Author Archives: Thom Wilch
Click on the Photogallery 2 title above to access the photos from the Pacific NW 2011 Regional Geology Field Trip. Photos by Thom Wilch. We left north out of Seattle and traveled across Stevens Pass, examining the igneous and metamorphic … Continue reading
Click on the Photogallery title above to access the photos from the Pacific NW 2011 Regional Geology Field Trip. Photos by Thom Wilch. The trip began on Monday after graduation. Twenty-one students and two faculty members boarded Amtrak in Jackson … Continue reading
We will be heading out for Washington state on Monday, two days after graduation. The class part of the course ended with student presentations of their research report handouts. The handouts have been compiled into an 85 page document to … Continue reading
The spring 2011 Regional field geology course will focus on the geology of the Pacific Northwest, culminating with a 14-day field trip to Washington state in May. The field trip will follow the late Pleistocene megafloods through the Channeled Scablands … Continue reading
Click on the Photogallery title above to access a few photos from the 2000 trip to NM and Arizona, led by Thom Wilch and Bill Bartels. Photos by Thom Wilch
To see photos or other materials from a specific field trip click on the link at right.
We will be discussing the geologic history homework assignment and the final project assignment at the beginning of class. We will then be watching the Mystery of the Megafloods Nova episode. Handouts in class include: Northwest Field Trip Resource Library … Continue reading
Summary of the first class session. The class met on Tuesday 1/18. We talked generally about the course and the trip. We reviewed the Syllabus. Students were also handed a gear list for the trip (What to Bring). A couple … Continue reading
Click on Group Photo title above to see photo.Regional Geology trip to Baraboo, Wisconsin and the UP, May 1986. Were you there?
The 1992 regional trip led by Dr. Larry Taylor went to Iceland. Click on Thumbnails to see enlarged photos.