Geologists of Jackson Hole

As a non-profit, all-volunteer organization, our mission is to inform and educate our members and community about earth science related matters – their broad scope and importance to all of us.      Scroll down for upcoming and recent presentations.

Become a Member

We encourage anyone with an interest in earth science, regardless of their educational background, to become a member of the Geologists of Jackson Hole. To learn more about joining, please visit our membership information page. Click here for a membership application.

Upcoming Field Trips

We hold monthly trips and events. Click below for more information.

Public Programs
in Conjunction with
Teton County Library

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Upcoming Live Digital Presentations

May 3rd (Tuesday), 6 p.m., Via Zoom (online) & (depending on Covid) Live at Teton County Library- Open to Public
Presentation: “Wyoming’s Tapirs  –  Who Would have Thought!??”, Presented by Laura Vietti, University of Wyoming
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May 17th (Tuesday), 6 p.m., Via Zoom (online) & Live at Teton County Library- Open to Public
Presentation: “Wyoming, the Nucleus of North America”, Presented by Ron Frost, University of Wyoming
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Recent Presentations
 
  

Here is the YouTube access to all our past Presentations: ALL THE VIDEOS

April 19th (Tuesday), 6 p.m., Via Zoom (online) Only. Open to Public
Presentation:
“Probing the Ancient History of the Northern Rockies”, Presented by Kendra Murray, Idaho St. Univ.
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April 5th (Tuesday), 6 p.m., Via Zoom (online) & (depending on Covid) Live at St. John’s Episcopal Church- Open to Public
Presentation: “Studies of Teton Fault seismicity, using Mtn Front lake sediment data”, Presented by Darren Larsen, Occidental College
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March 15th (Tuesday), 6 p.m., Via Zoom (online) & (depending on Covid) Live at St. John’s Episcopal Church- Open to Public
Presentation:  “Is the Northern Rockies soil organic carbon [or is the] emperor wearing any clothes?”, Presented by Tony Hartshorn, Montana St. Univ.
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March 1st (Tuesday), 6 p.m., Via Zoom (online) & (depending on Covid) Live at St. John’s Episcopal Church- Open to Public
Presentation: “Crystals & Light”, Presented by John Guslander, Geologists of JH

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