geology, Geophysics, Rigging Up, Drilling, Testing, Production, Pipelines, Developement, Exploitation in a War/No Fly Zone covered with LAND MINES, decimated by airstrikes, dominated by deadly gas invasions, now protected by AK-47 and home to deadly Scorpions and Vipers! I am lucky enough to be one of the Explorationists that made this whole operation possible. Photos and info courtesy: AU and Sketchup and SAP - and bodyguards: Photo Captions Follow: (Courtesy SAP - Eplorationist ### - USMC) Never Enough weapons in Iraq!! Room with a view! Double Trouble - Texans with guns! Special Forces - 5 Star Hotel, Alex worked with Special Forces in Bagdad, you want this Kid on your side! Iraqi Tank blown up by Kurds! Future Huge Discovery!! Minefields...everywhere! Bassam, good friend and huge Alan Jackson Fan! 3 Drilling Fluid Pumpstations - notice our water supply...need plenty of it! Future ###### Major OIL DISCOVERY! Moon over the Galley. Rip - head of security and 3 time world champion shooter. Kurdish Villages that didn't make it through Saddam's AIRSTRIKES - not much left. BOP! Cyberdriller, Joystick! - Those keys to start her right up...Hope this thing works!! Derrick from Camp #####. Major Compression! ###Co inspects ...
  • Chris Landau Oil Geologist "The TRUTH about the BP (BS) Disaster" on Rense Radio 1/4 Full Radio Interview: BP Blown out well should not be pressure tested. Chris Landau (geologist) NOTHING HAS CHANGED. THE WELL IS NOT ALIVE. IT HAS NOT HEALED ITSELF. Mark Hafle, BP's senior drilling engineer testified to the MMS on May 28, 2010 that the well had lost integrity and that thousands of barrels of mud had been lost down this well during drilling. This meant that the formation integrity had blown out. Reports at the hearings in May also indicated that the LOW positive pressure tests on the day of the blowout on April 20, 2010 had passed but the negative pressure tests had failed, so the well was not properly sealed. This happened within a few hours of the blowout. The cement-casing structure is compromised. The well had ballooned out and THE FORMATION HAD BLOWN OUT, long before the blowout occurred. BP, do you not have a single geologist at your company that can tell you what that means? It means you can not seal this well. Pressure testing will only blow the cement casing structure to pieces, if it is not already gone. Whose brainless idea was it to drill the directional wells 5 feet away and parallel to the existing well to weaken the formation structure further, so more casing formation strength is lost? Could those pointless, worthless relief wells not have been drilled at least 150 meters (500 feet) away from the existing well and then come in at right angles to minimize formation destruction? Solution Let the well flow as fast as you can ...
  • Geologist NW US predictions: "Seismic Window" in Pacific Ring of Fire & Earthquake Fish (in SoCal) Geologist Jim Berkland gives us background information on familiar anomalies (spatial and earth) that clue us to upcoming earthquakes. Berkland was famous for predicting the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake in San Francisco (also known as the Quake of '89 and the World Series Earthquake). Jim Berkland: "Seismic Window" (Highest Tidal Force): 19 - 26 Mar 2011, then next closest approach of the moon will be in 2016.
  • Structural Geology Research with Dr. Randy Merrett Dr. Randy Merrett is an Associate Professor in the Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Texas. Dr. Marrett's research concentrates on deformation processes in the upper continental crust where folds, faults, and opening-mode fractures are the most important products. This work is applicable to a wide range of human concerns such as natural hazards (eg, earthquakes, volcanoes) and the flow of fluids through rock (eg, hydrocarbons, water, contaminants). Some common themes that relate his disparate interests are quantitative field observations and ***ysis, especially using techniques that address spatial and size scaling of structures. Dr. Marrett currently has on-going projects that address active faulting and geyser eruption patterns in the Central Andes of Argentina and Chile, detachment folding and curved orogenic belt development in the Sierra Madre Oriental of Mexico, and opening-mode fracturing in numerous areas.
  • Wichita Mountains Geology http: Geologist Devin Dennie takes a quick look at some of the rocks that make up the Wichita Mountains in southwestern Oklahoma. This is a clip from "Oklahoma Rocks! - Classroom Edition" by Explorer Multimedia.
  • Geologist speaks about Oil reserves and solutions Dr Colin Campbell - Dr of Geology and advisor to several Oil companies talks about stagnant oil exploration and the depletion of oil stocks and possible solutions
  • Geologist/BP 'optimist': "A high probability that there could be some damage" to well Don Van Nieuwenhuise interview, CNN, July 13, 2010: Rush Transcript Excerpts Don Van Nieuwenhuise, director of Professional Geosciences Programs at the University of Houston: (at 5:10 in) A high probability that there could be some damage [to the well] (at 6:15) There will be no oil coming out of it... unless there is a leak somewhere... One of the issues they're trying to do is look at some seismic so they can take a look at the subsurface and make sure there's no leaks in the subsurface.' You can learn more about the oil spill by visiting: Or find Florida Oil Spill Law on Facebook Or get our tweets:
  • Harvard Geology Field Trip to Italy, 2010 I had the pleasure of traveling to Italy with a Harvard Undergraduate course, called Sedimentary Stratigraphy, which I have been auditing. I went along in order to film the trip for the Harvard Earth and Planetary Science Department. Check out the resulting vid! Some cool tidbits: The music for the video was made by a local geologist and our field guide. The first song is actually composed "by the earth." Different pieces of scientific data from the period when the dinosaurs went extinct were assigned different instruments. For example, the asteroid impact that (most likely) killed the dinosaurs caused a huge spike in the rare element Iridium. That means that the rocks that were deposited at the time of the asteroid impact had an abnormally high amount of iridium in them. The iridium abundance in the rocks can be plotted on a graph. In the song, bells were assigned to iridium abundance, so at the point in the song where you here a big crash of bells, that is actually the iridium spike caused by asteroid impact! Pretty cool, huh? Its called "geophonics." I'd like to especially thank The Earth and Planetary Science department, and the teaching staff of the EPS 182: Sedimentary Stratigraphy course (Ryan and Francis) for letting me come along.
