Site Formation Processes and Sediment Sources of the Genevieve Lykes Duncan Site. Authors: Brittney Gregory of Cross Roads, Texas, and Charles D. Frederick of The University of Texas at Austin. This paper represents a relatively novel approach to the understanding of sediment sources at the Genevieve Lykes Duncan site, which lies at the confluence of Terlingua Creek and a major tributary.
Abstract: http://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2012SC/finalprogram/abstract_199556.htm; 2:45 p.m. (session 18, paper 18-4).
Fear and Learning in Big Bend: Is it Safe to Take a Field Trip Down There? Authors: Kevin M. Urbanczyk of Sul Ross State University and Chris Burnett, of The University of Texas at Austin. This paper addresses perceptions of safety risks resulting from border violence that impedes geology field trips to Big Bend National Park by educators and students.
Abstract: http://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2012SC/finalprogram/abstract_199555.htm; 1:45 p.m. (session 19, paper 19-2).
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