News Release, Kansas Geological Survey, May 23, 2002
The council is a 12-member group from across the state that meets twice a year to review and discuss Survey programs.
The upcoming meeting will include presentations from Survey staff about research and legislation concerning the High Plains aquifer of western Kansas; ongoing studies related to natural gas explosions in Hutchinson in January 2001; and a new Survey program involving geology and archeology.
Current members of the advisory council are Dennis Clennan, Hutchinson; David Heinemann, Topeka; Sharon Falk, Stafford; Sheila Leiker-Page, Victoria; Dennis McKinney, Greensburg; Derek Schmidt, Independence; Hubert H. Hall, Lecompton; Mary Hubbard, Manhattan; Sidney Warner, Cimarron; Larry McCants, Goodland; Larry Richardson, Wichita; and Hannes Zacharias, Olathe.
The Kansas Geological Survey is a research and service division of KU, located on the University's west campus. The Survey studies and reports on the state's geologic resources and hazards.