Selected Windows on Oregon’s Geology
Oregon: 150 Years of Statehood, 150 Million Years in the Making will be traveling to the following locations in 2013:
Please contact the location for specific exhibition dates.
In 2009, Oregon celebrated 150 years as a state. Oregon’s landscape has a much longer history — geological processes have been building the state's landscape for more than 150 million years!
Hosting the Exhibit
Available at no cost to Oregon public libraries through July 31, 2013, thanks to underwriting by a Library Services and Technology Act grant!
The exhibit is available for rental and interested parties may choose to borrow all of the windows or a selection. The windows are free-standing or wall-mounted. If you would like more information about borrowing this fascinating exhibit, including date options and estimated costs, please contact: Nicole Yasuhara, 503.222.1741.
Explore the Exhibit
The exhibit is divided into four main subjects: Assembling Oregon, Volcanoes of Oregon, Geological Resources, and Geology and People. Click on one of the four mini-exhibits below to learn more. A selection of these windows are on view at the Oregon Historical Society.
The exhibit was developed by the Oregon Historical Society, in collaboration with the Oregon State University Department of Geosciences, Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries, Oregon Paleo Lands Institute, OSU Hatfield Marine Science Center, Portland State University, and the Oregon Department of Energy.
Evaluate the Exhibit
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