  • Becoming a geologist Short, informative video about becoming a geologist From: web1.dol.state.nj.us
  • Geologist Says Major Earthquake Imminent for California - Jim Berkland Interviewer is Bil Carroll KFI 640 am Los Angeles Within days of the Sendai event, retired geologist Jim Berkland began sounding warnings that another earthquake could occur, specifically in California or off its coast, on or about March 19. Berkland has a remarkable reputation for earthquake forecasting; in fact, many credit him with predicting the Loma Prieta Earthquake of October 17, 1989, commonly known as the "World Series Earthquake" because many San Francisco residents, who otherwise might have become casualties, were in the Candlestick Park stadium at the time, anticipating Game 3 (later rescheduled). (On that account, only 67 people lost their lives, despite $6 billion in damage.) Berkland had warned that such an event might occur days before. Now he points out at least four risk factors: 1. The moon will be not only full, but at perigee. In fact this will be the closest perigee that the moon will have for the next five years. Experts have recently had to accept the role of tidal forces in the triggering of earthquakes. (See Maya Tolstoy et al., "Breathing of the Seafloor: Tidal Correlations of Seismicity at Axial Volcano," Geology, Vol. 30, June 2002, pp. 503--506.) 2. The next day will be the vernal equinox, which produces the equinoctial tides, another stressor on account of the earth's axial inclination. 3. The California coast has recently seen a massive and unexplained fish kill. Such fish kills, and aberrant behavior of pets and livestock, have been ...
  • Eyjafjallajökull Volcano Eruption on Fimmvörðuháls Geology and Information The Volcano of Eyjafjallajökull Glacier began erupting on the Fimmvörðuháls col just before midnight on the 20th of March. Leifur Örn Svavarsson, geologist and one if Iceland's most experienced mountain guides tells us general information about the eruption and how it has effected Icelandic Mountain Guides and Iceland Rovers. Stay tuned for videos of the eruption from up close in the next few days. Icelandic Mountain Guides (www.mountainguides.is) and Iceland Rovers (www.icelandrovers.is) offer tours to visit the eruption. A 4x4 tour with Iceland Rovers to the eruption: www.icelandrovers.is A 4x4 and snowmobile to get very close to the eruption: www.icelandrovers.is Hiking tours to the eruption will be available on www.mountainguides.is in the next few days. Available today in Icelandic here: www.fjallaleidsogumenn.is
  • Why I Became a Geologist- Randy Marrett Dr. Randy Marrett is an Associate Professor in the Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Texas. Dr. Marrett's research concentrates on deformation processes in the upper continental crust where folds, faults, and opening-mode fractures are the most important products. This work is applicable to a wide range of human concerns such as natural hazards (eg, earthquakes, volcanoes) and the flow of fluids through rock (eg, hydrocarbons, water, contaminants). Some common themes that relate his disparate interests are quantitative field observations and ***ysis, especially using techniques that address spatial and size scaling of structures. Dr. Marrett currently has on-going projects that address active faulting and geyser eruption patterns in the Central Andes of Argentina and Chile, detachment folding and curved orogenic belt development in the Sierra Madre Oriental of Mexico, and opening-mode fracturing in numerous areas.
  • Animal Collective Geologist Going Crazy A short clip of Animal Collective live in Boston on September 5, 2007. Geologist is getting into it!
  • Geologist Shaking Wasn't Florida Earthquake - News Story - WFTV Orlando.flv PALM COAST, Fla. -- Investigators are trying to solve a bizarre mystery in Flagler County. A wave of people called 911 around 9:30am Friday to report the ground shaking in Flagler County. The calls all came from the Hammock area of Palm Coast ... FAIR USE NOTICE: These Videos may contain copyrighted (© ) material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. Such material is made available to advance understanding of ecological, political, human rights, economic, democracy, scientific, moral, ethical, and social justice issues, etc. It is believed that this constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 USC Section 107, this material is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior general interest in receiving similar information for research and educational purposes. For more information go to: www.law.cornell.edu
  • Interview with Geologist Earl Verbeek An interview with Earl Verbeek; Geologist from the Sterling Hill Mining Museum in Ogdensburg, NJ. We learn about his childhood, education and work. He discusses cool aspects of geology and mining. He also advises students on what they need to study and learn in order to become a scientist.