The Department of Geological Sciences is one of six departments within the Division of Science in the College of Arts and Science. It is housed in a large modern building, built in 1986, and which is situated on the northern side of the Bowl, at the heart of the University of Saskatchewan campus. The building is attractive and functional, and includes a Natural Sciences Museum with three full-scale dinosaur replicas, and spectacular rock and mineral displays that are open to the public throughout the year.
Geological sciences professor wins grand prize in Images of Research contest
posted April 16, 2015
"Geochemical Rainbow" by Assistant Professor Matt Lindsay won the grand prize in the first U of S Images of Research...
Ship to be named after Geological Sciences alumna
posted April 13, 2015
Photo of Margaret Brooke courtesy of Department of National Defence On April 13, the...
Up to the Grand Challenge
posted December 22, 2014
Ingrid Pickering and Graham George Two University of Saskatchewan research teams have been awarded $224,000 from...
Nominations open for Division of Science Research Awards
posted December 3, 2014
Nominations are now open for the 2014/15 Division of Science Research Awards. University of Saskatchewan faculty can nominate their colleagues. The Distinguished Researcher Award recognizes a...
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Published Works (10 Most Recent)
Sedimentology of an early Cambrian tide-dominated embayment: Quyuk formation, Victoria Island, Arctic Canada
Silicate versus carbonate weathering in Iceland: New insights from Ca isotopes
Uranium isotope fractionation in Saanich Inlet: A modern analog study of a paleoredox tracer
In situ biospectroscopic investigation of rapid ischemic and postmortem induced biochemical alterations in the rat brain
Petrogenesis of Early Cretaceous alkaline dolerite dykes in the Dabie Orogen, China: Constraints on the timing of lithospheric thinning
Application of a spoked channel array to confocal X-ray fluorescence imaging and X-ray absorption spectroscopy of medieval stained glass
Can argillaceous formations isolate nuclear waste? Insights from isotopic, noble gas, and geochemical profiles
Geochemical and mineralogical aspects of sulfide mine tailings
Soft-bodied biota from the middle Cambrian (Drumian) Rockslide Formation, Mackenzie Mountains, northwestern Canada
Low-frequency storminess signal at Bermuda linked to cooling events in the North Atlantic region