Seattle’s Duwamish delta — lahar runout, coseismic uplift, seismic shaking, human uses
Sunday, June 21, 2020, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
$90 per person
A late Holocene delta of Puget Sound was built by Mount Rainier detritus, warped by the Seattle Fault, shaken by additional earthquakes, and occupied by native peoples before its transformation into industrial Seattle. Expect soft mud on path to tidal-marsh deposits beside a Superfund Site. Limit 18 participants.
Depart and return from the University of Washington campus.
For detailed information on the field trip, please contact:
Brian Atwater, email@example.com, University of Washington, Dept. of Earth and Space Sciences
Elizabeth Davis, firstname.lastname@example.org, University of Washington, Dept. of Earth and Space Sciences
Registration for the field trip is available as an option with the conference online registration found on the Registration page. All field trips must be registered before June 17, 2020. Late registration cannot be guaranteed.