Keck News & Announcements
Wyoming Project Fall Update
Six undergrads performed four eeks of field and laboratory study in SE Wyoming examining vegetation and fluvial responses to the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum
Glacier National Park Project Fall Update
We had an extraordinary research summer – a week getting to know each other and the project, two weeks in the field, and another two weeks in the lab conducting analyses. We are excited to present our results at GSA in November!
Alaska Project Fall Update
Our field effort included collecting over 70 samples from the Valdez and Orca Groups of the Chugach-Prince William terrane (CPW) in southern Alaska.
Utah Project Fall Update
Ben Surpless and four students used structural field mapping and video captured by a quad-copter drone to investigate rock deformation within a major normal fault transfer zone.
Catalina Gateway Project Fall Update
Each of the three teams submitted an abstract to the fall national meeting of the American Geophysical union, and will present their results in Washington D.C. this December.
Utah Project Featured on Texas Public Radio
An article about the use drones by a Keck project to study the Sevier fault was recently featured on Texas Public Radio…
Confidence, STEM, and Pooping in the Woods
…It sounded too good to be true, probably too good for a Freshman who was hesitant about their STEM major and had just decided they wanted to try research. But instead of doubting myself or worrying about my lack of geological knowledge, I decided to get out of my own way and go for it.
2018 Keck Projects Head To Field
Thirty-seven students and ten faculty directors have embarked on six different projects…
2018 Director Workshop
Directors of 2018-19 Keck Projects gathered at Macalester College in early May…
Presentations by Keck Consortium at AGU 2017
Students and faculty from Keck Geology Consortium projects to present research at Annual AGU meeting…