West Virginia News Archive

– Dr. Ron Martino, Dept. of Geology, Marshall University Anyone who has grown up in WV or has at least spent some time outdoors here knows that there are many parts of the state that are truly wild and wonderful. Our wildlife ranges from bears, coyotes, mountain lions, bobcats, turkey, and elk to rattle snakes,

– Dr. Mike Caudill, Dept. of Geology, Marshall University According to the West Virginia Groundwater Resource Act, Article 12, Chapter 22 of the West Virginia Code, groundwater is the source of drinking water for more than 50% of the state’s total population and more than 90% of the rural population. Students in Marshall University’s Hydrogeology