Jefferson Land Trust’s Quimper Geological Society

We seek to foster an understanding of geologic concepts in our community by offering 4-5 illustrated lectures during the year and two summer field trips. We focus mainly, but not exclusively, on local and regional geologic features and issues. All talks are free and open to the public, although we gratefully accept donations to defray our expenses.

Our speaking events are usually on Saturdays at 4 pm and the location of each event is noted on this website (see upcoming events listed below) and through our emails. Programs are generally announced in local print and electronic bulletin boards, too.

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Next Events (click title for details)


2020-01-18 Jeff Tepper — Accretion of the Olympics and Birth of the Cascades

From the Accretion of the Olympics to the Birth of the Cascades: The Eocene Transformation of Washington Geology About the lecture… Read more2020-01-18 Jeff Tepper — Accretion of the Olympics and Birth of the Cascades

2020-02-25 — Tsunami Evacuation Walk Times

The Department of Natural Resource’s Geological Survey has released a series of Tsunami Evacuation maps for coastal areas of Washington…. Read more2020-02-25 — Tsunami Evacuation Walk Times

2020-02-29 Carrie Garrison Laney — Tsunami deposits of the Puget Sound: evidence for local and Cascadian earthquakes

Details to follow

2020-04-18 Will Gallin — Turbidites and submarine canyons: the deepwater depositional system of the Cascadia accretionary wedge

Details to follow

2020-05-30 Pat Pringle — About Buried and Submerged Forests

Buried and Submerged Forests of the Pacific Northwest—Witnesses to Ancient Earthquakes, Landslides, and Volcanic Eruptions About the lecture How much… Read more2020-05-30 Pat Pringle — About Buried and Submerged Forests


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