Gold is one of the most fascinating of the 4,500 mineral species on Earth and no mineral (or metal) evokes… Read more10-03-2020 Terry Wallace — Gold: A Journey from the Big Bang to the Amazon
If you’re into stratigraphy, time, and correlation of rock units, take a look at these sites: Home site for the… Read moreStratigraphic Time Charts and Correlations
David Williams, frequent and interesting speaker for our lecture series (see events on 3/2/13, 11/7/15 and 5/11/19), has announced that… Read moreStories in Stone David Williams 2019
We are living in a time of unprecedented and rapid technological, economic, social, and environmental change. I will argue that,… Read more12-7-2019 Peter Ward — The Coming Great Simplification?
About the lecture Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Exotic Deep Sea Life Off Our Coast In this talk you’ll learn all about… Read more01-19-2019 Deborah Kelly: Seamounts on Cascadia’s margin
David B. Williams is a freelance writer in Seattle. Originally raised in Seattle, he went to college in Colorado where… Read moreWilliams, David B.
Sat. Sept, 29, 3-5 pm; John Pallister—VDAP & Volcanic Hazards to Aircraft Meeting Location Port Townsend Aero Museum 105… Read more09-29-2018 John Pallister: Volcanic Disasters and Hazards to Aircraft
About the Talk Chasing Lava – A Geologist’s Adventures at Kilauea Volcano, Hawai’i In 1969, as Neil Armstrong set foot… Read more12-07-2013 Wendell Duffield: Kilauea Volcano
About the Talk Earth as Art In his 2012 book, “The Sciences and the Arts,” Chemist Harold Cassidy draws parallels… Read more01-10-2015 Ray Pestrong: Earth Art
About the Talk Global Warming, Global Cooling, and the Evolution of Whales Liz Nesbitt will take you on an adventure… Read more03-19-2016 Liz Nesbitt: Climate & Whales