Columbia Gorge Geology Field Trip

When:
September 24, 2017 @ 7:30 am – 5:30 pm
2017-09-24T07:30:00-07:00
2017-09-24T17:30:00-07:00
Where:
Start/End Marine Park, Cascade Locks, OR
Cascade Locks Marine Park
355 Wa Na Pa St, Cascade Locks, OR 97014
USA
Cost:
$60 IAFI Members, $75 non-members
Contact:
Lloyd DeKay - Field Trip Leader
713-542-4359

Join the Gorge Chapter of Ice Age Floods Institute for a Geology of the Columbia Gorge field trip covering the central portion of the Columbia Gorge. We will explore many interesting geologic features of the Gorge including a volcanic vent, pillow lavas, huge landslides, lava-consumed marshes and forests, lahars and ancient Columbia River channels. We will also explore features and the impact of the Ice Age Floods throughout the area including floods erratics, floods deposits from 12,000 to over 700,000 years ago, kolk ponds and floods cut benches, and much more.

We will meet-up to board the bus at the Cascade Locks Marine Park parking lot and make a circuit covering both the Oregon and Washington sides of the Gorge with stops all the way east past The Dalles. There will be a number of drive-by and off-and-back-on the bus stops, as well as some stops with relatively short walks on good trails.

To join us for this enlightening and informative field trip please Register Online or download and complete the IAFI-CGC Field Trip Registration Form. For more information contact field trip leader, Lloyd DeKay at IAFI.CGC@gmail.com

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