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.The Geologist of Jackson Hole are excited to bring back in-person presentations as well as still using Zoom. For the time being, the presentations will be hosted at St. John’s church. This is a work in progress. So, please have patience with us volunteers. You are welcome to join the live presentations using the Zoom meeting link and password listed for each presentation. Instructions on how to use GJH Zoom are under Education.
Upcoming Live Digital Presentations
August 3rd (Tuesday), 6 p.m., Via Zoom (online) and in-person at St. John’s Church – Open to Public. Presentation: “Magmatic flare-ups in Cordilleran orogenic systems”, Presented by Jay Chapman, University of Wyoming. Summary & Zoom Link
August 17th (Tuesday), 6 p.m., Via Zoom (online) – Open to Public. Presentation: “Wyoming’s geologic resources, hazards and groundwater: Projects at the Wyoming State Geological Survey”, Presented by Erin Campbell, Wyoming Geological Survey. Summary & Zoom Link
Here is the Youtube access to all our past Presentations: ALL THE VIDEOS
July 20th (Tuesday), 6 p.m., Via Zoom (online) – Open to Public. Presentation: “Pleistocene glaciation and fault activity in the Teton Range and greater Yellowstone”, Presented by Joe Licciardi, University of New Hampshire. Summary | Video
July 6th (Tuesday), 6 p.m., Via Zoom (online) – Open to Public. Presentation: “Distributed acoustic sensing: game changing for seismology?”, Presented by Zack Spica, University of Michigan. Summary | Video
June 15th (Tuesday), 6 p.m., Via Zoom (online) – Open to Public. Presentation: “Permafrost in a changing climate: Arctic lake and drained lake basin systems”, Presented by Andy Parsekian, University of Wyoming. Twitter: @uw_nsgeophysics Summary | Video