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By Nick Zentner, Central Washington University
Central Washington University geologist Nick Zentner shares stories from the Pacific Northwest
#24 Olympic Peninsula
Nick delves into the Coast Ranges of the Pacific Northwest.
Nick tells tales from Mt St Helens and Mt Rainier.
Nick marvels at the flood basalts in his backyard.
Nick pays homage to the formerly mighty Farallon Plate.
Nick showcases the amazing work of USGS geologist Brian Atwater.
Nick talks earthquakes in downtown Seattle, Washington.
Nick heads to California to explore the San Andreas Fault.
Nick walks the runway with styles of volcanism around the globe. Fab.
Nick looks into magma chemistry to explain different kinds of igneous rocks
Nick explores how geologic hot spots have created trails of volcanoes.
Nick cruises the globe to visit different plate boundary types.
Nick goes to the oceans to explore Plate Tectonics.
Nick delves into the early ideas of plate tectonics.
Nick slows down in the mountains to study crustal deformation.
Nick tackles the Ice Age Floods of the Pacific Northwest.
Nick goes to the mountains to study glacial landforms.
Nick looks to the deep oceans for evidence of Ice Age climate swings.
Nick riffs on ice sheets and their deposits.
Nick discusses a unique canyon in central Washington.
Nick talks styles of metamorphism.
Nick talks rock types of North America.
Nick describes the process of determining rock ages.
Nick talks uniformitarianism and other long words.
Nick grapples with 4.6 billion years of geologic time.