Columbus State News

Regional Conference Showcases Department of Earth and Space Sciences

The following students and faculty from Columbus State University’s Department of Earth and Space Sciences recently presented their research at the 65th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Section of the Geological Society of America in Columbia, S.C.:

— Professor David Schwimmer, “Was there a Southeastern Dinosaur Province in the Late Cretaceous?
— Graduate student Jeremy Miller and Professor Clint Barineau, “The ‘Woodbury Structure’ of the Pine Mountain Belt in Meriwether County, Georgia: Impact Crater vs. Structural Dome Interpretation
— Undergraduate student Mark Bair and Professor David Schwimmer, “A Paleoenvironmental Analysis of the Eutaw Formation at Ochillee Creek, Chattahoochee Cunty, Georgia


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