Global model of crustal structure and growth

by Walter Mooney , U.S. Geological Survey

Structure and evolution of the Brooks Range

by Gary Fuis , U.S. Geological Survey


  • DINNER MEETING - Thursday, April 10, 1997
  • Location: Stanford University

  • 5:30 PM-Wine Tasting: Mitchell Bldg., first floor
  • 6:00 PM-Dinner: . . . Mitchell Bldg., first floor
  • 7:30 PM-Meeting: Geology Corner on the Quad, Room 105 (formerly room 320).
    see map

    Anyone wishing to attend the tour and lecture only is welcome at no cost.


    Dinner is $22.00. Includes wine (5:30 to 6:00 PM.), dinner (6:00-7:30 PM.), tax, and tip.

  • Please note: Because dinners are contracted with our caterer, no-shows will be billed.

    For students from all universities and colleges, the dinner, including the social half-hour, is $8.00 and is partially subsidized thanks to the Associates of School of Earth Sciences, Stanford University

    PGS Lecture Schedule, May and June, 1997

    Monday, May 19, 1997
    Amos Nur (Stanford Geophysics)
    "Earthquakes and archaeology in the eastern Mediterranean and ancient Near East"

    Tuesday, June 3, 1997
    Ray Wells (USGS)
    "Regional kinematics, crustal faults, earthquakes, and segmentation of Cascadia"
    Rick Blakely (USGS)
    "Geophysical evidence for crustal faulting and earthquake hazards in the Portland Basin and Willamette Valley"

    Dues for Academic Year 1996-97 ($5.00) should be sent to John Galloway, USGS, MS-904, 345 Middlefield Rd., Menlo Park, CA 94025. John's phone: 415-329-5688.

    Officers: Gary Ernst, President; Mike Diggles, Vice President; Vicki Langenheim, Secretary; John Galloway, Treasurer


    Date created: 04/11/97
    Last modified: 04/11/97
    Created by: Mike Diggles, Vice President, PGS.

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