Organization profile

Organization profile

The Minnesota Geological Survey was established by Legislative Act on March 1, 1872 to ensure the availability of the regional geological, geophysical, and geochemical information that the people of the State require to ensure wise stewardship of their water, land, and mineral resources, and to thus realize societal benefits related to economic prosperity, public health, natural hazards, as well as appreciation and preservation of our natural heritage.

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    Emily J Bauer

    Person: Researcher

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    Angela J Berthold

    Person: Researcher


    Research Output

    Un Modelo conceptual multidisciplinario de un acuitardo de roca sedimentaria fracturado: mejorar en la predicción de la integridad del acuitardo

    Translated title of the contribution: A multidisciplinary-based conceptual model of a fractured sedimentary bedrock aquitard: improved prediction of aquitard integrityRunkel, A. C., Tipping, R. G., Meyer, J. R., Steenberg, J. R., Retzler, A. J., Parker, B. L., Green, J. A., Barry, J. D. & Jones, P. M., Nov 1 2018, In : Hydrogeology Journal. 26, 7, p. 2133-2159 27 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 2 Scopus citations

    Post-impact depositional environments as a proxy for crater morphology, Late Devonian Alamo impact, Nevada

    Retzler, A. J., Tapanila, L., Steenberg, J. R., Johnson, C. J. & Myers, R. A., Jan 1 2015, In : Geosphere. 11, 1, p. 123-143 21 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 3 Scopus citations