Table Rock Geology and Its Influence on Plant Communities, a Siskiyou Field Institute Class
Instructor: Larry Broeker
Date: Saturday, April 8, 2017
Location: Introduction at Central Point Library; class will then carpool to Upper Table Rock parking lot.
We will examine the geologic events that shaped architecture of the Rogue Valley and surrounding foothills, specifically the origin and transformation of the Table Rocks.
This field course begins with an introductory slide presentation at the Central Point Library, then continues in the field with a hike up the Upper Table Rock trail to the summit, then travel to various points of geologic and ecologic interest on its southeast arm. On our trip, we will observe mass-wasting processes of erosion as well as explore three distinct microhabitats that host diverse plant communities.
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About Siskiyou Field Institute
Siskiyou Field Institute offers wonderful immersive workshops and classes for those who what to learn about natural history of the Klamath-Siskiyou ecoregion. This special area of the world is one of the six global “hot spots” for flora and fauna biodiversity.
The Chanticleer Inn has a history of supporting SFI and promoting their education, research and community programs.