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Mount Baker eruptive history and hazards presentation schedule

Mount Baker steam plume. January 9, 2010. Photo provided by Steven Trinkhaus. Click to enlarge.

Talks on the eruptive history and hazards of Mount Baker will be presented by Mount Baker Volcano Research Center director Dave Tucker at several venues this winter. We will have the famous MBVRC fundraiser t-shirts on hand as long as they last. We pass the hat for donations at these events to support Mount Baker volcano research.

We are looking for sponsoring organizations elsewhere in the region- Mount Vernon, Everett, Seattle, Richmond, Ferndale, Concrete, Glacier. . . if you have suggestions or wish to invite a presentation, please contact MBVRC via email: Vancouver:

January 10 (Tuesday) 7:30 P.M.- British Columbia Mountaineering Club, Vancouver, B.C.:  Floral Hall, Van Dusen Gardens, New Visitor Center, Vancouver, B.C.  Free and open to the public.

January 24 (Tuesday ) Alpine Club of Canada, Vancouver B.C. Details TBA.

Port Townsend:

January 14 (Saturday) 4 P.M. Port Townsend, Jefferson County Land Trust Geology Group: Quimper Unitarian Universalist Foundation, 2333 San Juan Ave. $5 donation


February 16 (Thursday) Whatcom Museum, Bellingham.  Free event. Details TBA.


April 13 Skagit County Beach Watchers and Friends of Skagit Beaches, Anacortes Library rotunda, 1220 10th, 7:00 PM

As soon as new presentations are scheduled, they are posted on the MBVRC blog. For more information on Baker research and activity, visit the primary MBVRC website.


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