2015 Programs and Materials
01/21/15 – The future of nuclear energy
Dan Wachs, INL
02/17/15 – The Teton Fault:New Data, New Interpretations
Glenn Thackray, ISU SUMMARY
03/03/15 – The 14-billion Year History of the Universe. Leading to Modern Materials Science
Joe Greene SUMMARY
03/17/15 – Latest Pleistocene and Holocene geological and paleoenvironmental history of the Jackson Hole region.
Bill Eckerle MATERIALS
03/18/15 – An Overview of Geothermal Resources of Southeastern Idaho
Tom Wood, ISU
4/7/15 Energy in Wyoming, the World: Choices & Costs!
John Hebberger Jr. SUMMARY
4/21/15 Phosphate: Without it, where would we be?
Julia Fletcher, Steve Gilmer, Brody Gibson SUMMARY
4/22/15 How Rock from Idaho Helps Feed the World
Steve Gilmer, Julia Fletcher
May 5 2015 Climate Change Dynamics
Presented by Russ Brown, Corporate and National Laboratory research and development MATERIALS
May 19 2015 Earth has Oxygen, Mars doesn’t … So Why is Mars Rusty?
Presented by Professor Carrick Eggleston, University of Wyoming. SUMMARY
May 20 2015 Geologic wonders of the Gros Ventres!
Presented by John Guslander MATERIALS
June 2 2015 When the Dust Settles: Importance to life through time
Presented by Sarah Aciego, Umich SUMMARY
June 17 2015 Grand Teton park: Nature or Culture?
Presented by Bob Righter
August 18 2015″ Tambora Volcano, Indonesia, 1815: World’s largest and deadliest eruption in recorded history”
Presented by Robert I. Tilling, Volcanologist Emeritus, U.S. Geological Survey MATERIALS
September 15, 2015: ” The Story of Earth”.
Presented by Scott Adams, Chevron Corporation (Retired) SUMMARY
November 3, 2015 Utah’s Mining History Video