The Geological Society of the Oregon Country invites you to its 84th Annual Banquet. Speaker Ian Madin will discuss three recently discovered fault systems: Mt Hood, The White Branch of The McKenzie, and the John Day fault.
Ian Madin has worked for the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries since 1987. He has served as a Seismic Hazard Geologist, a Geologic Mapping Team Leader, Chief Scientist, the Interim State Geologist and Executive Director, and now is Deputy Director for the department. His activities have included geologic mapping, investigations of potentially active faults and the development of detailed geologic models for improved hazard mapping, and supervision of the Geologic Survey and Mineral Land Reclamation and Regulation programs. Since 2007 he has managed the activities of the Oregon Lidar Consortium, and in 2018 he was selected to receive an Alumni Association Fellow from Oregon State University.
Location of the banquet will be at Monarch Hotel, 12566 SE 93rd Ave., Clackamas, Oregon near I-205 and Clackamas Town Center. There is ample free parking, and the MAX Green Line stop at Clackamas Town Center is about 3 blocks from the hotel, walking south on the I-205 multi-use path. Doors to the banquet room open at 12:00 p.m. Dinner at 12:30 p.m. Program will begin at 1:37 p.m. Menu is the Mt. Hood Buffet:
London Broil with Pinot Noir Demi-Glace
Baby Red Potatoes Rolls with Butter
Mixed Greens with Balsamic Vinaigrette, Bleu Cheese and Candied Walnuts
Fresh Fruit Tray
Fresh Seasonal Vegetables
Choice of Coffee, Tea, Ice Tea, or Decaffeinated