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Lafayette Campus News (, October 3, 2001 – Two professors from the department of geology and environmental geosciences will present their research at the 113th annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, scheduled for Nov. 1-10, in Boston, Mass.

Dru Germanoski, professor and head of geology and environmental geosciences, will present “Relationships Between Topography, Geology, and Differential Erosion in Eastern Pennsylvania.”

Kathryn Schubel, assistant professor of geology and environmental geosciences, will present “Microstructures and Textures of Experimentally Dolomitized Bahamian Ooids: Implications for Reaction Mechanisms of Dolomitization.” She collaborated with David R. Veblen of the Johns Hopkins department of earth and planetary sciences and Mitchell J. Malone of the Texas A&M department of geology and geophysics’ Ocean Drilling Program.

Approximately 6,000 geoscientists from around the world are expected to attend the meeting at the J.B. Haynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center.

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