83 episodes

Geologic stories from the Pacific Northwest.

The Nick Zentner Geology Podcast Nick Zentner

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    • 4.9 • 420 Ratings

Geologic stories from the Pacific Northwest.

    Karin Sigloch Live!

    Karin Sigloch Live!

    Nick recalls a big day in the YouTube livestream series.

    • 36 min
    Docking Siletzia

    Docking Siletzia

    Nick shifts to thinking about docking Siletzia 50 million years ago.

    • 39 min
    Docking Wrangellia

    Docking Wrangellia

    Nick wonders about the significance of docking Wrangellia.

    • 36 min
    Crazy Eocene A to Z!

    Crazy Eocene A to Z!

    Nick shares his latest format - with excitement.

    • 39 min
    Pop-Up Geology!

    Pop-Up Geology!

    Nick shares a new idea…

    • 36 min
    Crashing a GSA field trip

    Crashing a GSA field trip

    Nick crashed a recent Grand Coulee Ice Age Floods field trip.

    • 35 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
420 Ratings

420 Ratings

Collegebasketballonly ,

Karin Sigloch

Thanks for the podcast update.
All for drop in podcasts!!!
Your style of teaching/presenting is what brings me back each episode. Karin had an equal engaging personality and presentation, fairly easy to follow with multiple rewatched of some segments, so my pea brain could follow. See you in February podcast!!

ElectraShellGame ,

Geology RockStar

I first found Nick on YouTube and really enjoyed his videos and watched them more than once. Love the storytelling style of teaching, and easy to follow explanations. Thanks for not having ads!

Kingman358 ,

Best Geology Podcast Available

These Nick Zentner Geology podcasts are AWESOME!! Very informative and insightful. Nick makes you think he is talking directly to you! Highly recommended!! Infinitely better than the other geology podcasts out there.

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