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SO! Monthly Meeting: Exploring the spectacular landscape scenery across the Navajo Nation

Tuesday, January 14, 6:30 pm

Speaker: Jeff Brame

The Navajo Nation is the largest Native American Nation/Reservation in the United States by far covering parts of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah. This vast area exhibits some of the most spectacular landscape scenery in the entire Colorado Plateau. This presentation will explore many of these landscape features with a view towards the basic geologic events that led to the creation and present day expression of these features.

Jeff Brame is owner and chief geologist of Brame GeoScience, LLC in Durango, CO. He has BS and MS degrees in geology and has been a working geologist for over 43 years.  Jeff spent the past 20 years as an independent consultant primarily involved with oil and gas exploration in addition to leading southwest USA geological seminars and field trips. He moved his geological consulting business to Durango, CO in 2003 and developed a particular interest and knowledge base in the geology and beautiful landscape scenery of the Colorado Plateau. Jeff has taught several courses on the geology of the Four Corners area and Durango area through the Fort Lewis College Continuing Education Dept. while frequently giving area geology presentations to local community groups

Meeting Place:

Durango Rec Center