Adult Class -- Introduction to New Mexico's Geology
Tuesday, April 8, 9:00 AM to Tuesday, April 8, 12:00 PM
Instructor: Jayne Aubele
New Mexico is a textbook of geology, and every part of our state has an amazing geological story. This class will summarize the geological story, and introduce you to the basics of where you live and why it looks the way it does. The class will include a section on the Albuquerque area and New Mexico’s many volcanoes. No prior knowledge of geology is required.
Jayne Aubele is Educator/Geologist at the museum. She has mapped and researched the geology of New Mexico and the Southwest as well as the Moon, Mars and Venus. She has authored or co-authored many technical articles and popular books/chapters about N.M. geology, including the Field Guide to the Sandia Mountains; and was geologic technical advisor and on-camera geologist for the 2008 KNME-TV program, The Sandias.
Purchase in advance, Space is limited. Adults only. Limited to 25 participants, to guarantee admission for our Field Trips you must register in advance online at Brown Paper Tickets
Please do note that we have returned to using Brown Paper Tickets for registration and enrollment for our classes. Thank you.
Questions: August Wainwright
The New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science reserves the right to cancel any event that does not reach a minimum of 6 participants.
$35 (10% member discount)