The Depth to Gas-bearing Shale Units in Western Otsego County
Otsego County is underlain by two significant gas shale units - the Marcellus shale and the Utica Shale. Both of these units contain substantial quantities of natural gas, and gas development companies are now targeting these units for exploitation.
SUNY-Oneonta Noyce Scholars in Science Education Program
Prepare, place and support qualified
science teachers in high need rural and urban schools. Noyce Scholars receive scholarships
of at least $20,000 (Planned) for tuition, fees, books, on-campus living expenses, etc. for their Junior and Senior years! Scholarship recipients must commit
to teach science in high needs rural or urban schools for 4-years.
Early Devonian (Lochkovian) Chitinozoan Biostratigraphy of the Lower Helderberg Group, Appalachian Basin; New York State and the Age of the "Kalkberg" K-bentonite
We are investigating chitinozoans to determine 1) the position of the Silurian-Devonian boundary in the Appalachian Standard Succession of New York State; and 2) the age of the radiometrically dated volcanic ash beds in the Helderberg Group.
"Going With the Flow" in Extreme Antarctic Lakes
The McMurdo Dry Valleys constitute the largest ice-free region of Antarctica - the coldest, highest,
and driest continent.
Teleconnection Pattern Impacts on Intra-Seasonal Climate Variability in United States Winters
Here, two prominent teleconnections with strong winter signatures in the United States, the El Nino/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO), are examined to thoroughly describe intra-seasonal climate variability during each teleconnection phase over the last 55 winters.
Evidence for Alleghanian Transpressive Telescoping of an Acadian Metamorphic Field Gradient, South-Central Connecticut
The pervasive nature of these late Alleghenian Sn fabrics suggest the whole belt was part of a dextral transpressive shear zone. Telescoping of this structural section by the strain associated with this fabric becomes a viable explanation for the apparent steep metamorphic field gradient preserved in these rocks.
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