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Continental Collisions, Massive Earthquakes and Hurricanes
Highlight UC Research at National Geology Meeting

Date: Nov. 15, 2000
By: Chris Curran
Phone: (513) 556-1806
Archive: Research News

More than a dozen University of Cincinnati geologists are presenting their research results at the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America meeting in Reno, Nevada Nov. 9 - 18. Their projects cover everything from massive earthquakes in the eastern United States (over 400 million years ago) to the effects of modern hurricanes on Caribbean coral reefs. Details on some of their projects can be found in the following stories:

  • Ancient Earthquakes Leave Mark From Kentucky to New York

  • Midwest Geologists Propose New World View for Ordovocian Period

  • "Backward" Hurricane Helps Geologists Understand Ancient Storms

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