You're invited to our next evening lecture. Wednesday, February 6, 2013. 7:00 pm. CWU's Hebeler Hall Auditorium. As always....free and open to all!
Seattle-based USGS geologist Brian Sherrod will present "Paleoseismology of the northwestern part of the Yakima Fold and Thrust Belt, Washington." Brian has been using a backhoe and other techniques to study earthquake faults in central Washington. Our faults have been more active than previously believed. Come hear the latest from the guy doing the work!
Photos below: Brian (in red) at his most recent trench. Kittitas Valley north of the Ellensburg airport. November 2012.
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