This webinar takes a look at the EDMAP program, an interactive and meaningful matching-funds grant program with universities for students to gain experience and knowledge in geologic mapping as well as contribute to the national effort to geologically map all of the United States.
EDMAP is an interactive and meaningful matching-funds grant program with universities for students to gain experience and knowledge in geologic mapping as well as contribute to the national effort to geologically map all of the United States. This program trains the next generation of geologic mappers and is one of the three components of the congressionally-mandated U.S. Geological Survey National Cooperative Geologic Mapping Program (NCGMP). Geology faculty, skilled in geologic mapping, request EDMAP funding to support upper-level undergraduate and graduate students at their institution in a one-year mentored geologic mapping project that focuses on a specific geographic area. Also, each EDMAP proposal must be closely coordinated with a State Geologist or a USGS geologic mapping project. Every federal dollar awarded is matched with university funds. EDMAP has supported 144 universities and over 850 students from geoscience departments across the Nation. Following the presentations, you can listen to the open discussion period in which audience members from around the world to ask questions of the speakers.
Our speakers include:
- Randall C. Orndorff Download presentation slides
Director, Eastern Geology and Paleoclimate Science Center at the U.S. Geological Survey
previously: Associate Program Coordinator, National Cooperative Geologic Mapping Program, U.S. Geological Survey
- Dr. John T. Haynes Download presentation slides
Assistant Professor, Department of Geology & Environmental Science, James Madison University
- Alan F. Halfen Download presentation slides
Ph.D. Student, Department of Geography, University of Kansas
Webinar Co-sponsors: U.S. Geological Survey
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