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Zaprowski Presents at GSA's Largest Meeting

SALISBURY, MD---Dr. Brent Zaprowski of Salisbury University’s Geography and Geosciences Department presents his work on investigations into landscape evolution at the Geological Society of America’s (GSA) 115th annual meeting Sunday-Wednesday, November 2-5, in Seattle.

The meeting is expected to be the largest in GSA history.

“It gets a little bigger every year,” Zaprowski said.

 Entitled “Geological Mapping: Key to Successful Management of Water and Land Resources,” Zaprowski’s research presentation on EDMAP—the National Cooperative Geological Mapping Program’s educational component—and its use in understanding the landscape evolution of the Black Hills of South Dakota and Wyoming.

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