Do rocks and ice interest you? How about if they are thousands and thousands of years old?
If so, check out Glacier National Park’s brown bag seminar on geology and glaciers called, “Stories from Rock and Ice: Geology and Climate Change of Glacier National
Park,” happening on Sept. 8.
The seminar will be held during lunch time from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. at the park headquarters community building in West Glacier. The folks up at Glacier are pretty excited about it:
Join Glacier Institute’s Field Camp Director, Paul Rappaport, in a spectacular geologic journey through Glacier National Park. Paul holds a Masters of Geology from the University of Maine, specializing in glacial geology and Quaternary studies. Paul has more than 15 years of formal science teaching experience, and five years of private consulting from the Dry Valleys of Antarctica to the gas fields of the Four Corners of Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah.
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