Seabeck-Poulsbo Geologic Map Now Available as 3D PDF

3D PDF files are a fun way to explore the relationships between topography, surface geology, and subsurface geology (represented by cross sections and borehole data). What’s even better is that no expensive or special software is needed to view them! Files can be viewed and manipulated with the freely-available AdobeĀ® ReaderĀ®. Users can zoom, pan, […]

September Geology Image of the Month: Angular Unconformity at Beach 4, Olympic National Park

The September Geology Image of the Month was taken by State Geologist, Dave Norman. It shows a well-exposed angular unconformity in the rocks at Beach 4, located along coastal Highway 101 between Ruby Beach (to the N) and Kalaloch (to the S), and within the bounds of Olympic National Park. An angular unconformity is created […]

August Geology Image of the Month: Hood Canal

The August Geology Image of the Month was captured by mapping geologists Gabriel Legorretta Paulin and Trevor Contreras. It was taken during the 2012 field season while mapping along the Hood Canal, a region that Trevor and others have been working in for the past five years with the aid of grants provided by the […]