The draft minutes of our last meeting, on 14 Sept 2022, are attached for members to evaluate. If you have any additions or corrections please email them to our meeting secretary, Beth Doyle, at edoyle[at]nvcc.edu.
We will have a full slate of three talks. Join us to learn about climate change & air pollution, solar geoengineering, and the role of the US Geological Survey from its new director. Abstracts for the talks are here. Non members are always welcome, and there is no formal dress code for the audience. Details of the talk, including the Zoom link, will be sent to members shortly. Contact Michael Ackerson (ackersonm[at]si.edu) for the Zoom link if you do not have it.
The University of Maryland Department of Geology cordially invites you to the ‘George and Rosalind Helz Distinguished Lecture in Geology’ on ‘How Fracking affects our Water’ given by Susan L. Brantley on Thursday, October 6, 2022 at 6 PM at the Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center (ESJ) Room 0202. If you have a question about this event, please contact Wenlu Zhu at firstname.lastname@example.org or 301.405.1831. A pdf more fully describing the event is located here.
We will have a full slate of three talks. Join us to learn about some of the oldest dated objects in the Solar System (refractory inclusions), biotic responses to climate change, and the role of the James Webb space telescope in planetary science. If you join us at the Cosmos Club, please remember to bring your Covid vaccination card. It will be checked. Non members are welcome. Details of the talk, including the Zoom link, will be sent to members shortly. Contact Michael Ackerson (ackersonm[at]si.edu] for the Zoom link if you do not have it.