A study of the economic impact of the aggregate industry in Illinois suggests that the industry has nearly recovered from the 2008 recession, with $1.1 billion in nonfuel mineral extraction (2013 data) compared with $1.2 [...]
When the League of Women Voters (LWV) of Jo Daviess County was recognized with the Effective Community Engagement Award at the organization’s 52nd National Convention June 16-19. [...]
Days before Commencement, Joshua Arneson presented his senior thesis research on identifying nonconventional enhanced oil recovery targets in Illinois at the Capitol Rotunda as a University of Illinois [...]
On April 20, glacial geologists and mappers from geological researchers of multiple agencies and jurisdictions at the ISGS for their annual meeting of the Great Lakes Geologic [...]
In May of 2000, Escherichia coli bacteria contaminated the drinking water of the rural community of Walkerton, Ontario. Seven people died and nearly half of the population of 5,000 [...]
ISGS in the News
ISGS Director Richard Berg discusses how 3-D geological mapping is helping Illinois counties make better development decisions.
Source: University of Illinois News Bureau
Officials say west Danville sinkhole above mine shaft: An 8 feet by 10 feet sinkhole is "not a mine shaft but is pit subsidence resulting from an underlying mine", according to IDNR.
Source: Commercial-News - Danville, IL
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