Nov/Dec 2014 Newsletter is Online
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Nov/Dec Events and Field Trips
Christmas Bird Count Mark your calendar! This year the CBC falls on December 14, 2014. Contact Paul Woodcock (360-380-3356) if you are interested in participating.
NCAS Holiday Potluck Join us for delicious food, music, bird photos, and bird trivia on Tuesday, December 9 at the Lairmont Manor in Fairhaven. More details to come soon! General Membership Meeting with Doug Clark
Check our Calendar to see what’s coming up this month. (Upcoming events are listed on the home page as well as on the Calendar.)
This month’s exciting membership meeting! See below for date, time, and NEW location.
The Glacial Development in Western Whatcom County. Join Doug Clark as he presents early results of his newest research project on the glacial development of western Whatcom County. The story is a fascinating tale of glacier advance and retreat interspersed with dramatic sea level rise and fall, all during a short period at the end of the last major ice age. This exceptional event shaped most of the landscape of the Whatcom lowlands and exemplifies the relevance of geology in under- standing the landscape in which we live.
Doug Clark is an Associate Professor of Geology at Western Washington University, and has been teaching at WWU for the past 15 years. His research interests include processes related to mountain landscapes, glacia- tion and climate change, landslides, and active tectonics. His research areas include the mountains of central Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and western North America.
Always on the 4th Tuesday of the month: November 25, 7pm at the Whatcom Museum,** free & open to the public!
**in the Rotunda Room of the Old City Hall building
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