Exploring Lake Washington. This is a test and this field trip will not occur.
Kathy Troost and Masters Students from the University of Washington will be presenting a local project.
Keith Ronnholm, retired UW Joint Institute for Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean (JISAO) will present Eyewitness to an Exploding Volcano - Mt. St. Helens.
6:30 - 7:30: Social Hour \\ 7:30 Talk \\ Speaker: T. J. Walsh, Washington Geological Survey (retired) and CREW (Cascadia Region Earthquake Workgroup), President \\ Topic: Quaternary Geologic History of the South Puget Sound and Nisqually Reach Area
6:30 Social Hour 7:30 Speaker Program: Glaciovolcanic caves in the Cascades, Linda Sobolewski, Climatology of Extreme Environments researcher at Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB); and Christian Stenner, National Geographic Explorer, Fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, and cave adventurer
6:30 – 7:30: Social Hour \\7:30 Talk \\ Speaker: Kelsay Stanton, Washington Geological Survey \\ Topic: Uplifted Pleistocene estuarine deposits, southwestern Washington
Note that our meeting is shifted to the 3rd Tuesday of May due to conflicts with the WAHGS conference.
Joint Meeting with AEG with speaker John Oldow to discuss the geology we'll explore in our Fall Field Trip to the Fidalgo Island area ophiolites. Hybrid meeting with Zoom available, or our first in-person event.