SEGS-FAPG Virginia Key Deep Well Field Trip
March 31 – April 1
The Southeastern Geological Society (SEGS) and the Florida Association of Professional Geologists (FAPG) will be jointly hosting a field trip to examine the geology, drilling operations, and hydrogeology of the deep injection well currently near drilling completion at Virginia Key. We have been gracious to have been given the opportunity to visit the site by the Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department coordinated through Virginia Walsh, PhD, P.G. More information about the trip can be found in the documents below.
Register using the PayPal Button below. The fee for SEGS members is $50 and for students is $25. Please complete and return the forms below via email to Clint Noble (email@example.com) and Anne Murray (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Indemnification Form (16 KB)
SEGS Liability Waiver (105 KB)
Virginia Key Registration(110 KB)
Field Trip Participant Guidelines (101 KB)
Directions to Virginia Key Site (585 KB)
Pay For Trip:
Thank You Gannett Fleming
SEGS is very pleased to have received a $500 donation in December 2016 from Gannett Fleming, Inc., an American-based engineering firm specializing in international planning, design, and construction management, and employer of SEGS 2017 President Clint Noble and members Daniel Lapikas, Austin Dunlap, Fred Pirkle, and Chrystal Yates. The gracious donation is intended to enhance our ability to provide student grant awards, and our mission to provide inexpensive field trips to all members.
Are you interested in a trip to Cuba?
SEGS long-time member Sarah Whitaker, P.G., expressed interest in facilitating a field trip to Cuba in years past; she’s visited several times as a Canadian citizen. Now that borders are more open, and we learned that flights from Tampa and Orlando are under $200 round trip, some of us are enthusiastic about the adventure. Sarah reported that she is willing to help. Please let any field trip committee member know of your interest, and please – willingness to commit in advance, and help making the trip happen.
Thank You Members
Thank you to all of our members who have promptly paid their 2017 dues (98 members as of March 5, 2017); and thanks especially to members who volunteered to serve on one or more of our committees; enjoy!
USF Thanks You
SEGS Student Research/Field Work Grant Opportunity
We are very pleased to announce our decision to start providing cash awards to students that submit winning applications with a description of their field work or research projects. Our first offering, as described in the link below, includes a $1,000 award for an undergraduate and a $2,000 award for a graduate student. As an incentive to apply for these competitive grants, we are offering FREE 2017 and 2018 SEGS memberships to all applicants that fulfill basic requirements of the simple 2 page award application.
SEGS Logo Shirt Opportunity!
Hey all, SEGS member Scott Nyoff has graciously offered to have our calcite crystal logo embroidered on the front or breast pocket of any shirt(s) that you mail to him with a $12 check per shirt, which includes his cost to mail back to you (SEGS paid the $50 set-up charge). Please take advantage of this offer right away so we can be wearing our colors on field trips.
Mail your shirts with $12 each to:
Scott H. Nyhof, PG, CPG
Senior Project Geologist
Madrid Engineering Group, Inc.
2030 State Road 60 East, Bartow, FL 33830
863. 533.9007 (office)
863. 450.8544 (cell)