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Message from the Chairman " I take things such as I find them at present^ and from there I reason with regard to that which must have been . . . (James Hutton 1726-1797 ) In the past year a number of developments have taken place which will have an effect on everyone in the Geology Department at Lakehead University. Re- visions in the undergraduate programmes and courses were completed. With these changes we believe that our students will be exposed to a more competitive programme which will prepare them for a variety of alternatives upon graduation. In the coming year the Department will embark on its graduate programme which was recently approved by the Council of Ontario Universities. It has taken a great deal of hard work and an even greater amount of patience over many years which now make it possible to provide students the opportunity of a grad- uate programme in Geology at Lakehead University. Graduate research topics will focus on the Precambrian of the western Superior Province and adjacent re- gions, and will be centered in the major disciplines of Geology. The presence of graduate students will be of benefit to all of us, for they will form an Integral part of the geological family at Lakehead University. The geological community at large will also experience some significant changes in the next few years. A major portion of the Geological Survey of Canada will be relocated in Thunder Bay by 1980. Among the geologists to be transferred here are members of the Precambrian Division, the Petrology, Geo- chronology, and Paleomagnetlsm Sections. The Impact of this explosive in- crease in the geological community is difficult to imagine in all its ramifi- cations. Whatever the outcome, it remains certain that for us all it will pro- vide a previously nearly non-existant setting in which we can readily exchange geological knowledge and ideas. Such an environment will surely enhance the present high level of research activity. In the next few years we will experience the full impact of these changes. In the meantime there remains much for us all to do to ensure that we will bene- fit the utmost from these developments. May I extend my heartiest congratulations and admiration to all geology students on the successful production of the Geology Yearbook. You have shown yourselves capable of imagination, initiative, bound- less energy and perslstance in this worthy undertaking. Your labours will serve future Yearbook organizers well. On behalf of the Geology Department I extend our best wishes to you in your future endeavours. M.M. Kehlenbeck, Chairman
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Message from the Dean of Science I would like to congratulate the Editor and Staff for their initiative in recommencing the Geology Year Book series . programme of study at a university should be to obtain an education. However, a university experience should consist of more than lectures, laboratories and examinations. It should be a time when young people undergo considerable social and cultural development. The comradship involved in bringing the Year Book to a successful completion is part of this extracurricular experience. I wish the members of the Geology Club a rewarding and successful sojourn at Lakehead University. The primary purpose of students whom enroll in a Best wishes! JOHN S. MOTHERSILL, Dean of Science.
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