Union College and the Adirondack Research Consortium have partnered to publish Volume 21 of the Adirondack Journal of Environmental Studies (AJES).
Geological study of the Adirondacks began in the 1830s with the forays of Ebenezer Emmons, under the aegis of New York State. Scientific research has continued unabated, and in recent years, great strides have been made in unraveling the complexities of the plate tectonic history, bedrock geology, glacial processes, and soil/water systems. Much of this research has been spurred by economic and environmental concerns, but in the main, the Adirondacks are studied because they are fundamentally interesting as a geological terrain set in a landscape of preserved, “forever wild” ecosystems.
Volume 21 of AJES is a snapshot in time of the ageless geology of the Adirondacks. The authors and editors have worked tirelessly to make it an important reference document. This issue gathers our knowledge of the geology of the Adirondacks with the goal of informing a broader public audience. The papers summarize historical and current work, calling upon the accumulated studies of many excellent geoscientists who have worked in the Adirondacks over two centuries.
You can receive a copy of Volume 21 of AJES by becoming an “AJES Member” of the Kelly Adirondack Center and the Adirondack Research Consortium. In addition to supporting the ongoing publication of AJES, members will receive updates on future volumes of the journal.
To become a member and to secure your copy of AJES, pay via credit card here. To pay by check, please send your address and along with the payment to the following address:
Attn: Caleb Northrop, Feigenbaum Hall
807 Union Street
Schenectady, NY 12308
Please make checks payable to Union College
If you have any questions, please contact Caleb Northrop at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dan Fitts at email@example.com.
Founded in 1795, Union College is an independent liberal arts college committed to integrating the humanities and social sciences with science and engineering in new and exciting ways. Union is publishing the journal through the Kelly Adirondack Center (www.union.edu/adirondacks). The Adirondack Research Consortium is a not-for-profit research-based organization located on the campus of Paul Smith’s College (www.adkresearch.org).