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Carol Frost at Saturday U: Fingerprints on Wyoming's Rock of Ages

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Uploaded on Mar 30, 2011

"Fingerprints on Wyoming's Rock of Ages," Carol Frost, UW Department of Geology professor and vice president for special projects.

Wyoming's spectacular scenery and abundant resources are well known and widely-appreciated assets. Less known is the state's 4-billion-year geologic history that produced these natural treasures.

Dr. Frost delivered this lecture as part of the Winter 2011 session at the National Museum of Wildlife Art Cook Auditorium in Jackson, WY.

In its second year, Saturday U is a collaborative program that connects popular UW professors with life-long learners in Jackson Hole. Offered three times a year, Saturday U is sponsored by the university, the UW Foundation and Wyoming Humanities Council and presented by Central Wyoming College (CWC), National Museum of Wildlife Art and Teton County Library Foundation.

Shot February 26, 2011.
Produced by UW Television, Outreach Technology Services
Camera/Editor: Ali Grossman, UWTV

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