Connections between geologic problems and everyday life

Damian Nance, co-author of Physical Geology Today, on drawing connections between a geologic problem and everyday life.

Damian Nance is Distinguished Professor of Geological Sciences at [...]

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The Food Chain

By definition, soil must be capable of supporting life, and so soil is the foundation of how the food chain operates on land. The food [...]

How geologists research and understand the way the earth works

Damian Nance, co-author of Physical Geology Today, discusses his research process.

Damian Nance is Distinguished Professor of Geological Sciences at Ohio University, and along with Brendan [...]

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Radioactivity and Radon Gas

Sometimes it seems as people share a general misconception that nature is entirely benevolent and that our environmental problems are all of our own making. [...]

What inspired you to pursue a career in geology?

Damian Nance, co-author of Physical Geology Today, discusses what inspired him to pursue a career in geology.

Damian Nance is Distinguished Professor of Geological Sciences at [...]

By |September 7th, 2014|Media|0 Comments

King Coal

The historical importance of coal cannot be overemphasized. The Industrial Revolution started in England in the late 18th century and by the early 19th [...]