Date: 4:30pm EDT October 17, 2013
“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.