VSSAC Meeting: "Small Monogenetic Volcanoes in Idaho Using Planetary Analogs to Help Understand Volcanism on the Moon and Mars" (May 7th, 2013)
The VSSAC meeting begins with the traditional POTLUCK at 6:30pm at the VSSAC Headquarters Central (AKA the "VSSAC Club House") Room 2004, Geology Dept./Placer Hall, on the campus of California State University, Sacramento. Make sure to bring along a dish to share, and something to drink for yourself. If items need to be hot, insulate it well. There are a couple of microwave ovens available too. If you haven't attended a meeting at the VSSAC Club House see the map for directions to Placer Hall at http://itweb.csus.edu/map/ and http://www.csus.edu/pa/pdf/campusmap1005.pdf
VSSAC Summer 2012 Fieldtrip (July 22nd - 29th)
Planning is in the works for the VSSAC Summer 2012 Field trip. The plan is to take a once-in-a-lifetime trip and explore the beautiful volcanic landscapes and slopes of Mt. St. Helens. Mike Clynne of the USGS will lead us on strenuous but rewarding hikes around the south rim, then heading north and exploring the crater. Check back periodically for updates and more information about this fantastic field trip, and view more details in the April VSSAC Newsletter.
Stay tuned for more information about upcoming meetings and events!