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Space available in upcoming Mono Basin geology field seminars

August 12th, 2019 by AnnaLisa, Mono Lake Intern

A highly popular field seminar offering, Geology of the Mono Basin: Land of Fire & Ice focuses on the diverse and spectacular geology of Mono Lake, the Mono Craters, Black Point, Lee Vining Canyon, Tioga Pass and more.

Mono Basin Geology: Land of Fire & Ice • August 16–18 and September 20–22 • $182 per person/$167 for members

Spaces are open in this year’s Mono Basin Geology field seminars, led by Yosemite National Park geologist Greg Stock. Photo by Robbie Di Paolo.

Greg Stock leads, presenting accessible and engaging insight into the processes which formed these landscapes as they appear today. Yosemite National Park’s first-ever Park Geologist, Greg has studied and interpreted the geology of the Sierra Nevada for more than 20 years. Participating in one of these three-day seminars will leave you with a comprehensive understanding of the geology of the Mono Basin, from volcanic activity to glacial history to Mono Lake’s iconic tufa towers.

One space is open in the seminar running this weekend (August 16–18), and two the weekend of September 20–22. Given the popularity of these seminars, this is a rare and unique opportunity, so sign up now to reserve your place and participate in one these exciting events before it is too late!

The seminars spend a day at lower elevations in the Mono Basin and a day at the high elevations near Tioga Pass. Photo by Sandra Noll.

Mono Basin Geology: Land of Fire & Ice • August 16–18 and September 20–22 • $182 per person/$167 for members

Click through to view the full itinerary for this weekend’s seminar (September seminar) and information on what to bring. Questions? Contact us by email or call (760) 647-6595.

Don’t miss your chance to join one of these fascinating seminars! Photo by Nora Livingston.