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Geological SciencesProfessor Emeritus David Dilcher Co-Authored a paper in Proceedings B of The Royal Society Publishing
The evolutionary convergence of mid-Mesozoic lacewings and Cenozoic butterflies. Mid-Mesozoic kalligrammatid lacewings (Neuroptera) entered the fossil record 165 million years ago (Ma) and disappeared 45 Ma later. Extant papilionoid butterflies (Lepidoptera) probably originated 80–70 Ma, long after kalligrammatids became extinct.
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Geological Sciences faculty member Chanh Kieu’s research is featured in the Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society
A recent research study by Chanh Kieu is now featured in the Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society's November, 2015 issue. In this study, he was able to demonstrate for the first time the stable equilibrium of the hurricane maximum potential intensity (MPI) under the wind-induced surface heat exchange hypothesis. More information
IU Paleontology Collection seeking volunteers
Are you looking for a volunteer position?
The IU Paleontology Collection, located on the 5th floor of the Geology Building, is now open and available for research purposes. We are currently seeking volunteers from the IU and Bloomington community to help with the daily management of the collection. More information
Events and Outreach
- February 8: Heather DeShon, Southern Methodist University and Earthscope. Title: Death of a fault: a comparison of seismicity in the New Madrid Seismic Zone and North Texas
4:00 p.m. GY126. Refreshments served at 3:30 in the Geology lobby.
Sigma Gamma Eplilon offers Tutoring In Geological Sciences
SGE tutoring sessions are held every Monday, 5-7 pm in G220. Contact Jeremiah Mickey for more information.