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Sorry, the Sept. 6th Fieldtrip is FULL, get in line for trips next year

The Incredible Shrinking Dinosaur

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Scientists have mapped how one group of big, fearsome dinosaurs evolved and steadily shrank to the likes of robins and hummingbirds, in a surprising shrinking and elegant evolution of some Triassic dinosaurs into birds. Comparing fossils of 120 different species and 1,500 skeletal features, especially thigh bones, researchers constructed a … Continue reading

New Hanford Reach Museum – Floods Storyteller

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The new Hanford Reach Interpretive Center celebrates the natural and cultural history of the Hanford Reach of the Columbia River, the only free-flowing section of the river in the United States above Bonneville Dam, and the greater Columbia Basin. Our primary mission will be one of storyteller… Looking though the … Continue reading

Upcoming Events

September 6, 2014 @ 7:30 am – 5:30 pm
Geology of the Central Columbia Gorge, Sept 2014 Fieldtrip @ Cascade Locks Marine Park | Cascade Locks | Oregon | United States
The Sept. 6th fieldtrip is FULL! Check back for next year’s Spring trips. Join the Gorge Chapter of Ice Age Floods Institute for a Geology of the Columbia Gorge fieldtrip covering the west and central portions of the Columbia Gorge, exploring many interesting geologic features … Continue reading