Reviewing the Mount St. Helens eruptions kicks off KEG lecture series

Kamloops Exploration Group is hosting a series of online lectures that are open to the public. The series begins on Thursday, Jan. 14, continuing every second Thursday thereafter. It is recommended participants sign in early.

Kamloops Exploration Group is hosting a series of online lectures that are open to the public.

The series begins on Thursday, Jan. 14, continuing every second Thursday thereafter. It is recommended participants sign in early.

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When attending the Zoom webinar lecture, attendees’ cameras and microphones will automatically be off. Only KEG representatives and speakers will be seen and heard.

To attend the lectures, go online to keg.bc.ca and follow the links.

2021 Lecture Series Schedule

• Jan. 14: Dr. Catherine Hickson, The 1980 Eruptions of Mount St. Helens: Forty Years and Counting; 

• Jan. 28: Phillip Currie, Polar Dinosaurs;

• Feb. 11: Roger C. Paulen, Modern Glacial Concepts Applied to Indicator Mineral Dispersal Trains;

• Feb. 25: Dr. Robert Young, You Are What You Eat – Or Are You? An Exploration of the Environments That Made Us Who We Are;

• March 11: Lee Groat, Metamorphic and Magmatic Gem Deposits and Their Potential in British Columbia;

• March 25: JoAnne Nelson, Location, Location, Location: Long-Lived Lineaments Provided Prime Real Estate for B.C.’s Cu-Au Porphyries;

• April 8: Dr. Brent Peyton and Dr. Lisa Kirk, How and Why: Do Natural Microbes Remove Nitrate and Selenium from Mine-Affected Water?;

• April 22: Dr. Christopher West, The Red Lake Fossil Flora: A Miocene Forest From The Interior Plateau, British Columbia.

The lecture series is free for the public to view.

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