Zach was the presenting author on a preliminary investigation into the occurrence of carbonized wood in the Cripple Creek volcanic complex. This paper explored the unusual discovery at the Cripple Creek & Victor Gold Mining Company. His paper was in session number 380: Paleontological Data: From Fieldwork to Databases.
Zach just turned 16 and is in the 11th grade at Palmer Ridge High School, Monument, Colorado. His abstract can be viewed by clicking HERE
|Zach by the program board just outside the room he will|
present his paper at in the Colorado Convention Center
in Denver, Colorado.
|Zach taking the podium and preparing for his |
|Zach can now relax. His presentation is over!|
Zach was a contributing author on a paper presented by Steven Veatch: Informal Education in Geoscience: A Case Study of the Pikes Peak Pebble Pups and Earth Science Scholars. The case study of the Pebble Pups was part of session number 393: Geoscience Education and Outreach: 50 Years of Progress II
|Zach (L) and Steven Veatch (R) take a break from the |
Geological Society proceedings.
|The Geological Society of America will be back in|
Denver in 2016. Who will be the next pebble pup
ready to conduct research and present?