A part of their monthly Work Days, which have been held on the first Saturday of the month for the past three decades, the Orma J. Smith Museum of Natural History invites experts to share their research with the public. Topics range from archaeology to butterflies to marine biology. The College of Idaho Gipson Honors Students will even be presenting their individual discoveries gleaned from museum specimens. The talks will be held in the Boone Science Hall on the campus of The College of Idaho, at noon on Work Days.
March's guest is Nate Carpenter, whose presentation is titled "Update on the Geochronology of Neogene Aquatic Biota of the Pacific Northwestern United States."