Field work in Dr Schaetzl's undergraduate Honors course
From Beth N Weisenborn on March 31st, 2016
The Department of Geography, Environment, and Spatial Sciences has a long history of including undergraduates in research. The most recent example is an undergraduate Honors seminar taught by Randy Schaetzl. The students examined the soils and sediments of two kame deltas in central Lower Michigan, and used luminescence dating technologies to date one of the deltas.