About Dr. Steve Austin
Dr. Steve Austin is a Penn State grad and well-known geologist who is also a dedicated beekeeper. He has plenty to share with us about the complexity of the "simple" honeybee.
As a geologist, Dr. Austin has studied the geology of Mount St. Helens over the last 40 years. He is the host in the video "Mount St. Helens – Modern-Day Evidence for the World-Wide Flood" and co-authored the book "Footprints in the Ash" with fellow geologist John Morris, Ph.D., which documents the story of the explosive eruption. He has published scholarly works on coal formation, canyon formation, and sedimentation, all of which are part of the Mount St. Helens story. Also, Steve was the editor of the book "Grand Canyon – Monument to Catastrophe." He is currently a Senior Research Scientist at Logos Research Associates and an Adjunct Professor of Geology at Cedarville University.