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Returning the Favor
Since 1977, with support from earth science societies, geoscientists have been working on Capitol Hill through the Congressional Science and Engineering Fellowship Program. Here's how some are giving back to the geoscience community.
by Maeve Boland

Geology in the National Park Service
by David B. Shaver and Jim F. Wood

Geoscientists on America's Public Lands
by Katie KellerLynn

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News Notes

- P/T extinction explained
- End of NEAR
- East Antarctica played opossum
- Volcanoes in 3-D
- Water in the West
- Evolution trial remembered
- Field notes

Political Scene
Making the Investment - As President Bush releases his new budget, we look at how geoscience has been funded in recent years.

Geophenomena
Whiteout - Oyama still smoking - Pacific Northwest shakes - and more ...
 

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cover As a Geologist-in-the-Parks intern with the National Park Service, Jessica Cundiff earned college credits for her work explaining geology to park visitors, gathering information for a geology road guide and writing visitor information pamphlets on the geology of Guadalupe Mountains National Park. Photo courtesy of the National Park Service. departments.html
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