Living near a beautiful mountain there is always an enjoyable view, and sometimes exciting events like mudflows.
On Thursday, May 28th from 6 to 8 pm, six regional scientists will give a rounded presentation on Mount Shasta’s unique mudflow processes at the Mt. Shasta Sisson Museum located at 1 North Old Stage Road in Mt. Shasta. The program is free and open to everyone.
“Mount Shasta Mudflows” will feature presentations from:
- Andrew Calvert, Research Geologist, United States Geologic Survey (USGS), on the “Eruptive History of Mount Shasta,”
- Craig Ballenger, Fly Fishing Ambassador and Historian, California Trout on “A Brief History of Mud and Debris Flows on Mount Shasta,”
- Nick Meyers, Lead Climbing Ranger, USFS, and Forrest Coots, Climbing Ranger, USFS on “A First Hand Account of the September 2014 Mud Flow on the Konwakiton Glacier and Mud Creek,”
- Juan de la Fuente, Geologist, USFS, on “Debris Flow Processes,” and,
- Steve Bachmann, Hydrologist, USFS on “Forest Service Response.”
For more information visit www.californiawatertalks.org.