Free

Laguna Wetland Geology Through Time, Zoom Presentation with Nicole Myers

Actions and Detail Panel

Free

Event Information

Share this event

Date and time

Location

Location

Online event

Event description
Join Nicole Myers, lecturer at Sonoma State University, for a journey through geologic time and history in Northern California.

About this event

What shaped the Laguna de Santa Rosa watershed? Why does the Laguna flow from south to north? Was the Laguna really a big lake at one time in history? Geology and hydrology are the driving forces behind life as we know it in the Laguna watershed. Join Nicole Myers, lecturer at Sonoma State University, for a journey through geologic time and history in Northern California. We will compare the Laguna watershed with the marshes of the Central Valley, and end with a closer look at our local geology, including how faults shaped the Laguna and unanswered mysteries that researchers are still studying today.

About the Panelist: Nicole Myers, M.S. in Geological Sciences, developed a passion for understanding the Earth from a childhood fascination with rocks and volcanoes, and now teaches others to appreciate planet Earth. Nicole has been teaching earth science classes, including geology, climatology, and earth history for more than fifteen years. She currently teaches at Sonoma State University, and through Appreciating Earth (www.appreciatingearth.com). Nicole brings her enthusiasm to the community by offering earth science field explorations and presentations.

Please consider a donation of $5 - $15 dollars upon registration to support the restoration, conservation, and education work of the Laguna Foundation. Thank you for your support!

Share with friends

Date and time

Location

Online event

Organizer Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation

Organizer of Laguna Wetland Geology Through Time, Zoom Presentation with Nicole Myers

The Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation works to restore and conserve the Laguna de Santa Rosa, and to inspire public appreciation for this Sonoma County Wetland of International Importance.

Save This Event

Event Saved