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Welcome to the Colorado Scientific Society

The oldest scientific society in the Rocky Mountain region

Founded in 1882, the Colorado Scientific Society promotes knowledge, the understanding of science, and its application to human needs, focusing primarily on earth science, but welcoming members with interests in all fields of science. Learn more.

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CSS Flat Tops/White River Plateau Field Trip,
August 26-27, 2017

Led by James Hagadorn, Denver Museum of Nature and Science

Emphasizing the Devonian in Colorado and its extinction events.  We will be sending more info about this trip as the summer progresses–but if you are interested, you may send am “I’m interested, please be sure to keep me informed” email to Cal Ruleman.
cruleman@usgs.gov


Future Colorado Scientific Society Meetings

Abstracts of past Colo. Scientific Society meetings

Read the May 2017 newsletter.

 


We usually meet at The Shepherd of the Hills Presbyterian Church, 11500 W. 20th Ave., Lakewood CO
Social time beginning at 6:30; meeting & program at 7:00
Map for Shepherd of the Hills


The Colorado Scientific Society was founded in 1882 as a forum for the exchange of observations and ideas on the topics of earth science. Our lecture series occurs on the third Thursday of each month, from September through May. Lecture topics largely focus on earth science, and are open to the public. In addition to our monthly lecture series, the society is also active in public service. We fund student research grants, construct and post signs that describe local geologic features, and organize and lead several field trips.

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