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July 18, 2024
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Discovering Ashland’s Geological Treasures: A Community Expedition

Delve into the captivating world of Ashland’s geology and unravel the secrets of how scientists study subduction zones with an expert panel led by Dr. Madison Myers, Assistant Professor at Montana State University. Join us for an enlightening evening as we explore the intricate geologic formations of our region, including the enigmatic Ashland Pluton and the majestic Crater Lake.

Discover why Ashland is a focal point for international geologists and what residents need to know about the dynamic forces shaping our landscape. From the depths of the Cascadia Subduction Zone to the ancient formations near Ashland, this discussion will shed light on the latest research and its implications for our community.

This event is designed for curious minds of all ages, with no prior scientific knowledge required—just bring your questions and enthusiasm! Join us on this journey of discovery into the heart of Ashland’s geological wonders.

Date & Time:

July 29, 2024 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Cost:

Free

Ashland Library

410 Siskiyou Boulevard
Ashland, OR 97520 United States

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