Upcoming Meetings

All are welcome – no admission charge

CSS January Meeting – Cancelled

Our planned January 17 meeting, which was to have featured two multimedia presentations about Kilauea Volcano, is cancelled due to effects of the government shutdown. Both of our erstwhile speakers are USGS staff who were going to make presentations about the work at Kilauea. We plan to have their presentations rescheduled for April (the date will be April 18).

CSS Meeting – Thursday, February 21, 2019, Two presentations:
The Beulah marble: Ornamental stones of Colorado

Ken Balleweg, Consulting Geologist

Geographies Unrealized, The Story of Four Cartographic Myths of North America

Don McGurk, Rocky Mountain Map Society

Meet as usual at the Shepherd of the Hills Presbyterian Church, 11500 W. 20th Ave., Lakewood CO
Social time is at 6:30; meeting & program at 7:00
Map for Shepherd of the Hills Church

CSS Meeting, Thursday, March 21, 2019
A Cook’s Tour of Colorado’s Glacial Landscape

Vince Matthews, Leadville Geology

CSS Meeting, April 18, 2019 (Tentative)
Kilauea’s 2018 Eruption – New methods and perspectives for monitoring volcanic eruptions

Don Becker, USGS and Jeff Sloan, USGS

Don Becker, USGS, is a videographer who was sent to Kilauea to film and document the 2018 eruption and earthquakes;
Jeff Sloan works in the USGS UAS (Unmanned Aircraft Systems; i.e., “drones”) program and will show how they were used at Kilauea.
Expect to see a lot of great video “footage” of the eruption.

Meetings are normally on the third Thursday of the month.

All are welcome – no admission charge
Social Hour starts at 6:30, meeting at 7:00

at the Shepherd of the Hills Presbyterian Church
11500 W. 20th Ave., Lakewood CO

See Abstracts (under Events) for previous Colorado Scientific Society Talks