The Mineralogical Society

of

Southern California

973rd Meeting

 October 11, 2019

Program : Geology of Rancho La Brea/

LA Brea Tar Pits

Presented By Karin Rice

Friday, October 11, 2019

Pasadena City College
Building E, Lecture Hall (room 220)
1570 E. Colorado Boulevard
Pasadena, California. 

About us…

The Mineralogical Society of Southern California is dedicated to the dissemination of a general knowledge of the mineralogical and related earth sciences through the study and collecting of mineral specimens. Organized in 1931, it is the oldest mineralogical society in the western United States.
The MSSC is a scientific non-profit organization that actively supports the Pasadena City College Geology Department, its associated Dana Club,, and the Field Science Scholarship Fund. Support is also given to the San Bernardino County Museum of Natural History and Mindat.
The MSSC is affiliated with the California Federation of Mineralogical Societies and American Federation of Mineralogical Societies.

About the Program: Geology of Rancho La Brea/ LA Brea Tar Pits, Presented By Karin Rice

I’m a geologist by training with industry experience in environmental and engineering geology, and paleontological resource mitigation. I’m also a graduate student working on fault mapping in central Mongolia. I’ve always been drawn to natural history and fossils and have been lucky to have worked in paleontology since 2005: as a paleontological monitor on construction sites; as a fossil preparator in the Dino Lab at the Natural History Museum; and currently as an excavator for Project 23. Working on Project 23 is all about daily discovery. krice@tarpits.org

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