Geoscience BC Scholarship Recipients: Second Webinar with the Canadian Society for Unconventional Resources Announced

Vancouver, BC – September 24, 2020 – Geoscience BC and The Canadian Society for Unconventional Resources (CSUR) have announced the details of the second of two webinars to highlight the research of four Geoscience BC scholarship recipients.

The second webinar will feature presentations by two students and their research on hydrogeology and geothermal resources followed by a question and answer session.

When: October 20, 2020 from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm MST (10:00 am to 11:00 am PST)

Presenter: Maximilian Goetz, M.Sc. Student in Geological Sciences - University of British Columbia
Presentation: Installation of Purpose-Built Groundwater Monitoring Network to Characterize Groundwater Methane in the Peace Region, BC

Presenter: Theron Finley, M.Sc. Student in Geology and Geophysics – University of Alberta
Presentation: Structurally-Controlled Geothermal Systems in Southeastern BC, and Their Context in Canada and the world

Registration is now open and is mandatory. Please register by October 19 by 3:00 pm MST (2:00 pm PST).

Register here

The first webinar in the series takes place September 25 and will feature a presentation by two students and their research on induced seismicity. Registration for the first webinar has now closed, but the video will be available on the Gesocience BC website in coming weeks.

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