Significant ISGS Achievements
From August 15 through 31, 2013, ISGS retiree Subhash Bhagwat visited Kazakhstan as a Senior Fulbright Specialist by invitation of the United States Embassy in Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan. [...]
The walking map accompanying the publication A Walking Guide to the History & Features of Burnham Park, Chicago, Illinois, has recently won the Association of Earth Science Editors’ (AESE’s) 2013 Award [...]
The Midwest Geological Sequestration Consortium’s (MGSC’s) Illinois Basin–Decatur Project (IBDP) is a collaborative effort among the MGSC, the Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM), Schlumberger Car [...]
The ISGS has acquired a new 120-mile-long seismic reflection survey across central Illinois as part of a U.S. [...]
The persistent 2012 summer drought in the U.S. Midwest adversely affected the health and vigor of agricultural crops. [...]
ISGS In the News
ISGS collaborates with scientists from around the country to study critical zones and their response to climate and land use changes.
Source: National Science Foundation
Seven Illinois state scientists have been officially appointed for the first time after Gov. Pat Quinn signed the University of Illinois State Scientific Surveys Act on Aug. 14.
Source: The Daily Illini, Champaign IL
Geologists Don Mikulic and Tim Larson give their thoughts about the seismic activity in northern Illinois earlier this month.
Source: mySuburbanLife.com, Downers Grove, IL
Principal engineering geologist, Bob Bauer, speaks about data regarding two seismic events that shook the La Grange area Nov. 4, 2013.
Source: The Doings Weekly, Chicago, Illinois
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