Unless otherwise notified all programs are held at 6 p.m in the Teton County Library Auditorium.
6/6 (Tuesday), 6 p.m., What punctuates the geologic time scale? Presented by Peter L. Ward, Geologists of Jackson Hole. Summary
6/20 (Tuesday), 6 p.m., Wyoming’s Ancient Ecosystems: Paleontological and Geochemical Evidence of Ecosystem Change over the last 65 Million Years. Presented by Mark Clementz, University of Wyoming, Dept. of Geology & Geophysics. Summary
5/16 Public Energy in Wyoming & the World: Critical Choices & Costs! Presented by John J Hebberger Jr., Geologists of Jackson Hole Summary
5/2 Public Detrital zircons and the intriguing problem of the Late Cretaceous Harebell Formation and the Targhee Uplift Presented by Paul Link, Geosciences Department, Idaho State University Summary
4/18 The Wyoming State Geological Survey: Its mission & contribution to Wyoming and the United States Presented by Tom Drean, Director & State Geologist, Wyoming State Geological Survey. Summary
Members Only Events
June 21 Jackson Whole Grocer – From River Horses to Sea Cows: Using Stable Isotope Analysis to Identify SemiAquatic Mammals in the Fossil Record. Mark Clementz, Uwy.