Field Trip Chairs
Becky Dorsey
Ian Madin
Jim O’Connor
You may also contact GSA, , for general information. If you have questions about a particular trip, please contact the trip leaders directly.

"Volcanoes to Vineyards"

From accreted terranes to viticulture terroir, this year’s trips will emphasize the “Volcanoes to Vineyards” theme of the meeting, but also cover a range of Pacific Northwest geoscience topics and geoscientist hangouts. Learn how tectonism, volcanism, stupendous flood basalts, cataclysmic flooding, and landslides have shaped the Northwest and now influence hazards, resources, and human habitation. Remarkable scenery, whitewater boating, and brew pubs and wineries are requisite elements of the Northwest experience and will to be integral to several trips.

All trips begin and end at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland unless otherwise indicated. Trip fees include transportation during the trip; other services, such as meals and lodging, are noted by the following abbreviations: B—breakfast; L—lunch; R—refreshments; D—dinner; ON—overnight lodging.

Adding or Cancelling a Field Trip:

Field trip prices remain the same after the registration deadline. You can add a field trip at anytime for no extra cost. Space is limited after the deadline because we lock down trip numbers in order finalize hotels and transportation. The cancellation deadline is 21 September for a full refund and all cancellations must be submitted by e-mail to Eric Nocerino. After 21 September no refunds can be given.

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Mount St. Helens
Self-Guided Tours

self-guided tour of PortlandPortland, Oregon, Geology by Tram, Train, and Foot —
A Self-Guided Tour

Explore Portland with an eye for its geological points of interest using this guide that takes you from site to site via the city’s public transportation and on foot. No equipment needed — just bring your sense of adventure and a curiosity about the processes that shape our environment. Download the free guide. [5.4MB PDF]


Portland walking tourOregon Geology article:

Walls worth walking by: A tour of the South Park Blocks area of downtown Portland

by Ralph S. Mason, 1985, v. 47, no. 9, p. 127-134 (7 p.).
Download article [3.8MB PDF]


Brew-Ha! Brewpub GuideBrew Pub Map of Portland

This is from the Oregon Brewpub Guide, Brew-Ha! 2009.  
10 pages long with descriptions of brewpubs on the map. 
Download guide [1.4MB PDF]

 

 

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