Assembling the Northwest: A Roadside View of Oregon and Washington
A Geological & Photographic Presentation by geologist and photographer Dr. Marli Miller Friday, February 28, 2020 at Columbia Gorge Discovery Center
Dinner at 6pm, Program at 7pm
Dinner & Program: $18 (DINNER PROGRAM TICKET SALES HAVE ENDED. REMAINING TICKET OPTION IS PROGRAM-ONLY)
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Crispy Lemon Herb Chicken
Creamy Parmesan Polenta
Roasted Winter Vegetables
Warm Rustic Bread
Dessert: Lemon Panna Cotta
Beer and wine available for purchase.
“With its spectacular mountain ranges, lush valleys and tumbling rivers, the Northwest landscape attracts nature lovers and travelers from around the world. But the rain-soaked coast range, snow-covered volcanoes and expansive high desert didn’t appear overnight. They formed through a variety of geologic processes over millions of years. UO geologist and photographer Marli Miller will outline the geology of Oregon and Washington as seen along our federal and state highways. Beginning with the plate tectonic setting of the Pacific Northwest, she will describe the process of continental growth that forms the underlying but diverse “basement” of the region and is readily visible in the Coast Range, North Cascades, Okanogan, Klamath, and Blue Mountains. Following that, a photographic “roadtrip” up I-84 and Washington State Highway 14 in the Columbia Gorge will illustrate many of the younger features that make our landscape so unique.”
Brought to you by the Ice Age Floods Institute and Columbia Gorge Discovery Center.
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