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April Talk: FLC Geology Seniors Present Their Research
April 29 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
SPEAKERS AND TITLES: FLC SENIORS:
Testing hypotheses on the origin and structural controls of the East Great Salt Lake fault in northern Utah using structural modeling
Gregory A. Palese
Characterizing the valley-blocking Elk Creek rock avalanche Needle Mountains, Colorado
Austin W. Peterson
An investigation of metallogenesis and mineral assemblages of the east Dunmore vein, Uncompahgre mining district, Ouray county, Colorado
Constraints on conditions of mineralization in the quartz-hübnerite breccia pipe of the western Dunmore vein system, Silver Gulch, Colorado
William H. West
Assessing the Spatial Relationship of Copper Mineralization to Faults in the Lisbon Valley Mine, Utah
See abstracts for each talk in our latest newsletter: April 2021
TIME: Please login to meeting a little before 5:30pm.
- 5:30pm – 6:00pm people accumulate on Zoom
- 6:00pm – 7:30pm Welcome, and kick off first talk; 5 student talks. Each talk will be ~15 minutes.
- 7:30pm – 8:00pm Meeting wrap-up (Thank you students!)
LOCATION: Your own home! This is a Zoom meeting hosted by FLC.
Join by phone: +1-346-248-7799
COST: FREE! However, dues need to be paid by the end of May, so we would very much appreciate it if you would renew soon online at: http://www.fourcornersgeologicalsociety.org