Campaign Launched to Endow Bruce Curtis Graduate Student Fellowship at CU

Title: Campaign Launched to Endow Bruce Curtis Graduate Student Fellowship at CU Publication: The Outcrop, December 2001, p. 18 This year a small group of Professor Bruce Curtis’s former students kicked off a campaign to endow the Bruce Curtis Graduate Student Fellowship in Geological Sciences at the University of Colorado. The committee has set a goal … More Campaign Launched to Endow Bruce Curtis Graduate Student Fellowship at CU

Public Issues at the National Level: A Report from the Public Issues Committee – 2001

Title: Public Issues at the National Level: A Report from the Public Issues Committee Author: Larry Anna, Chairman Publication: The Outcrop, December 2001, p. 16-17 Summary of Hearings on Mining Law and Regulatory Reform Recently, the House Resources Committee Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources held a hearing to discuss the $100 mining claim fee and … More Public Issues at the National Level: A Report from the Public Issues Committee – 2001

Copyrights, Ethics, and Use of RMAG Publications

Title: Copyrights, Ethics, and Use of RMAG Publications Author: Mark Longman Publication: The Outcrop, December 2001, p. 10-11 Have you ever used a figure or text from an RMAG publication in a presentation of some sort and wondered whether you should get permission from the RMAG to use that information? It seems that some people … More Copyrights, Ethics, and Use of RMAG Publications

Luncheon – December 7, 2001

Title: Anatomy of an Anomaly: The Catastrophic Devonian Alamo Impact Breccia, Nevada Speaker: John E. Warme, Colorado School of Mines Date: December 7, 2001 Publication: The Outcrop, December 2001, p. 4 “One must understand the expectable, in order to recognize the anomalous.” Facies models, stratification sequences, sequence stratigraphy, and seismic stratigraphy provide tools to interpret sedimentary rocks. Using these tools, … More Luncheon – December 7, 2001

Local Earth Science Teacher Receives National Award

Title: Local Earth Science Teacher Receives National Award Author: Norb Cygan Publication: The Outcrop, December 2001, p. 9 John McKinney, MPG 2001 Earth Science Teacher of the Year and the RMAG 2000 Teacher of the Year, has been awarded the $25,000 National Educator Award by the Milken Family Foundation. The prestigious award, announced Wednesday, October 10, … More Local Earth Science Teacher Receives National Award

Can Coalbed Methane and Aquifer Development Co-Exist?

Title: Can Coalbed Methane and Aquifer Development Co-Exist? Authors: Laura L. Wray and Nicole V. Koenig, Colorado Geological Survey, and John P. Seidle, Sproule Associates, Inc. Publication: The Outcrop, December 2001, p. 1, 8 What geologist can resist the allure of an untested play? How about an untested coalbed methane (CBM) play, one that could be made … More Can Coalbed Methane and Aquifer Development Co-Exist?

First Norman H. Foster Memorial Scholarship Awarded

Title: First Norman H. Foster Memorial Scholarship Awarded Publication: The Outcrop, November 2001, p. 20 On September 21, 2001, at the regular RMAG Luncheon Meeting, the first Norman H. Foster Scholarship Award was presented. Norm Foster was one of RMAG’s most prestigious members. He was a leader in the Denver community, an outstanding and successful explorer, … More First Norman H. Foster Memorial Scholarship Awarded

RMAG Tennis Tournament 2001

Title: RMAG Tennis Tournament Filled with Lots of Fun, Despite Early Rain Publication: The Outcrop, November 2001, p. 17 Rain and wind hampered the early rounds of the 2001 Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists Tennis Tournament, held at Colorado Athletic Club at Inverness on September 7th. However, all of our dedicated tennis players showed up as planned, and … More RMAG Tennis Tournament 2001

Board of Directors Meeting – September 2001

Title: Highlights of the September RMAG Board Meeting Author: Sue Cluff Publication: The Outcrop, November 2001, p. 16 The Board had a short business meeting on September 18, followed by a joint meeting with the officers of the Denver Geophysical Society. The Finance committee wants to invest more of our cash monies and has been meeting … More Board of Directors Meeting – September 2001