LEXINGTON, Ky. (March 17, 2016) — What lies beneath the earth’s surface across the 40,000 square miles that make up Kentucky is fascinating, and also scientifically important.
The Kentucky Geological Survey (KGS) investigates the mineral, energy and water resources, and geologic hazards of the state. As the official geologic research organization for the Commonwealth of Kentucky, the mission of KGS is focused on research in earth resources and processes, public service, and the dissemination of data, knowledge, and experience to stakeholders in industry, government, educational institutions, and the general public.
Recently, Jerry Weisenfluh, interim state geologist and director of KGS, was the featured guest on “UK at the Half,” a radio feature which airs at halftime of every UK basketball and football game broadcast on the UK Sports Network. “UK at the Half” is produced and hosted by Carl Nathe of UK Public Relations and Marketing.
To hear the “UK at the Half” interview, click here.