Celebrating 70 years of geological field studies at IU field station
August 7, 2019
Approximately 125 alumni returned to the Indiana University Geological Field Station in the Tobacco Root Mountains to celebrate 70 years of exploring this diverse geological site. In 1948 Charles Deiss began the field camp because "the region offers more extensive and varied geologic phenomena than any area of equal size in the United States." Since 1950, over 5,000 students from over 200 colleges and universities have enrolled in this course and they came back together from Aug. 2 through 4th to celebrate together.
A Geologic Field Trip to Pole Canyon, a cultural trip to Butte, a tour o...