DAY IN THE FIELD WITH TOM DIBBLEE
Glendora/Baldy Village area.
May 24, 2003
The Dibblee Geological Foundation and the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural
History invite you to participate in A Day In The Field with living-legend
Tom Dibblee, along with Cal Poly Professor Jon Nourse, Northridge Professor
Peter Weigand, and Dibblee Map Editor John Minch. Tom and John’s
San Gabriel map collection will be available and will be featured.
Great views and precipitous canyon and waterfall outcrops reveal processes
of extension, intrusion, rotation, and displacement associated with
subduction magmatism and a later evolving dextral plate boundary.
There will be dramatic geology for every interest. Proceeds will benefit
the Dibblee Geological Center of the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History,
a 501(c)3 nonprofit educational organization. Proceeds from this fund-raiser
will be utilized exclusively for efforts towards the continued publication
of Tom Dibblee’s extensive geologic mapping of California.
Fee: $150 (includes transportation, coffee and doughnuts, BBQ lunch catered
by Halliburton, ski lift, and guidebook plus map)
Registration deadline is May 10, 2003.
For further information, e-mail John Powell at firstname.lastname@example.org,
or write to PO Box 2309, Camarillo, California 93011
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Here is my $_________________ ($150 for each person) I can not attend
but here is my gift to the DGC $_____________
________ I have a van that can be used on the field trip that will hold
this number of passengers: __________
________ Please contact me about Planned Giving opportunities to support
the publication of Tom’s remaining 390 maps.Make checks payable
to the SBMNH / Dibblee Geological
Center and mail this form with your check to:
John Powell, PO Box 2309, Camarillo, California, 93011.
Additional information and meeting location will be mailed with your registration
Index and order forms for Dibblee Maps and CDs at http://dibblee.geol.ucsb.edu.