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Augmented Reality Sandbox Debut

Posted on October 31st, 2017

The Iowa Geological Survey showed off the UI Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences’ new augmented reality sandbox at the UI Creepy Campus Crawl last Friday, October 27, 2017. Kids (and adults) were able to mold sand into mountains, rivers, and oceans while the projected topography change before their eyes! Users could even simulate rainfall […]

Phillip Kerr

Posted on July 30th, 2014

Geologist, Iowa Geological Survey Office: 340C Trowbridge Hall Phone Number: 319-335-1081 Email: phillip-kerr@uiowa.edu Education: M.S., Geoscience, University of Iowa; B.S., Geoscience, University of Iowa, Research Interests: Quaternary mapping Landforms in Iowa Landscape development Periglacial Environments Quaternary Stratigraphy in the Midwest United States Recent Publications The Surficial Geology of the Orchard Quad, Floyd and Mitchell Counties, […]

People

Posted on June 20th, 2014

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Geologic Hazards

Posted on April 30th, 2014

Earthquakes Iowa Geological Survey geologists have information on historic Iowa earthquakes and significant earthquakes in other areas of the midcontinent. Only 12 earthquakes with epicenters in Iowa are known in historic times. The first known occurred in 1867 near Sidney in southwest Iowa, the most recent in 1948 near Oxford in the east-central part of […]