Kiver, Eugene

Eugene Kiver, an emeritus professor of geology, who taught and did research on geomorphology and Ice Age history at Eastern Washington University for thirty-two years, now lives in the seaport of Anacortes, Washington. He is on the Ice Age Floods Institute Board, leads field trips in the Channeled Scabland, and makes numerous presentations to interested groups. He recently coauthored On the Trail of the Ice Age Floods with Bruce Bjornstad. Gene is an active hiker and has hiked well over 3,000 miles in the past ten years in the Cascade Range and elsewhere in the Pacific Northwest.