SE--The Scenic Geology of Alberta
In 2018 Dr. Leckie spoke to CALL on the Geology of the Canadian Rockies in conjunction with the publication of his book on the topic. He illustrated his talk with wonderful visuals taken from the guide.
The new book by the author explains how the landscape of Alberta's most scenic sites evolved into what they are today. Leckie tells the intriguing story of Alberta's landscape evolution from Waterton Lakes National Park, to Dinosaur Provincial Park, into the Prairies and across the North.
Dale Leckie has a Ph.D. in Geology, and a M.Sc. and B.Sc. in Geography. He was a scientist at the Geological Survey of Canada and chief geologist at a large Canadian oil company. Dale is currently adjunct professor at University of Calgary. Dale has been president of the Society for Sedimentary Geology (SEPM) and Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists (CSPG). Dale is recognized for his long-term contributions to geology and is an honorary member of SEPM and CSPG