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.
Ore Gangue Alumnus "Walking Back to Saskatoon"
posted June 10, 2016
Dave Nordin, a 1984 alumnus of the Department, is in the midst of a walk from Calgary to Saskatoon to raise money for charity. He was active with the Ore Gangue while he was a student, and has...
National Geographic Society grant to study fossils near Churchill
posted June 7, 2016
Congratulations to Michael Cuggy for his success in obtaining a grant from the National Geographic Society's Committee for Research and Exploration to study fossils in the Upper Ordovician Airport...
Geology staff take top honours in “Best Description”
posted May 2, 2016
Geology staff take top honours in “Best Description” The Images of Research competition just took place and two of our staff members took top honours in the new category “Best...
Saskatchewan siblings launch Kickstarter for a gem museum
posted March 23, 2016
Radisson siblings love of rocks, minerals and fossils have lead them to want to share their collection with the community. To accomplish this they have started a Kickstarter campaign to raise...
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Published Works (10 Most Recent)
New hydrothermal route for the synthesis of high purity nanoparticles of zeolite y from kaolin and quartz
Response of the Cr isotope proxy to Cretaceous Ocean Anoxic Event 2 in a pelagic carbonate succession from the Western Interior Seaway
Asynchronous reductive release of iron and organic carbon from hematite-humic acid complexes
Variations in zircon Hf isotopes support earliest Proterozoic Wilson cycle tectonics on the Canadian Shield
The stable Cr isotopic compositions of chondrites and silicate planetary reservoirs
Initial geochemical characteristics of fluid fine tailings in an oil sands end pit lake
Lepeichnus giberti igen. nov. isp. nov. from the upper Miocene of Lepe (Huelva, SW Spain): Evidence for its origin and development with proposal of a new concept, ichnogeny
Integrated Ichnofacies models for deserts: Recurrent patterns and megatrends
Erratum to: Fluids preserved in variably altered graphitic pelitic schists in the Dufferin Lake Zone, south-central Athabasca Basin, Canada: implications for graphite loss and uranium deposition (Miner Deposita, DOI 10.1007/s00126-015-0628-6)
Fluids preserved in variably altered graphitic pelitic schists in the Dufferin Lake Zone, south-central Athabasca Basin, Canada: implications for graphite loss and uranium deposition