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William GillilandWilliam Gilliland is an Adjunct Assistant Professor in Geology, teaching Kansas Historical Geology. He is a Licensed Geologist in the States of Kansas & Arkansas. He has worked for 35 years in Kansas as a geologist in a variety of fields. He is currently an Environmental Scientist in the Division Of Water Resources, Kansas Department of Agriculture. He writes "Throughout my professional career, I have been interested in the interaction between the people of the State of Kansas and the land that they have settled. As a part of the Kansas Studies Center, I will have an opportunity to share with students how geology has developed and shaped the land that became Kansas, and how plants, animals and humans have utilized it."

Email: will.gilliland@washburn.edu

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