2024 February, Volume 38, No 2

Stacia Gordon, University of Nevada Reno, Tracking the Rheology History of an Arc System: Magmatism, Metamorphism, and Deformation in the Deep Crust

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2023 November, Volume 37, No 7

Grace Winer, Expedition Staff member on Lindblad/National Geographic. Geology of Iceland: la Terre Vivante (the Living Earth)

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2023 May, Volume 37, Number 5

Drs. Greg Wessel and Theodore Smith, Geology in the Public Interest and Politics and Geology: Examples from California

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2023 April, Volume 37, Number 4

Dr. Peter Davis, Pacific Lutheran University. New insights into Mesozoic igneous and metamorphic rocks of the Central Cascades, Washington State.

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2022 December, Volume 36, Number 9

Tom Bush, Pierce College Puyallup, Stratigraphic and Structural Controls of Landscape Development, San Rafael Swell and Capitol Reef National Park Areas, South-Central Utah

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2022 November, Volume 36, Number 8

William Burgel, Retired.

The Development of the Science of Geology as it Corresponds to the Growth of the Railroad Industry: How Geology Played a Significant Role in Railroading in the Pacific Northwest

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October 2022, Volume 26, Number 7

Elizabeth Davis, University of Washington PhD Candidate Title: Surf ‘n’ Turf Earthquake Records in the Seattle Fault Zone

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June 2022, Volume 36, Number 6

John Oldow, Western Washington University (retired)

Title: Fidalgo Ophiolite Revisited: A Late Jurassic ophiolitic basalt-argillite matrix mélange and JuraCretaceous stratigraphic overlap sequence, northwestern Washington

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