Two Undergrads Selected for Prestigious NSG/USGS Internships
October 26, 2015
Jackson School of Geosciences undergraduate student Taylor Canada and recent graduate Tyler Fritz have been selected as interns at the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) / National Association of Geoscience Teachers Cooperative Summer Field Training Program. The program pairs interns with USGS mentors, with whom they conduct field work.
Canada will be studying surface water and ground water networks with Gerard Butch, supervising hydrologist at the USGS New York Science Water Center, in Troy, New York.
Fritz will be developing new devices and methods for analyzing the stable isotopes in geological, hydrological and biological materials with Craig Johnson and Matthew Emmons, a research geologist and physical scientist at the USGS Crustal Geophysical and Geochemistry Science Center, in Denver, Colorado.