Geology’s Neal Iverson, former advisees, receive Geological Society of America research award

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Neal Iverson, professor and the Smith Family Foundation Departmental Chair of Geology, and four of his former advisees are the recipients of the Kirk Bryan Award for Research Excellence from the Geological Society of America. The award is given for a publication of distinction advancing the science of geomorphology or Quaternary geology and is the only such award given in those fields. The award goes to Iverson and former advisees, Thomas Hooyer, Jason Thomason, Matt Graesch and Jacqueline Shumway, for their paper "The experimental basis for interpreting particle and magnetic fabrics of sheared till" published in the journal "Earth Surface Processes and Landforms." More