On the evening of Thursday, 15 March 2017, members of the ERTH 3020 Metamorphic petrology class made magma. Why? for a better tomorrow. have a look at the video – Thanks to Kanwar Multani for sharing!
Archives for March 2018
James looks like he has found his hair! Too bad it is the hair of Pele, goddess protector of Hawaii, instead. It served as a great conversation starter at the Dean’s reception for 1st year Dean’s List students.
Thanks to Lexie Arnott (left) for helping as well, with an intriguing demonstration of liquefaction.
Chris Greene’s PhD research at Ryerson University focused in part on the social-economic factors that affect the quality and distribution of the urban forest in Toronto. The results of this work, recently published in the Journal of Environmental Management was recently highlighted in a news story published in the Toronto Metro News. Great job Chris!
In honour of Dalhousie Emeritus Professor of Economic Geology, Marcos was a member of the Department of Earth Sciences (Geology) fron 1973-2005. A pioneer in apatite fission-track geochemistry and beloved mentor, he shaped the lives and careers of many Dalhousie geologists.
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The Dept held a joint alumni reception with the Faculty of Engineering on Tuesday night in the Nova Scotia Room at the Royal York Hotel. Our special guest was Emeritus Professor Marcos Zentilli. It was a great night of making new acquaintances and renewing old ones. Here’s a photo of the whole group with the interesting backdrop of what appears to be Champlain having a feast in the new world.
Congratulations to Erin Keltie for winning the 1st place masters student poster at PDAC 2018!
If you are interested in her research, ere is a PDF of her poster.