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Science Cafe - Colorado Plateau Geology In-Person

Join us at the East Flagstaff Community Library for Science Cafe! Science Cafes are monthly science talks for adults, families, and people of all ages from local science leaders - coffee provided!


In January, join Dr. David S. Brumbaugh for a presentation on the geology of the Colorado Plateau through time. Seismologist Dr. David S Brumbaugh is Professor Emeritus at Northern Arizona University. He founded the Arizona Earthquake Information Center and continues active research as its director. Dave has been in Flagstaff since 1972 and has divided his research time between laboratory analysis, field observations, and teaching courses in Geology and Geophysics. He is a Scientific Fellow in the Geological Society of America, and maintains memberships in the Seismological Society of America and the American Geophysical Union.

What would you say if someone walked up to you and said Flagstaff and the ground around you is moving? Crazy? Outrageous? Prove it? Challenge accepted. Dr. Brumbaugh will take you on a journey across the Colorado Plateau, Oak Creek Canyon and elsewhere, examining local volcanoes and faults while utilizing information from the past, present and its impacts on  the future of our area.


Register for an email reminder ahead of the event. Registration is not required.

Saturday, January 14, 2023
10:00am - 11:30am
Time Zone:
Arizona Time (change)
East Flagstaff Community Library Community Room (Capacity 75)
East Flagstaff Community Library
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