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12 February Dinner Meeting Postponed to 19 February Due to Weather

NWGS Student Poster Competition Application due date is now by or before Tuesday noon, February 19,2019

 

 

                   Student Poster Competition

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ACCEPTING February 2019 Dinner Reservations    Reservations

NOW ACCEPTING 2019 MEMBERSHIPS   Memberships

NWGS T-SHIRTS AVAILABLE   T-shirts

 News and Events:

  • UPDATE  - New Meeting:  NWGS Monthly Meeting, 19 February 2019. Michael Holland, Michael Holland Productions, Reconstruction of Dinosaur Fossils: How and Why to Build a Dinosaur.  Click on the Calendar Link for more information (posted 1/2/19).
  • New Newsletter.  February 2019 NWGS Newsletter now available.  Click on the Newsletter Link for more information (posted 1/29/19).
  • New Position.  Lecturer, Physical Geology, Spring Quarter, University of Washington Tacoma.  Priority for applications in by 15 February.  Click on the Employment Link for more information (posted 1/29/19).
  • New Suggested Reading.  Deep-crustal metasedimentary rocks support Late Cretaceous "Mojave-BC" translation.  Click on the Suggested Reading List for more information (posted 1/21/19).
  • New Suggested Reading.  The three-stage petrochemical evolution of the Steens Basalt (southeast Oregon, USA) compare to large igneous provinces and layered mafic intrusions. Click on the Suggested Reading Link for more information (posted 12/27/18).
  • New Suggested Reading. Babcock Bench from Ice Age Floodscapes Series.  Click on the Suggested Reading Link for more information (posted 12/27/18).
  • New Suggested Reading. Volcanoes fed by 'mush' reservoirs rather than molten magma chambers.  Click on the Suggested Readings Link for more information (posted 12/12/18).
  • New Suggested Reading.  Ebbing et al. 2018. Earth tectonics as seen by GOCE.  Click on Suggested Readings Link for more information.  (posted 11/17/18).

 

The Northwest Geological Society is a non-profit educational organization which provides a forum for information and discussion on Northwest geology and related topics. The Society sponsors talks by leading academic and professional geologists at its monthly meetings, conducts field trips to locales of regional geologic interest, and publishes meeting summaries and field guides based on those activities. Membership is open to anyone interested in regional geoscience issues, and includes professionals, teachers, students, and others who have an interest in this field.

 

2013 Fall Field Trip                                                2012 Fall Field Trip                                                 2012 Spring Field Trip

Bruce Stoker - Cadman Quarry On Treacherous Ground 2013 Fall Field Trip   Chiwaukum Schist Cheney and Map Darington Phyllite.    Near Ice Harbor Gap Palouse Falls

Bruce Stoker               On Treahcerous          2013 Fall Field Trip            Chiwaukum Schist   Eric Cheney                 Darrington Phyllite            Wallula Gap              Near Ice Harbour      Palouse Falls
Cadman Quarry           Ground                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Dam