The Central Arizona Geology Club meets on the second Tuesday of the month at the Prescott Library at6:00 pmunless otherwise indicated. In 2016 the time has been moved to 6:00 due to shorter evening hours at the Prescott Library. February14: Steve Maslansky, professional geologist and lifelong mineral collector, "Judging a Good Mineral Specimen - Why Do Some Rocks Cost So Much?"
March 14: John Hughes, Retired Geologist, ExxonMobil: "The Development of Plate Tectonics Theory"
April 11: Phil Pearthree, AZ Geologic Survey: "Latest findings and controversies regarding the early development of the lower Colorado River below Grand Canyon."
May 9: Paul Lindberg, Mineral exploration geologist and consultant: "A Visual Representation of Geologic time and the Great Oxidation Event."
Summer break. See you back the second Tuesday in September!
The Central Arizona Geology Club is a friendly group of people, both geologists and non-geologists, who get together monthly (except in summer) to hear a speaker and to share discoveries and ideas (show and tell time). We also try to have periodic field trips to areas of geologic interest. We have no dues.