|The bar is sponsored by Doug and Merrily Graham and they are providing complementary dinners to the first three students who submit RSVP’s. Any additional students will be charged $20.|
|Thursday, November 4th|
Pat Mohn, P.E.
“Anaconda Copper Mine Site (ACMS), Yerington, Nevada: Overview and Site Update”
“The Anaconda Copper Mine Site (ACMS) is Nevada’s largest, active AML cleanup project.”
For a more detailed Abstract and Biography, please CLICK HERE
Courtyard by Marriott — Reno Downtown/Riverfront
1 Ballpark Ln
Reno, Nevada, 89501
Link to Map
SOCIAL HOUR: 5:15 PM (Sponsored)
DINNER: 6:00 PM
PRESENTATION: 7:00 PM
Cost: Members: $25.00 ~ Non-Members: $30.00 ~ Students: $20.00
Please RSVP no later than 2:00 PM on November 2nd. Cancellations must be made 72 hours prior to the meeting. In accordance with the Governor’s statewide mask mandate, face coverings will be required at the meeting. Additionally, if you are not feeling well or have been in close contact with someone that has COVID-19, we ask that you please stay home and take care of yourself, and we’ll see you at next month’s meeting.
The dinner menu for the evening can be viewed HERE. Please include your entrée choice with your RSVP.
|Thank you to this month’s Sponsors! |
We are currently seeking a sponsor for student dinners!
AEG can provide an itemized receipt for student dinner sponsorship. Email an AEG officer if you or your company is interested.
The monthly chapter meetings are held on the 2nd or 3rd Thursdays of every month, unless notified otherwise.
Due to increased costs at Sure Stay, and following an extensive search of competitive venues in our area, we have moved our monthly meetings to the Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Riverside. Catering services are currently not offered at the venue, and meeting prices have been reduced significantly to reflect this change. We hope you will understand these changes and will continue to support the Chapter.
Announcements can be forwarded to any of the Great Basin Chapter officers. Below is the contact information for the 2020-2021 AEG Great Basin Chapter officers:
CHAIRPERSON: Merrily Graham
VICE CHAIRPERSON: Kelsey Sherrard
TREASURER: Chris Betts
SECRETARY: Kathleen Rodrigues
Fall 2021 through Spring 2022 AEG Great Basin Chapter Speaker Roster
November 4, 2021: Pat Mohn, Nevada Division of Environmental Protection, Technical
Support Engineer, Anaconda Copper Mine Site: Overview and Site Update
December 9, 2021: Dr. Wendy Calvin, Professor UNR Mackay, The Mars Sojourner to Perseverance
January 13, 2022: Nick Saines, AEG Region 4 Director, Geologist, Naturalist and Author from the Southern Nevada Chapter
A Balanced Look at Precariously Balanced Rocks, With Examples from Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
February 10 & 11th, 2022 The Jahns Lecture Series: Richard Wooten, North Carolina Geological Survey
Thursday, February 10th Great Basin Chapter Topic: Responding to Landslide Emergencies: Communicating with Stakeholders and the Feedback Loop of Preparation, Response, Analysis and Lessons Learned
Friday, February 11th, UNR Campus Topic: Debris Flows, Big Slow Movers, and Rockslides: Assembling the Geospatial Legacy of Landslides using Lidar, Drones and Boots on the Ground
March 10, 2022: Bill Goodwin, Immediate 2021-22 AEG National Past President, San Francisco Bay Area Chapter Blasting Techniques used in Civil and Mining Projects
April 14, 2022, Student Night (Student Presentations)