Scientist to lead discussion of mapping the Olympics

Dr. Rowland Tabor, a leading scientist and author of “Geology of Olympic National Park,” will present his personal experiences mapping in the Olympics on Sunday, May 5, at Peninsula College. The presentation, which is co-sponsored by Peninsula College and the Coastal Watershed Institute, will begin at 4 p.m. in room M125 in Keegan Hall.
Tabor, a retired Unites States Geological Survey scientist who now lives in Menlo Park, Calif., will provide detailed information on the geology of the Olympic Mountains. He’ll elaborate on the development of geologic ideas and outline some of the newer work by other scientists. The presentation is free to the public; donations of $5 are appreciated.
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