A St. Lawrence student presented the results of his collaborative research with a faculty member at the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, held in Boston in November.

Timothy D. Bouchard '03, of Pembroke, New Hampshire, attended the conference with Chapin Professor of Geology J. Mark Erickson. Together, they presented a paper that resulted from an independent study Bouchard conducted last year with Erickson. The paper was tiitled "Boring morphology of a newly described domichnium in Ordovician, in situ, branching bryozoan colonies."

Bouchard is a 1999 graduate of the Derryfield School, and a geology major. He was awarded a Tanner Fellowship in the spring, for independent research activities conducted during the summer months.

Several St. Lawrence alumni also attended the conference, and presented research.

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