We’ve got an exciting two-day tour planned that will introduce you to Newberry Volcano’s complex volcanic history and its geologic significance on the central Oregon landscape. We’ll see some beautiful soil profiles formed in numerous tephras from eruptions that have occurred between 80,000 and 1,200 years before present, and will discuss the unique management implications of these individual deposits. We’ll also see and discuss evidence of other large-scale geomorphic processes (Flooding! Glaciation! Landslides!). See the attached > draft agenda < for more information…
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Price includes: lunch and dinner Friday, two drink tickets, and lunch on Saturday. Breakfast and lodging are on your own. Free van transportation to and from the meeting is available for folks traveling from Corvallis. Membership can be purchased now or renewed prior to the meeting.