ECWG Dinner: Exploring the Past With New Technology: Climate, Epidemics, and the Fall of an Empire by Sarah Yeomans

ECWG Dinner: Exploring the Past With New Technology: Climate, Epidemics, and the Fall of an Empire by Sarah Yeomans

Washington Group Explorers Club Members, Associates/Friends & Members’ Guests, and Non- Members’ Guest List You are cordially invited to the October 2018 ECWG dinner meeting at the Cosmos Club, with an after dinner presentation by Sarah Yeomans Saturday, 20 October 2018 at 6:00 PM. About the Presentation At its height, the Roman Empire stretched from …

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Explorer Club Washington Group Happy Hour

Explorer Club Washington Group Happy Hour

Explorers, friends of explorers and aspiring explorers are cordially invited to join us for a relaxed evening of good company, story-swapping and exploration-related networking at Le Mirche, one of D.C.’s hippest restaurants. Please feel free to spread the word – this is an opportunity to gather in good company, spend some relaxed time with friends, …

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2018 ECWG Bombash

2018 ECWG Bombash

ECWG Members, Associates/Friends, and Guests are cordially invited to the ECWG Bombash Saturday, 29 September, 2018, 11 am – 4 pm Chetwood Park (near The Plains, VA) About the Event The Bombash will take place at Chetwood Park, the residence and working farm, with polo grounds, of Dr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Seager, who have …

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Circumnavigators Club of Washington, DC Fall Grantee Luncheon

Circumnavigators Club of Washington, DC Fall Grantee Luncheon

ECWG Members and Associates/Friends are cordially invited to the Circumnavigators Club of Washington, DC Fall Grantee Luncheon. About the Event Presentation: “How Enemies Become Friends: The Role of Regional Organizations in Replacing Rivalry with Cooperation” by Ann-Kathrin Merz, 2018 Grantee Doors open at 11:30 Lunch Noon to 2 Holiday Inn Rosslyn at Key Bridge Georgetown …

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2018 Exploration and Field Research Grant Recipients

2018 Exploration and Field Research Grant Recipients

Samantha Gleich (Ph.D.), University of Maryland, Center for Environmental Science, Horn Point Laboratory, “Water quality and the silification of diatom communities of the Anacostia River, Chesapeake Bay”, Virginia. The Anacostia River is a highly polluted tributary of Chesapeake Bay that runs through Washington D.C. and empties into the Potomac River. The recently completed, soon to …

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