Geology of Massanutten Mountain, Virginia

Here’s a new video from Greg Willis, the same guy who brought us a fine video on Piedmont geology. In this new opus (20 minutes), Greg details the geology of the Massanutten Synclinorium (Shenandoah Valley, Massanutten Mountain, and Fort Valley) in western Virginia. WordPress isn’t letting me embed it here, but you should go and check it out!


3 Responses

  1. Wow! We are not worthy!

    I was impressed with the quality of yesterday’s movie, but I’m blown away by the quality of this one. Is Greg, by chance, a graduate of the Montana State University MFA program in Science and Natural History Filmmaking? How was he inspired to construct this film? Does he do this for a living or was this just a “fun” project?

  2. Ron, hi – this is Greg. Thanks for your kind words. No MFA here, I just have an interest and a camera. I just wanted to share all the cool stuff Callan showed us on the class for those who are not nearby. Glad you liked it!

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