April 3, 2019 Monthly General Meeting – From Sharks Teeth to Orchids: A Natural History of the White Rock Escarpment

The meeting will be held at Brookhaven College, in the Miles Building H-125,  See below for more information on the location and time.


The April meeting program will consider the White Rock Escarpment, Dallas County’s most prominent land-form, from the perspective of geologic time.  This deep history will begin on a chalky seafloor, beneath a warm shallow subtropical seaway.  It will conclude among summer orchids on the crest of the escarpment.

About the Speaker

Paul Dolliver was born and raised in southern California.  Paul earned degrees in History (BA) and Geology (BS & MS) from Baylor University.  His first career (37 years) consisted of mapping the subsurface geology of North American oil & gas basins.  His second career (29 years & counting) has involved teaching Geology to community college students.  Paul currently teaches at Collin, Hill, and Richland colleges.  He has been a member of NTMN since Spring 2018.

The April 2019 Chapter meeting:

Date: Wednesday, April 3, 2019

6:30 Meet and eat
7:00 Introduction and Announcements
7:20 Featured Presentation
8:45 Adjournment

The meeting place for April is:
Brookhaven College
Miles Building Room H-125
3939 Valley View Lane
Farmers Branch, TX 75244

As always all of our meetings are free and open to the public.

Hope to see YOU there!

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