2021 Programs and Materials

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. Summary | Video

June 1st (Tuesday), 6 p.m., Via Zoom (online) – Open to Public. Presentation“Lava vs Water in the Snake River Plain of southern Idaho”, Presented by Shawn Willsey, College of Southern Idaho. Summary | Video

May 18th (Tuesday), 5 p.m., Via Zoom (online) – Open to Public. Presentation“The Geology of East Greenland”, Presented by James Cresswell, Geo World Travel. Summary | Video

May 4th (Tuesday), 6 p.m., Via Zoom (online) – Open to Public. Presentation“Mondrian or Pollock, what is the true nature of the Earth mantle?”, Presented by Sarah Lambart, University of Utah Summary

April 20th –  Joel Pederson – Utah State UniversityActive tectonics along the flank of Yellowstone investigated using terraces of the Snake River in and around Alpine Canyon”  Video Summary

April 6th – Ben CrosbyIdaho State University: An Inventory of Landslides in Grand Teton National Park”  Video Summary

March 16th – Mike Scher and Cynthia BlankenshipGeologists of Jackson Hole “Fascinating and Fossil-Rich Limestones and Dolomites of the Teton Range”  Video Summary

March 2nd – John Willott, Geologists of Jackson HolePresentation: “Natural Gas and Transition to Renewable Energy”;  Video Summary

February 16th  – Mike Poland, USGS/Yellowstone Observatory “An Overview of Yellowstone Hazards, Monitoring, and Recent Activity; Presented by . Video Summary

February 2nd –Samuel Singer, Wyoming Stargazing & Mike Adler, Geologists of Jackson Hole “Viewing the Night Sky Live!; Presented by . Video Summary

January 19th (Tuesday), 6 p.m., via Zoom (online) – Open to Public. Presentation“The rise and fall of latest Pleistocene pluvial lakes in the northern Great Basin; Presented by Daniel Enrique Ibarra, Univ. of CA, Berkeley. Video Summary

January 5th (Tuesday), 6 p.m., via Zoom (online) – Open to Public. Presentation“Critical for Life: Where is Water in the Solar System, and Where Did it Come From?”; Presented by Mike Adler, Geologists of JH. Video  Summary