He will discuss the varied geologic provinces in Arkansas and where to find unusual and unique rocks, minerals, fossils, and formations. Attendees also will learn how to read and understand geologic maps and learn about careers in geology. Participants are also welcome to bring a mineral, rock, or fossil specimen for identification.
DeAngelis has a specific interest in the geology of Arkansas, particularly the Magnet Cove Alkaline Intrusive Complex located in central Arkansas. He earned a Master of Science in geology and a Ph.D. in geology from the University of Tennessee and a Bachelor of Science in geology from the University of Wisconsin. He was recently appointed to the City of Little Rock Sustainability Commission.
Registration is available online athttps://ualr.at/weekend. For more information, contact Christine Cotton, director of Extended Education, at email@example.com.