One of the largest waterfalls in the history of Earth happened in Washington State. Three-times the width of Niagara, the volume of the Ice Age falls was 10-times the combined flow of all the rivers on Earth.
Nick Zentner is the science outreach and education coordinator for the Department of Geological Sciences at Central Washington University. He has produced more than 40 short videos about Central Washington geology. Since 2008, Zentner’s colloquial, humorous lectures have made him a popular speaker at educational and civic organizations throughout the Northwest. In 2015, Nick received the prestigious James Shea Award, a National Association of Geoscience Teachers award recognizing exceptional delivery of Earth Science content to the general public.More stories by Nick Zentner