Part 3 of the Klamath Mountains 10-part Webinar Series
The epic tale of the origin of the Klamath Mountains begins in its rocks. Although it has been a long, difficult, and ongoing challenge to decipher the geologic history of the Klamath Mountains, the processes involved are often simple to understand.
This webinar series is presented by a collection of the stellar co-authors who have contributed to the book, The Klamath Mountains: A Natural History.
Mark Bailey is a retired high school science teacher with a decades long obsession with geology, astronomy, and exploration.
Ryan Surridge –
This was such an informative lesson. Both the verbal explanations and visuals lent a whole new understanding to the klamaths. These mountains are built out of several different terranes that collided over geologic time. Truly fascinating. Dr. Bailey does an incredible job of teaching this history!