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  'MESSAGE' => string 'Pinnaduwa Kulatilake from the University of Arizona, Tucson, will  present the next LEEPS lectures Friday, Feb. 8. 

At noon, Kulatilake will address “Rock Slope Stability Analyses -- A Case Study,” in 100 Leonard Hall. At 3 p.m., in 109 Leonard Hall, he will discuss “Three Dimensional Rock Mass Fracture Geometry and Fluid Flow Modeling for a Tunnel Site in California.” 

The Department of Geology and Geological Engineering Leading Edge of Earth and Planetary Science lecture program (LEEPS) brin'... (length=836)
  'NAME' => string 'Connie Larson' (length=13)
  'TITLE' => string 'Administrative Secretary' (length=24)
  'DEPT' => string 'Geology & Gelogical Engineering' (length=31)
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Pinnaduwa Kulatilake presents next LEEPS lectures


Pinnaduwa Kulatilake from the University of Arizona, Tucson, will present the next LEEPS lectures Friday, Feb. 8.

At noon, Kulatilake will address “Rock Slope Stability Analyses -- A Case Study,” in 100 Leonard Hall. At 3 p.m., in 109 Leonard Hall, he will discuss “Three Dimensional Rock Mass Fracture Geometry and Fluid Flow Modeling for a Tunnel Site in California.”

The Department of Geology and Geological Engineering Leading Edge of Earth and Planetary Science lecture program (LEEPS) brings nationally and internationally known scientists and others to UND to give talks on cutting edge science and engineering. Lectures cover a wide range of topics, including academic science, applied engineering, and environmental issues of current significance.

For more information, contact Zhengwen Zeng at 777-3027.
-- Connie Larson, Administrative Secretary, Geology & Gelogical Engineering, connielarson@mail.und.nodak.edu, 7-2248