Deep Lake Scabland created by the Ice Age Floods, Dry Falls area. Deep Lake, Dry Falls area carved by the Ice Age Floods. Hedgehog cactus are often found in the Channeled Scablands of eastern Washington. Erratic boulder stranded on Steamboat Rock during the Ice Age Floods. Home Page Not much time? ... Click here for a quick Ice Age Floods summary Ice Age Floods Feature of the month For many years one man understood the clues but no one would listen Glacial Lake Missoula Channeled Scablands of Eastern Washington Temporary Lake Lewis Columbia Gorge Explore the variety of features created by the Ice Age Floods Columbia River Basalt Group The Pleistocene Grand Coulee Dam and the Columbia Basin Irrigation Project Washington Wines Ice Age Floods Institute

Ice Age Floods - Video Page

Slideshow featuring Glacial Lake Missoula features. - Click arrow to view

What is Lava? Hawaiian volcano lava flowing to ocean.

Video shows flowing lava, geologist working with lava sample, lava entering water and black sand beaches. video

Check out this NEW 2 Minute Geology episode - Petrified Wood at Ginkgo Petrified Forest State Park.

NEW: Lake Bonneville flood presentation that includes maps, photographs and video. - Click arrow to view.

Click either of the Palouse Falls images below to open pages with photos and Ice Age Floods Feature Video of the falls during ice and near-flood conditions.

Link to Ice Age Floods feature video of Palouse Falls created by Lake Missoula floodwaters.
Palouse Falls December 2008
Link to Ice Age Floods feature video of Palouse Falls high volume flow.
Palouse Falls January 2009

Click above to play CWU video of "Central Rocks" episode featuring Bruce Bjornstad.

"On the Trail of the Ice Age Floods" Tri-Cities National Laboratory Geologist Bruce Bjornstad visits Ellensburg to chat about his new book, 'On the Trail of the Ice Age Floods'. Bruce discusses his work at Batelle in Richland, his motivation for writing a general audience book, and his work with the Ice Age Floods Institute. Taped on August 7, 2007.

Central Rocks

Taped on the campus of Central Washington University and hosted by CWU Geology Professor Nick Zentner, 'Central Rocks' is a series of interviews with geologists who teach or conduct research in Washington. 'Central Rocks: Roadside Geology', a new spin-off project, is a series of short films that feature familiar locations along Washington's scenic highways.

Click on geologists name or photo to play interview.
Geologist Jim O'Connor - Click to open video link.
Jim O'Connor

USGS Hydrologist Jim O'Connor discusses current research on Washington's Missoula Floods and Idaho's Bonneville Flood.
Geologist Gene Kiver - Click to open video link.
Gene Kiver

EWU Geology Professor Gene Kiver discusses the origins of the Ice Age Floods Institute.
Nick Zentner interviews Ice Age Floods expert Dr. Victor R. Baker.
Vic Baker

UA Geology Professor Vic Baker discusses his distinguished career devoted to Washington's Channeled Scablands.
Geologist Nick Zentner - Click to open video link.
Nick Zentner

CWU Geology Professor Nick Zentner lectures on eastern Washington's unique landscapes (Floods of lava and floods of water).

YouTube Ice Age Floods Channel.

More Ice Age Flood videos available on the YouTube Ice Age Floods Channel.

Basalt exposure in the Drumheller Channels.

All photos by Tom Foster unless otherwise noted.

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