Students enrolled in Environmental Geophysics (Geosc 483) at the University Park Penn State campus will spend the next month applying principles and techniques taught in the classroom to real world questions. Specifically, three graduate and five undergraduate students will collect gravity, seismic, and resistivity data in an attempt to visualize the water table gradient observed between wells DC-1 (north ridge top) and CZMW5 (north ridge top).
Geosciences MS student Curtis Kennedy runs a resistivity survey on the north ridge of SSHO. Photo courtesy of A. Nyblade.
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