Fire, Water, Mud and Wine: Geology, Geomorphology and Hydrology of the Cascades
|Bretz Club Field Trip discussion at Kentucky Falls (April 27, 2013)
5th Annual Bretz Club Conference & Field Trip
Friday April 11 & Saturday April 12, 2014
2014 Conference Directors:
Jim O'Connor, University of Oregon, Scott Burns, Portland State University, and Sarah
Lewis, Oregon State University
The Bretz Masterminds:
Gordon Grant, USDA Forest Service, PNW Research Station; Andrew Meigs, College of Earth Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University; Josh Roering, University of Oregon
Pre-registration is required to attend any portion of this conference. Registration is CLOSED at this time.
What is the Bretz club?
We are pleased to invite you to the 5th Annual 'Bretz Club', held at Camp Collins, Oxbow Park, near Gresham, Oregon along the beautiful Sandy River. 2014 INFO SHEETS
The Bretz Club brings together Oregon geomorphologists and those studing Oregon geomorphology to encourage new ideas, new friendships, and new collaborations amongst those sharing a love of the Earth’s surface.
The 2014 conference begins Friday, April 11, with three keynote talks (Dave Sherrod, USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory; Gordon Grant, USDA Forest Service; Scott Burns, Portland State University). Camp Collins will be welcoming us on Thursday night so that we can settle in by the river and be ready for a big day of geomorphology on Friday.
We will hold an informal poster session on Friday afternoon. Attendees will also have a chance at their own contributions to provocative science during a pop-ups session (short 3 minute presentations on quite literally anything from ideas to announcements or otherwise). Friday evening will include continuation of the poster session and highly scientific (and non-scientific) socializing.
On Saturday, April 12th, we’ll set off for a field trip focused on the Sandy River, led by Tom Pierson, Mackenzie Keith, and Jim O’Connor, with contributions from many others. The conference will conclude following the field trip.
This year's cost for the 2-day (2 night) conference is $140 (Students $80). Registration is handled through OSU Conference Services. If you have any questions about billing please contact them directly.
Notes about registering this year:
1) We encourage Thursday night arrival. If you’re resigned to arrive on Friday morning, be sure to get an early start.
2) You will need to bring your own linens; sheets/blankets or sleeping bag, pillow and towels.
3) Consider donating and item of geomorphological interest to the raffle!
Tentative Schedule (may change at any time without notice):
Fire, Water, Mud, and Wine: Geology, Geomorphology, and Hydrology of the Cascades
Friday, April 11 – YMCA Camp Collins, Oxbow Regional Park, Sandy River, Oregon
9:30am: Key note #1: David Sherrod (USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory) "Geology of the Cascade Range”
10:45am: Key note #2: Gordon Grant (USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station) "Hydrology and geomorphology of the Cascade Range"
2pm: 3 minute Pop-ups on whatever comes to mind (those who preregister get preference)
4pm: Key note #3: Scott Burns (Portland State University) "Quaternary soils and the terroir of wine in Oregon"
7:00pm: Evening Extravaganza: Poster session and raffle!
Saturday, April 12 - Field Trip
The restless river, eruptions, lahars, and dam removal on the Sandy River led by Tom Pierson, Mackenzie Keith, Jim O’Connor and Gordon Grant. FIELD GUIDE
Departure Time 9am (breakfast at 8am), you'll get a sack lunch to take with you. Field trip likely to conclude early-afternoon at former location of Marmot Dam.
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