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Did you know?Brachiopods are a form of sea life that lived near ancient tropical shores by the billions. Many species died out at the end of the Paleozoic; the survivors are much rarer and few types remain. The seashells commonly found today are pelecypods, not brachiopods, and are not even closely related to them!
Did you know?Fossil leaves (above) are commonly found in some parts of Illinois. These leaves represent several types of large trees found in the coal swamps. In some places these leaves are found in oval rocks called concretions. The Coal Age fossils from Illinois' Mazon Creek locality are world-famous!
COAL isn't found in northern Illinois! The delta rocks (where the coal is) were eroded away in the northern quarter of the state. Only the central and southern parts of the state contain coal.
Then where do we find most of our groundwater? We get it from the ancient ocean rocks exposed in the northern quarter of the state and along the Mississippi River Valley and a few other areas. Also, remember the ancient valleys buried by the glaciers? These valleys are partially filled with glacial sand and gravel. Even though they're not visible at the surface, we can drill into them in many places and obtain a good water supply. Areas with thick deposits of sand and gravel, or where limestone or sandstone are near the surface, generally have good groundwater resources.
The history of Illinois is an exciting story! Illinois has seen a fascinating variety of different landscapes. The processes that formed these ancient landscapes produced the Illinois we know today, and it's important to understand that long story! Why? In part, because the presence of the resources that we all use is determined by the processes of long ago that combined to build Illinois!
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People experiencing Long COVID may need financial assistance due to lost wages or unemployment. There are federal programs to help you address financial difficulties that are the result of Long COVID. In addition, some of the resources may also support individuals, their families and caregivers are experiencing the longer-term impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, such as mental health and substance use challenges and bereavement. Individuals who lost income due to the loss of a loved one may also find assistance from these federal supports.
The Supplemental Security Income (SSI program pays benefits to adults and children with disabilities who have limited income and resources. Like the SSDI program, the SSI program can provide assistance to people who qualify as disabled due to a medical condition like COVID-19, if it results in functional limitations that prevent a person from working. The SSI program provides assistance to some people who are disabled under the Social Security Act, which may be different from the requirements to be considered disabled under the ADA. Unlike SSDI, for a person to receive SSI, they also must have limited income and resources. SSI payments are also made to people age 65 and older without disabilities who meet the financial qualifications. You may be eligible to receive monthly SSI payments even if you are receive SSDI or retirement benefits.
Welcome to Mississippi State University! No matter if you are arriving to campus for the very first time or returning to campus as an upperclassman, we have been anxiously awaiting your arrival, and we are so glad you are here. As part of the Bulldog Family, you have access to numerous resources, and we want MSU Police Dept. to be one of those resources. If we can assist you in any way, please do not hesitate to call or text us at 662-325-2121 or come by and visit us at 25 Walker Road in the Butler Williams Bldg. (between Hull Hall and the South end of Davis-Wade Stadium).
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