Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Lehman Caves by learning in-depth about Great Basin National Park.
June 1: The Geology of Great Basin National Park: From the dawn of life to the Snake Range of the Basin and Range
This discussion of the geology of Great Basin National Park is a beginner's introduction to the long and complex geologic history represented by the rocks that form Great Basin National Park, whose ages range from the Precambrian (greater than 600 million years) to the Cenozoic (as young as 10 million years).
Our Speaker: Elizabeth Miller has taught at Stanford University for over 40 years. Through these years she taught summer field geology in the southern and northern Snake Range. Undergraduate and graduate students camped in different places for six weeks during their summer field class and covered the ground on foot, charting the geologic details of the Snake Range and surrounding mountain.
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