Geoscience Education in the Mountain State:
The success of RockCamp III inspired RockCamp IV. Our goal is to compare and contrast the geology of West
Virginia with that of New England. For example, why do we quarry limestone and they quarry marble? What is
the common thread here? This trip will explore tectonics, metamorphic and igneous rocks, and glacial features.
Approximately 26 teachers are enrolled in the 8-day trip.
For more information, contact Tom Repine, WVGES Education Specialist (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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