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bathymetry survey Mendenhall Lake
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Friday, September 17, 2010

Multidisciplinary Lab Hours HB105

We're staffing up the MDL.  If you need to work on computers that have the suite of ENVS and GEOG programs: ArcGIS 10, Erdas Imagine, AutoCad and everything else come by HB105 get some work done with fellow students.  You can also check out equipment.  Lab hours are posted on the HB105 door, and at the following link.  More hours will be added soon so check back.  We can also let you into HB110 if the room is available.

http://www.uas.alaska.edu/arts_sciences/naturalsciences/envs/mdl_lab.html

Also this weblog is now including new ENVS and GEOG majors and students (ENVS101).  If you know of fellow students that don't know about this, please pass it along.  It's our primary communication tool for jobs, grants, scholarships, events, etc.

Also tonight see fellow ENVS and GEOG students and their fellow ODS climbers as they present pictures from their Denali climb last May.  It's the highest peak in North America and a huge accomplishment for the ODS program.  Evening at Egan 7PM tonight!  All Evening at Egan lectures are simulcast on UATV Cable Channel 11 and live via streaming video at http://uatv.alaska.edu/ but the pictures and stories are best seen first hand.

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