Archived News and Announcements - 2020
The KGS 2019-2020 Annual Report is now available in a new interactive online format.
U.S. Geological Survey funds project to use a mathematical registration approach to address differences of geologic maps and digital elevation models
Fossil of the Month: Agaricocrinus
KGS receives support from the U.S. Geological Survey's STATEmap program for surficial geologic mapping
Let's Celebrate GIS Day!
KGS receives funding from the U.S. Geological Survey to sample coal-related paleosols and underclay deposits from the Appalachian Basin
KGS researcher selected for UK-CARES Faculty Fellows program
Fossil of the Month: Grewingkia
KGS publishes new StoryMap, "Camp Nelson National Monument—A Geologic Story"
UK Graduate Conducts Science Communication Research Focused on Appalachian Communities
Richard Smath Retires from KGS
Fossil of the month: Zoophycos
KGS publishes reports evaluating how geologic units correspond to maintenance and repair costs for Kentucky roads
Governor Appoints New Board Members to the KGS Advisory Board
Fossil of the Month: Worthenia
KGS awarded funding from the U.S. Geological Survey's National Geological and Geophysical Data Preservation Program
Tobin to serve as a director of the National Speleological Society
KGS researchers funded by the University of Kentucky Energy Research Prioritization Partnership grant program
AAPG Division of Environmental Geosciences selects KGS researchers as recipients of the Best Poster award
KGS researchers receive funding from the U.S. Geological Survey's National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program
Introductory video produced as part of project funded by the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine
Arpin elected to serve on National Cave and Karst Research Institute board of directors
Kentucky Geological Survey receives grant from the UK Center for Appalachian Research in Environmental Sciences
The 59th KGS annual seminar was held on May 14th
Congratulations to our student employees who recently graduated from the University of Kentucky!
The Geologic Hazards section welcomes new team member Jonathan Schmidt
Haneberg is co-investigator of a $2.6 million grant to reduce radon exposure in rural areas
KGS receives funding from the Foundation for Advancement in Conservation
Dr. William Haneberg was recently appointed to the National Geospatial Advisory Committee (NGAC) by the U.S. Department of the Interior.
Sarah Mardon to Serve in KGS Geoscience Communications Role
Recent Study Quantifies Value of Geologic Data Used to Communicate Radon-Related Health Risks
Join us for the 2020 KGS Annual Seminar:
Elements of Change: Innovative Applications of Geochemistry
Date: Thursday, May 14, 2020
Kentucky Geological Survey to Lead NSF Study of Karst Aquifers
Patrick Gooding retires after more than 40 years at KGS
KGS receives USGS grant for data preservation