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New Geology Research Instrument Opens Up Exciting New Research Opportunities ​Las Vegas, N.M. –  A powerful new geology research instrument at Highlands University will open up opportunities for students in research that will advance knowledge in dormant and active volcanoes, continental plate movements and ancient climate change, with implications for modern climate change.Thanks to a $523,844 grant from the National Science Foundation, Highlands will add a superconducting rock magnetometer to its state-of-the-art Paleomagnetic – Rock Magnetic Laboratory, the only research lab of its kind in New Mexico, Eastern Arizona and Southern Colorado. “This exciting new tool gives us the capability to pursue new studies related to the motion of the



Application to be a Participant in the Northern New Mexico Climate Change Corps

Sponsored by the USDA
Hispanic Serving Institutions Education Grants Program


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