Dr. Paul Doss
Dr. Doss is an Associate Professor of Geology at USI. He has been the mentor professor for all of the undergraduate researchers involved with the ground water laboratory. Here he is while serving as the Chief Geologist of Yellowstone National Park in 2000 - 2001.
Liz is currently doing isotope research at USI with Randy Woodruff. She presented her hurricane isotope research at the GSA regional meeting Akron Ohio 2005.
Expected to graduate Winter 2007.
Laura is Finishing up work with the real-time data logger. She presented at the national GSA meeting in Philadelphia 2006. She also creating the web page for the Ground Water Lab and is getting ready to attend graduate school at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale fall of 2007.
Graduated Winter 2006.
Paul worked in the Groundwater lab with Dr. Doss and Dr. Pickett studying Influences of Earth tides on the Inglefield Aquifer. He, with Rob Brown, also isolated the Barometric Influence
On Ground-Water Levels Inglefield Aquifer
Graduated in Spring of 2005-Paul is now a graduate student at Utah State University
As well as working with Paul on Earth tides, Rob's research also focused on Stress-Induced Water-Level Fluctuations In The Inglefield Aquifer with Paul Inkenbrandt.
Graduated Spring 2004. Rob is now Resource Specialist with the Vanderburgh County Soil and Water Conservation Association
Graduated spring of 2003. Carly is now an Oil and Gas Inspector with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources
Graduated spring of 2003. Gena is now the Science Educator at the Evansville Museum or Arts and Sciences.
The original team Travis Erny, Seth Clark and Cathy Cure, that started research when the lab was first built. Travis is now a hydro- environmental consultant in Indianapolis. Cathy is a master gardener in Evansville and Seth is working to be a certified earth science teacher.