UMW News BureauGeology professor will present at the Arctic Grayling Recovery Program annual meeting in Bozeman. Rob Thomas, Professor of geology in the department of earth and environmental sciences at the University of Montana Western will be presenting at the Arctic Grayling Recovery Program annual meeting in Bozeman, Mont. Feb. 25. He will be presenting the results of a riparian assessment study conducted by the Environmental Field Studies class at UMW during the fall of 2008.
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