We lead one day long geotours on the Geoelements of Keweenaw Geoheritage.  These tours use ground and boat transportation and visit some of the most important places identified by the website.  We use the university research boat, the RV Agassiz. 

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Read press release about trip on July 28, 2016.

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RV Agassiz at Rock Harbor
Keweenaw Geoheritage Field/Boat Trip--
July 30, 2018
 

July 30  Geotrip to Huron Bay and Huron Islands  Details. This trip is to see Jacobsville Geosites that are found along the shores of Huron Bay, east of Keweenaw Bay.  The boat trip starts at Witt’s Marina, and travels north to pass cliff exposures of Jacobsville and KLT sites where local access is facilitated. The source rocks for Jacobsville are also visited at the lonely Huron islands, remnants of a much larger mountain range.http://www.geo.mtu.edu/KeweenawGeoheritage/Sandstone/Huron_Bay_Geosites.htmlshapeimage_5_link_0

David Wilheim

David Wilheim

David Wilheim