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2024 February, Volume 38, No 2Stacia Gordon, University of Nevada Reno, Tracking the Rheology History of an Arc System: Magmatism, …January 30, 2024
2024 January, Volume 38, No 1Jim Miller, GeoEngineers (retired), Gold Adventures in Alaska Newsletter LinkDecember 22, 2023
2023 December, Volume 37, No 8Tom Doe, Golder Associates. Hiking Cougar Mountain During COVID Times Newsletter linkNovember 27, 2023
2023 November, Volume 37, No 7Grace Winer, Expedition Staff member on Lindblad/National Geographic. Geology of Iceland: la Terre Vivante (the …October 31, 2023
2023 October, Volume 37, No 6We regret to announce that there will be no meeting in October. We ran into …October 9, 2023
2023 May, Volume 37, Number 5Drs. Greg Wessel and Theodore Smith, Geology in the Public Interest and Politics and Geology: …April 28, 2023
2023 April, Volume 37, Number 4Dr. Peter Davis, Pacific Lutheran University. New insights into Mesozoic igneous and metamorphic rocks of …March 24, 2023
2023 March, Volume 37, Number 3David B. Williams, Author, Cairns: Messengers in Stone Newsletter LinkMarch 2, 2023
2023 February, Volume 37, Number 2Emily Wilbur, University of Copenhagen, Glacial Cycle Inception in Greenland Newsletter LinkJanuary 30, 2023
2023 January, Volume 37, Number 1Bill Kombol, Palmer Coking Coal Company, LLP, Coal Mine Hazards Newsletter LinkDecember 30, 2022
2022 December, Volume 36, Number 9Tom Bush, Pierce College Puyallup, Stratigraphic and Structural Controls of Landscape Development, San Rafael Swell …December 7, 2022
2022 November, Volume 36, Number 8William Burgel, Retired. The Development of the Science of Geology as it Corresponds to the …November 9, 2022
October 2022, Volume 26, Number 7Elizabeth Davis, University of Washington PhD Candidate Title: Surf ‘n’ Turf Earthquake Records in the …October 2, 2022
June 2022, Volume 36, Number 6John Oldow, Western Washington University (retired) Title: Fidalgo Ophiolite Revisited: A Late Jurassic ophiolitic basalt-argillite …June 1, 2022
May, 2022 Newsletter Volume 36, Number 5Lee Florea, Washington Geological Survey, Toward a More Comprehensive Model of Karst Development Please note …April 25, 2022
April, 2022 Newsletter, Volume 36, Number 4Jory A. Pacht, Altair Resources, Energy 101: A Rational Approach Towards Our Energy FutureMarch 23, 2022
March, 2022 Newsletter Volume 36 Number 3Kelsay Stanton, Washington Geological Survey, Uplifted Pleistocene Estuarine Deposits, Southwestern WashingtonFebruary 9, 2022
February, 2022 Newsletter Volume 36 Number 2Linda Sobolewski, Ruhr-Universität, and Christian Stenner, Alberta/BC Cave Rescue Service, Glaciovolcanic Cave Research in the Cascade …January 27, 2022
January, 2022 Newsletter Volume 36, Number 1Tim Walsh, Wash. Geological Survey (retired) & CREW (Cascadia Region Earthquake Workgroup), Quaternary Geologic History …January 5, 2022
December, 2021 Newsletter Volume 35, Number 8Keith Ronnholm, UW Joint Institute for Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean (JISAO) (retired), Eye …December 4, 2021
November, 2021 Newsletter Volume 35, Number 7Speakers: Kathy Goetz Troost, PhD, LG, Associate Teaching Faculty, UW and Master Students: MitchellHatfield, Environmental …November 1, 2021
October, 2021 Newsletter Volume 35, Number 6Speaker: Melissa Rice, Western Washington University, NASA’s Mars-2020 Mission in Jezero Crater: The First 8 …October 1, 2021
May, 2021 Newsletter Volume 35, Number 5Speaker: Paul Belanger, Sound Water Stewards, Paleoceanographic history that led to ourunderstanding of Cenozoic climate …May 4, 2021
April, 2021 Newsletter Volume 35, Number 4Speaker: Pat Pringle, Centralia College Emeritus, Buried and submerged forests of the Pacific Northwest-Clues to …April 4, 2021
March, 2021 Newsletter Volume 35, Number 3Speaker: Gordon Grant, USDA Forest Service, The Hydraulics of High-Energy Geologic Fluids (or the Physics …March 4, 2021
February, 2021 Newsletter Volume 35, Number 2Speaker: Dr. Anita Grunder, Oregon State University, Volcanic View of Plutonic Rocks: 11 MY of …February 4, 2021
January, 2021 Newsletter Volume 35, Number 1Speaker: Brian Sherrod, USGS, An Update on Paleoearthquakes in Western Washington  January 4, 2021
December, 2020 Newsletter Volume 34, Number 8Speaker: Wayne Ranney, Author & River Guide, Ancient Landscapes of Western North AmericaDecember 4, 2020
November, 2020 Newsletter Volume 34, Number 7Speaker: Eric Cheney, Univ. Wash. Emeritus, The Economic Geology of WashingtonNovember 4, 2020
October, 2020 Newsletter Volume 34, Number 6 SupplementLetter from NWGS President Katie BowerOctober 4, 2020
May, 2020 Newsletter Volume 34, Number 5Due to the coronavirus outbreak, the following events were canceled with the hope of rescheduling …May 4, 2020
March, 2020 Newsletter Volume 34, Number 3Speaker: Dr. Gerald C. Bryant, private contractor rep-resenting Dixie State UniversityMarch 4, 2020
February, 2020 Newsletter Volume 34, Number 2Speaker: David Williams, Naturalist & Author 2020_02  February 4, 2020