Geoscience Education in the Mountain State:
RockCamp participants have asked for more extensive learning opportunities--especially field-oriented ones.
Honoring their request, RockCamp III was developed to provide them with a chance to see the geomorphology,
tectonic, structural, and stratigraphic geology of the New River. Twenty-six teachers participated in this
6-day trip. We began at the headwaters of the New River in North Carolina and concluded with a day of whitewater
rafting on the New in West Virginia. It is amazing how relevant a discussion of rocks can be to a successful run
of the rapids! Each participant was required to develop an activity that would allow them to share some portion of
their experience with their students.
For more information, contact Tom Repine, WVGES Education Specialist (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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