Boulder, Colorado, USA - Geoscientists from the north-central U.S. and beyond will convene in Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA, on 2-3 May to celebrate GSA's 125th Anniversary and discuss new science, expand on existing science, and explore the unique geologic and historic features of the region, with a special emphasis on the Great Lakes. Events include a showing of Scott Tinker's film, Switch, and a keynote address by William F. Ruddiman titled, "When Did We Transform Earth's Surface?"
Selected Highlights of the Scientific Program
The scientific program is composed of oral and poster presentations organized into 23 themed sessions plus an array of research in general discipline areas. Go to http://www.geosociety.org/Sections/nc/2013mtg/techprog.htm to learn more.
THURSDAY, 2 MAY
CO2 Storage and Greenhouse Gases
Charles W. Rovey II of Missouri State University, presiding, 8 a.m.noon (session 1)
Applied Geology: Engineering, Environmental, Geotechnical and Hydrogeology (Posters)
Authors will be present 2:30:30 p.m. to discuss their posters (session 21).
FRIDAY, 3 MAY
Paleontology as a Murder Mystery: How the Study of Predation and Taphonomy Reveals the Means, Motives & Opportunities of Ancient Perpetrators and Their Victims
Karen A. Koy of Missouri Western State University and Joseph E. Peterson of the University of WisconsinOshkosh, presiding, 8 a.m.noon (session 27)
Addressing Environmental Aspects of Geology: Research, Pedagogy, and Public Policy
Michael A. Phillips of Illinois Valley Community College, presiding. 1:30:30 p.m. (session 31)
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