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Third Thursday "Meet a Scientist" - Pub Night

Meet for dinner at 6 PM.

Talk starts at 7 PM.

It gets crowded in the pub so arriving early is the best way to get a good seat.

 

Topic

Cataclysms on the Columbia: The Great Missoula Floods

Scott Burns, Ph.D. - Geology Dept. at Portland State University

The Missoula Floods carved Washington and Oregon's hills and valleys. Moving massive rocks and soil, the flood also brought nutrient-rich soil to the Willamette Valley which still affects how things grow here.

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  • Darrin

    Save me a seat ... Dog obedience class from 5-6, I will probably arrive about 6:30.

    May 15, 2014

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