Michigan Geological Survey with its long history of geologic research in Michigan is housed in the Department of Geosciences at Western Michigan University. The survey facilitates research to promote the wise use of natural resources while serving the general public through quality research, invaluable expertise and historic data repository.
Kalamazoo County had the earthquake on 12:23 pm EDT May 2, 2015. The magnitude of the earthquake as reported by USGS is 4.2 on the Richter Scale. The location of the earthquake was Section 13, Township 3S and Range 10W in Pavilion Township of Kalamazoo County (Latitude 42.212, Longitude -85.429). The depth of the earthquake was 5.9 kilometers or 19,314 feet. More about this from USGS website...
- Michigan Geological Survey Annual Report 2014
- Testimony in support of H.R. 5066
- Comprehensive GIS website of Michigan Geological Survey
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- Physiographic Map of Michigan
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Director of the survey explains the importance of soil identification and use of consistent terminologies for water well drillers at Michigan Ground Water Association conference in Battle Creek, Michigan. Watch the video.