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Ian Dunning '16 at the 41st annual Northeastern Storm Conference in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
Ian Dunning ’16 Presents Research on 2014 Local Tornado

Ian T. Dunning ’16 presented a poster titled “A Deadly Tornado in Upstate New York:  The Smithfield Tornado of 2014” at the 41st Annual Northeastern Storm Conference held in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., on March 4-6.    More ...

Samantha Graber '16
Graber '16 Presents Poster at Northeastern Storm Conference

Samantha Graber ’16 presented a poster titled “The Hardscrabble Wind Farm in Herkimer County: A Five-Year Update” at the 41st Annual Northeastern Storm Conference held in Saratoga Springs on March 4-6. The work she presented was based on her senior thesis with Prof. Cynthia Domack in the Hamilton College Geosciences Department.  More ...

Kevin Herrera '16 presented a poster at the Northeastern Storm Conference.
Herrera ’16 Presents at Northeastern Storm Conference

Kevin A. Herrera ’16 presented a poster titled “Lightning Protection: Past, Present and Future on the Hamilton College Campus” at the 41st Annual Northeastern Storm Conference held March 4-6 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. His work was based on his senior thesis with Professor of Geosciences Cynthia Domack.  More ...

From left: Prof. Cynthia Domack, Alec Melone, Rachel Lannino, Nicole Saitta, Amy Song, Mary Langworthy, Izzy Taaffe, Eli Shakun, and Samantha Graber.
Advanced Paleontology Class Collects Fossils

Professor of Geosciences Cynthia Domack and students in Geoscience 390 - Advanced Paleontology: Special Topics in Paleobiology and the Fossil Record visited Little Falls, N.Y., on Oct. 13 to collect fossils.  More ...

Ally Kontra '15 at the GSA Northeastern section annual meeting.
Alexandra Kontra ’15 Presents at GSA Northeastern Section Meeting

Alexandra Kontra ’15 presented a poster titled “Coastal Protection in Avalon, New Jersey: Hard and Soft Structuring from 2005 to 2014” at the 50th Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America - Northeastern Section.   The work Kontra presented in the Marine/Coastal Science session was based on her senior thesis with Professor of Geosciences Cynthia Domack.  More ...

Felipe Ramirez '15 at the 50th Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America – Northeastern Section.
Felipe Ramirez ’15 Presents Poster at Geological Society of America

Felipe A. Ramirez ’15 presented a poster titled “Paleohydrologic Evolution of Lake Systems in the Washakie and Piceance Basins, Wyoming and Colorado” at the 50th Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America – Northeastern Section.  More ...

Hannah Wagner '15
Hannah Wagner ’15 Presents at GSA - Northeastern Section Annual Meeting

Hannah Wagner ’15 presented a poster titled “Rusophycus in the Herkimer Formation Building Materials on the Hamilton College Campus” at the 50th Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America - Northeastern Section. The conference was held in Bretton Woods, N.H., on March 23-25 and the technical program consisted of symposia, theme and general sessions, arranged in oral and poster format.  More ...

Hannah Haskell '15
Haskell ’15 Presents at GSA Meeting

Hannah G. Haskell ’15 presented a poster titled “Beach Erosion and Restoration at Cape May Point, New Jersey” at the 50th Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America - Northeastern Section.  More ...

Dave Bailey, Cindy Domack
Fossil Trilobite Species Named for Bailey and Domack

Two Hamilton Geoscience Department colleagues were recently recognized with the publication of two newly described fossil trilobite species. Olenellus baileyi and Holmiella domackae were named in honor of David Bailey and Cynthia Domack, respectively, in recognition of the “important influence on the professional development” of senior author Wes Gapp.  More ...

Colyer Woolston '14 and Clinton first grader John Musante examine fossils in the lab.
Colyer Woolston '14 Mentors Clinton Student in Paleontology

Colyer Woolston, a senior with a passion for the natural sciences, had an opportunity to share his interest in paleontology recently when he mentored John Musante, a first grade student at Clinton Elementary School.  More ...

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