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Geology Chair’s Research on Curved Mountain Ranges Featured in Geological Society’s Monthly Magazine

Posted July 26, 2012
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Bryn Mawr Geology Chair Arlo Weil is featured on the cover of the July edition of GSA Today, the Geological Society of America’s monthly science and news magazine. Weil’s ongoing research to try to unravel the mystery of bended mountain ranges is the subject of the magazine’s lead article, “Buckling an Orogen: The Catabrian Orocline.”

Geology Chair Receives Grant to Study the Evolution of the Rocky Mountains

Posted February 12, 2010
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Geology Chair Arlo Weil recently received a $230,000, three-year grant from the National Science Foundation to study the evolution of the Rocky Mountains in Wyoming. The research will take place in central Wyoming. It builds upon work done by Weil and co-principal investigator Adolph Yonkee, of Weber State University, over the past six years in […]