8 November, 2002
"I'm glad I was able to shake his hand" commented a science student. When one of the world's finest geologists visits your school, good things tend to happen. Bruce Marsh met with students, teachers, and the public during his two-day visit to the High School. The open exchange allowed for a variety of questions to be answered by a person who has been to Antarctica multiple times. Bruce placed the expedition goals in the context of the formation of the planet. Some of these mysteries are locked up in the rocks of the Dry Valleys region. Bruce also generated a high level of interest in the upcoming project by discussing the history of Antarctic exploration and by sharing many of his slides from his previous visits.
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