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Well, not really, but The Cleveland Geological Society, one of the associated societies of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, is going to tell you why there is something shaky going on in NEO. The Society’s monthly meetings are held the third Wednesday of each month at 7:30 pm in Classroom A on C Floor at the Museum.
The talk at the February 17 meeting will be:
"There’s Something Shaky About this Place
and, We Have the Data to Prove It"
This will be about the 100 plus year history of seismology in Cleveland, the museum’s part in that history, and the Ohio Seismic Network (OhioSeis). A tour of the museum’s seismic observatory will follow this talk.
CGS Program Chair.
Assistant, Invertebrate Paleontology
Cleveland Museum of Natural History
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Cleveland, Oh. 44106-1767
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