Find out how the earth sciences fit into your life. A new display at the Davis Centre Library explores this topic and features the GeoTime Trail created by Alan Morgan from Earth & Environmental Sciences.
The GeoTime Trail opened in October 2007 and represents a Canadian contribution to the International Year of Planet Earth. The display highlights main aspects of the GeoTime Trail which tells the story of our geological history over a Waterloo trail that is 4.5 km long.
The display in DC was initiated by Kathy Szigeti, Liaison Librarian for Earth & Environmental Sciences (E & ES), with design support provided by Esther Millar, the Library's Communications and Web Management Coordinator.
"In addition to showcasing the GeoTime Trail, the display includes real-world examples of how earth sciences contribute to everyday life, in this case via bike riding and music," says Szigeti.
The display is located in the northwest corner of the Davis Centre Library, on the wall across from the Reference Collection.
For more information, contact:
Liaison Librarian for Earth & Environmental Science