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News Archive - November 2014

Large oviraptorosauruses arranged their nests so that the adult dinosaur could put its weight in the middle and avoid crushing the eggs. Read more here.

 Aprami Jaggi, C-IMAGE Student of the Month, November 2014

Aprami Jaggi is a student of Steven Larter's and Thomas Oldenburg's out of the University of Calgary's Petroleum Reservoir Group. Read more here. 

Case studies offer insight into how science works

A team of undergrads and faculty are developing new cases to use in courses. Read more on UToday. 

 Researchers unearth clues to mountain formation in B.C.

Geoscientists suggest the Rocky Mountain Trench overlies deep-seated edge of the North American plate. Read more here. 

 How will groundwater and river systems react to our warming climate?

Barret Kurylyk is a Killam Postdoctoral Laureate in the Department of Geoscience. He is studying how climate change may alter surface and subsurface water flow in proglacial landforms of the Canadian Rockies and in a permafrost region of the Northwest Territories. Read more here.