Session No. 10 Monday, May 13, 2002

1:30 PM-5:30 PM, LaSells Stewart Center: Construction/Engineering
T1. Presenting Geology to the Public in National and State Parks and Outdoor Classrooms
Robert J. Lillie and Carolyn L. Driedger, Presiding
Start Time
1:30 PM GEOLOGY FOR NORMAL PEOPLE: TECHNIQUES TO ENGAGE THE PUBLIC IN NATIONAL PARKS: LILLIE, Robert J., Department of Geosciences, Oregon State University, Wilkinson Hall Room 104, Corvallis, OR 97331-5506, lillier@geo.orst.edu.
1:45 PM INTERPRETING GEOLOGY: PAIRING PEOPLE WITH PARKS: MATHIS, Allyson C., Grand Canyon National Park, PO Box 129, Grand Canyon, AZ 86023, amathis@grand-canyon.az.us.
2:00 PM TEACHING INTERPRETERS HOW TO PRESENT GEOLOGIC PROCESSES IN OUR NATIONAL PARKS: JOHNSON, Jenda A.1, BRANTLEY, Steven R.2, SWANSON, Donald A.2, GANSECKI, Cheryl A.1, and GALE, James M.3, (1) Volcano Video Productions, P.O. Box 909, Volcano, HI 96785, jenda@aloha.net, (2) Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, U.S. Geol Survey, P.O. Box 51, Hi. Natl. Park, HI 96718, (3) Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, National Park Service, Hi. Natl. Park, HI 96718
2:15 PM A GEOLOGY TRAINING MANUAL: MAKING GEOLOGY UNDERSTANDABLE IN PARKS: WAGNER, Stacy S., Department of Geosciences, Oregon State University, 104 Wilkinson Hall, Corvallis, OR 97331, wagners@geo.orst.edu.
2:30 PM ACTIVE LEARNING AND A POTENTIAL NEW CONTEXT FOR EDUCATION AND RESEARCH ABOUT HYDROTHERMAL SYSTEMS IN YELLOWSTONE: FOLEY, Duncan, Pacific Lutheran Univ, Dept Geosciences, Tacoma, WA 98447-0003, foleyd@plu.edu.
2:45 PM MODERN AND ANCIENT INTERPRETATIONS OF THE GEOMORPHOLOGY OF NEZ PERCE NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK: SMITH, Shane V., Geology Department, Washington State Univ, Pullman, WA 99164-2812, shanevsmith@juno.com.
3:00 PM THE PRESENT IS THE KEY TO THE PAST IS THE KEY TO THE FUTURE: MATHIESON, Elizabeth Lincoln, Exponent Failure Analysis Associates, 1970 Broadway, Suite 250, Oakland, CA 94612, emathieson@exponent.com.
3:15 PM GEOLOGIC INTERPRETATION IN KOLOB CANYONS DISTRICT, ZION NATIONAL PARK: CHALLENGES AND REWARDS FROM THE GEOCORPS AMERICA PROGRAM: HARTUNG, Stacie, GeoCorps America Participant, West Hills, CA 91307, raftingcrafter@yahoo.com.
3:20 PM DELINEATING AND MONITORING A WETLAND IN MT. RAINIER NATIONAL PARK: A COLLABORATION BETWEEN AN INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES CLASS FROM THE EVERGREEN STATE COLLEGE AND THE PARK SERVICE: TABBUTT, Ken D., Environmental Studies, The Evergreen State College, Lab II, The Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA 98505, tabbuttk@evergreen.edu.
3:25 PM MIDDLE SCHOOL VOLCANOLOGY CURRICULUM THAT LINKS TO TRADITIONAL HAWAIIAN STORIES: REVEIRA, Leianuenue, National Park Service, Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park, PO Box 52, Hawaii National Park, HI 96718, Theresa_Reveira@nps.gov and KAUAHIKAUA, Jim, U.S. Geol Survey, Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, PO Box 51, Hawaii National Park, HI 96718
3:30 PM Break and Poster Viewing
3:45 PM GEOHAZARDS INTERPRETATION AT MOUNT RAINIER NATIONAL PARK--A COLLABORATIVE APPROACH BY THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE AND THE US GEOLOGICAL SURVEY: DRIEDGER, Carolyn, US Geological Survey, Cascades Volcano Observatory, 1300 SE Cardinal Court #100, Vancouver, WA 98683, driedger@usgs.gov and STOUT, Ted, Mount Rainier National Park, Tahoma Woods, Star Route, Ashford, WA 98304
4:00 PM 4-H EARTH SCIENCE RESOURCES FOR GRADES 4-9: BOURDEAU, Virginia D., 4-H Youth Development, Oregon State Univ, 5390 4-H Road, Salem, OR 97304, mombear@proaxis.com and BOURDEAU, Alex C., Cultural Resources Team, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Region 1, 20555 SW Gerda Lane, Sherwood, OR 97140
4:15 PM PLANNING EFFECTIVE GEOLOGY EXHIBITS FOR MUSEUMS: PARMAN, Alice, Formations Inc, 5875 SW Lakeview Blvd, Lake Oswego, OR 97035, aparman@darkwing.uoregon.edu.
4:30 PM FORCES THAT SHAPE THE BAY: AN OUTDOOR EXHIBIT: JAGODA, Susan K., Lawrence Hall of Science, Univ of California, 1 Centennial Dr, Berkeley, CA 94720-5200, skjagoda@uclink4.berkeley.edu.
4:45 PM POINT REYES NATIONAL SEASHORE: A CREATION OF THE SAN ANDREAS FAULT AND COASTAL UPLIFT: GROVE, Karen, Geosciences, San Francisco State Univ, San Francisco, CA 94132, kgrove@sfsu.edu.
5:00 PM THE GREAT DEBATE - IS THE BEST PINOT NOIR IN OREGON PRODUCED ON SOILS FROM SEDIMENTARY OR VOLCANIC ROCKS?: BURNS, Scott F., Department of Geology, Portland State Univ, P.O. Box 751, Portland, OR 97207-0751, BurnsS@pdx.edu.
5:15 PM VOLCANIC PROCESSES FOR THE PUBLIC: NOT JUST ANOTHER PRETTY LAVA VIDEO: GANSECKI, Cheryl A.1, JOHNSON, Jenda A.1, and HON, Ken2, (1) Volcano Video Productions, P.O. Box 909, Volcano, HI 96785, jenda@aloha.net, (2) Geology Department, Univ of Hawaii at Hilo, 200 W. Kawili St, Hilo, HI 96720

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