ISGS in the News
The third and final installation of "A Geologist's Life: The Photography of Dr. William W. Shilts" will be on display this week at indi go Artist Co-Op. The show runs October 3rd-8th with an opening reception October 4th at 6pm.
Source: The News-Gazette Champaign, IL
Source: Climate Central
After a nearly unanimous vote by the Illinois legislature, on June 17, 2013, Governor Pat Quinn signed the Hydraulic Fracturing Regulatory Act ("HFRA") into law. The ISGS, along with the Illinois State Water Survey (ISWS), the State Fire Marshal, and the Illinois EPA will assist the Department of Natural Resources regarding investigation of alleged violations.
Staff member C. Pius Weibel demonstrates to Morgan County Commissioner Dick Rawlings the porosity of a rock during a FutureGen workshop at Jacksonville High School Tuesday.
In relation to a 20-foot diameter sinkhole developed on Chicago's South Side, ISGS Geologist, Samuel Panno, talks about the science behind sinkholes that occur in urban areas.
Source: Medill Reports
Andrew Stumpf, Associate Quaternary Geologist at ISGS, talks about various issues pertaining to the water supply in East Central Illinois.
Source: Smile Politely
The 2.7 magnitude earthquake was centered near the county line, about 10 miles east and north of Benton, Illinois State Geological Survey engineering geologist Bob Bauer said.
Source: The Southern Illinoisan
Merrick & Company collected and processed light detection and ranging (LiDAR) data for the Illinois Sinkhole Plain within Monroe, Randolph, and St. Clair Counties in East St. Louis, IL. The data collection effort was critical in producing accurate, realistic terrain for ISGS.
Source: The American Surveyor
In the aftermath of a sinkhole-related tragedy in Florida, ISGS Geologist, C. Pius Wiebel, and Bill Prigge, principal of Midland Standard Engineering and Testing in East Dundee talk about the likelihood of sinkholes in Illinois.
The public is invited to a presentation at 1 p.m. Tuesday, January 22, in the Danville Public Library community room, where they will learn the who, what and why of the 300-million-year-old fossilized rainforest near Danville.