ISGS provides high-resolution digital elevation data for all 102 Illinois counties
For the first time, high-resolution digital elevation data that are essential for planning by local, state, and federal agencies are available online for all Illinois counties. [...]
AEG Publication Award given to paper co-authored by ISGS scientists
The paper “Challenging Geostatistical Methods to Represent Heterogeneity in CO2 Reservoirs Under Residual Trapping” has been selected to receive the AEG Publication Award for 2019, desig [...]
Circular 597: Illinois Basin – Decatur Project: Process Design and Operation of Carbon Dioxide Surface Facilities
Numerous organizations and researchers from government, academia, and industry have worked together as a team to carry out the Illinois Basin – Decatur Project (IBDP), a 1-million-tonne carbon diox [...]
ISGS researcher Joe Devera to participate in natural resources event for 30th year
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., 4/12/19: Each April in southern Illinois, coinciding with Arbor Day, age K-6th grade students participate in Stewardship We [...]
ISGS staff honored for Outstanding Collaboration
At the 2019 Prairie Research Institute Celebration of Excellence, the Outstanding Collaboration Award was given to members of the  [...]

ISGS in the News

A tale of two drones
ISGS staff use an unmanned aerial vehicle (or drone) to help monitor shoreline erosion on Lake Michigan.

Source: Technology Services
Mapping erosion with drones
Ethan Theuerkauf is a coastal geologist at the University of Illinois. He’s using drone photography to map erosion at Illinois Beach State Park in Zion. 

Source: WTTW
Midwest earthquakes
Senior geophysicist Tim Larson talks to WILL's the 21st about our risk of and preparedness for earthquakes. 

Source: WILL
Lake Michigan’s smarter, streamlined buoys
This summer, scientists deployed smarter, smaller buoys in Lake Michigan that record and provide data in real time. 

Source: Environmental Monitor
Deciphering the history of a Chinese vase
Krannert Art Museum is using energy-dispersive X-ray fluorescence technology—with the Illinois State Geological Survey and the Illinois State Archaeological Survey—to help determine the age of an antique Chinese porcelain vase.

Source: Illinois News Bureau

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