Date: October 17 2013 4:30pm
“How is the Chesapeake Bay Impact Crater Connected to the Evolution of the Chesapeake Bay and the Delmarva Peninsula” by David S. Powars
David Powars is a research geologist based at the Geology and Paleoclimate Science Center in Reston, Virginia and he will share what he has learned about the Chesapeake Bay impact crater, a 24-mile wide dent in Earth’s surface formed by a meteor.
Free and open to the public.
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Sponsored by the Glen Beebe ’81 Endowment and the McLain Program for Environmental Studies at Washington College.