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Professor of Geology
Wilson Scholarship Committee
P. O. Box 5448
Search Committee Chair, Department of Geosciences
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
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Dr. John Mylroie (on-campus GRADUATE STUDENT coordinator)- email@example.com
Karst Waters Institute - Conduit Vol 1 No 1
Over the following months, Dave Culver worked with John Mylroie and Bill Jones, two participants of the November 1988 meeting, to examine how establishment of a U.S. karst laboratory could proceed.
Attending were members of the Board of Directors: Dave Culver, Rane Curl, Dan Fong, Janet Herman, Jack Hess, Bill Jones, Tom Kane, John Mylroie, and Will White. After routine introductions and review of the minutes, John Mylroie, KWI President, reported on activities of the KWI since the last Board meeting. A detailed report was submitted to the Board members, which is summarized below. 1. John Mylroie described an example of self-instruction or correspondence that has been very successful in Meteorology at Mississippi State University. John Mylroie, President of the KWI, has made a challenge to the Board of Directors.
KWI Conduit Volume 5 No. 1
KWI Board of Directors member John Mylroie gave the Keynote Address on "Land Use and Carbonate Island Karst", and later, presented the Banquet speech on the more entertaining aspects of doing research on carbonate islands.
Managing Editor: Dr. John E. Mylroie Dr. John E. Mylroie Department of Geosciences P.O. Box 5448
John Mylroie and Horton Hobbs are heading up the initial planning efforts.
Sinkholes and Karst Engineering (6th Conference)
Tour an Island Paradise with Dr. John Mylroie
Dr. John Mylroie! It's easy to envy a colleague who has made a career out of lounging around tropical beaches. Dr. John Mylroie has done just that--specializing in karst systems and fresh-water lens on carbonate islands. He has published widely on such topics as Hydrodynamic behavior of caves formed in the fresh- water lens of carbonate islands; Geology of the Bahamas; and Water-rock interaction ... Geomorphic perspective and island karst. Dr. John Mylroie, Island Karstrunner and infamous racontuer. Many conference attendees have struggled for years to convince the uninitiated that karst is different. Now we learn that karst developed on young, near-coastal limestones is even different from traditional karst. As Keynote Speaker, Dr. Mylroie will review recent advances in our understanding of karst developed in young carbonates, and he will explain its practical implications ranging from the nature of contaminant transport to the origin of land collapse hazards. Following the banquet, he will share less formal anecdotes and reflections on his numerous exploits in his own inimitable style. Dr. John Mylroie is currently Professor of Geology at Mississippi State University. He has also taught for several years in the University in the Park series at Mammoth Cave National Park; served as Program Chairman for the Fourth Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas, and was the co-leader for the 28th International Geological Congress field trip to those islands. He was instrumental in founding, and served for five years as the president of, the Karst Waters Institute. Dr. John Mylroie will be the banquet speaker. The banquet is included in the conference registration.