AEG Meeting—Jahns Lecture—Thursday, February 6:
Scott Lindvall—Characterizing Fault Displacement Hazards: Significant Progress and Significant Uncertainties
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AEG/GSA 2019–2020 Richard H. Jahns Distinguished Lecturer—Friday, February 7:
Speaker: Scott Lindvall
Topic: A Tale of Three Dams along the Owens Valley Fault System
Biography: Scott Lindvall is a Certified Engineering Geologist in California with 35 years of experience working in the consulting industry performing seismic and geologic hazard analyses, fault investigations, and engineering geology studies for both existing and proposed critical facilities.
Location: Pennington Medical Education Building, Room 12 (NE corner of UNR campus)
Date/Time: Friday, February 7 (11:30–1:30 PM)
Free lecture is open to the public.
Shuttle service will be provided to the lecture hall at the Pennington Medical Education Building. Shuttles will leave the south end of DMS Building at 11:30 PM and return by 1:30 PM. Paid parking is also available northeast of the Pennington Medical Education Building.
Richard H. Jahns Distinguished Lectureship: “The Richard H. Jahns Distinguished Lectureship was established in 1988 by the Environmental and Engineering Geology Division and the Association of Engineering Geologists, jointly, to commemorate him and to promote student awareness of engineering geology through a series of annual lectures at academic institutions.”