Mac users: If your presentation was created on a Mac and converted to run on a PC, please test it before you come to the meeting . Thomas (term ends 30 June 2014)1062011 Annual Meeting & Exposition: Arche An to Anthropocene: the past is the key to the future Our Thanks to The Following Session Cosponsor Organizations AASP - The Palynological Society Affiliation of Christian Geologists Alta Vertical American Association of State Geologists American Geological Institute American Geophysical Union American Quaternary Association American Water Resources Association American Water Resources Association, Wisconsin Section Association of American State Geologists Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists Association of Geoscientists for International Development Australian National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training British Geological Survey Canadian Quaternary Association Chinese Academy of Sciences Clay Minerals Society Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Science Inc . National Chapter of International Association of the Hydrogeologists UMD Precambrian Research Center USDA Forest Service VERTIMANIA YES Network912 October·Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA 107 1082011 Annual Meeting & Exposition: Arche An to Anthropocene: the past is the key to the future PARDEE KEYNOTE SYMPOSIAThese unique interdisciplinary sessions cover issues on the leading edge of a scientific discipline or area of public policy and address broad, fundamental issues in the geosciences . Honoring British Geologist Arthur Holmes (18901965) for Contributions to Geochronology, Plate Tectonics, and the Origin of Granite: Sun ., 9 Oct ., p .m . Exploration of the Deep Biosphere: Mon ., 10 Oct ., 8 a .m .noon . Rare Earth Elements and Critical Minerals for a Sustainable and Secure Future: Mon ., 10 Oct ., p .m . The Earth Scope Program: Recent Results and Future Projects: Tues ., 11 Oct ., 8 a .m .noon P6 . Leopold the ground" to augment flow records and water-quality deter The last time GSA met in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, was minations. Leopold's talk focused on Watts ent practices of planning, design, and construction must Branch, "a small tributary of the Potomac River, north of Washinclude some geologic knowledge." ington, D. Analytic Modeling of Groundwater Flow: Advances and Applications DAY Monday Monday Monday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday TIME 9 a .m .6 p .m .
Make sure that the hyperlinks still function, and avoid using a rewritable CD (CD-RW), as we've encountered compatibility problems with them . Core Labs Council on Undergraduate Research Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research Earth Scope Edwards Aquifer Authority Exxon Mobil/Upstream Research Company Foundation for Glacier and Environmental Research GSA Archaeological Geology Division GSA Coal Geology Division GSA Diversity in the Geosciences Committee GSA Environmental and Engineering Geology Division GSA Geobiology & Geomicrobiology Division GSA Geoinformatics Division GSA Geology and Health Division GSA Geology and Public Policy Committee GSA Geology and Society Division GSA Geophysics Division GSA Geoscience Education Division GSA History and Philosophy of Geology Division GSA Hydrogeology Division GSA International Section GSA Limnogeology Division GSA Mineralogy, Geochemistry, Petrology, and Volcanology Division GSA Planetary Geology Division GSA Quaternary Geology and Geomorphology Division GSA Sedimentary Geology Division GSA Structural Geology and Tectonics Division Geochemical Society Geological Association of Canada Geological Survey of Canada Geoscience Information Society Google Inc . Selection is on a competitive basis, all speakers are invited, and all sessions will take place at the Minneapolis Convention Center in Room 101A-C . The Frontiers of Quaternary Geochronology: Extension or Overextension of Dating Methods for Quaternary Geology and Geomorphology? " Geologists," he writes, "more so than most people, November 1972. Leopold was outgoing GSA president know how the natural world operates and what beauty lies in and delivered his address to meeting participants on " River these mechanisms of natures. C." He notes that he chose this river and its small basin because it had been the spot where, years earlier, he had taken his children on picnics and to play catch.
If your presentation includes embedded video, your video will most likely NOT play automatically on the PC platform . ICS Subcommission on Precambrian Stratigraphy IRIS Data Management System Institute on Lake Superior Geology International Advisory for Geoscience Diversity International Association of Geo Chemistry International Association of Hydrogeologists International Association of Sedimentologists International Continental Drilling Program International Society of Groundwater for Sustainable Development International Subcommission on Stratigraphic Classification International Union for Quaternary Research Karst Waters Institute Lac Core/Limnological Research Center Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University Leica Micropaleontology Press Mineralogical Society of America Minnesota Ground Water Association Minnesota Planetarium Society Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology National Association of Geoscience Teachers National Cave and Karst Research Institute National Center for Earth-Surface Dynamics National Center for STEM Elementary Education National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training National Earth Science Teachers Association National Ground Water Association North American Commission on Stratigraphic Nomenclature One Geology On the Cutting Edge Outdoor Industry Association Oxford University Press Paleontological Research Institution Paleontological Society PEMEX/PEP Petzl Precambrian [At Large] REI SEPM North American Micropaleontology Section SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology) Salewa Society of Concrete Petrographers Society of Economic Geologists Society of Exploration Geophysicists Foundation Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Soil Science Society of America Spatial Intelligence and Learning Center State Key Laboratory of Palaeobiology and Stratigraphy The Mineralogical Society University of Minnesota U . If some of the beauty of undis Channel Change with Time" (published in GSA Bulletin in 1973 turbed processes is to exist within the reach of cities, the pres[v. Over time, he writes, suburban growth resulted in a basin filled with "muddy trash heaps" and "the little stream ...
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POSTERSMinneapolis Convention Center, Hall CSponsored in part by Shell. Rathburn Sedimentary Geology: Brenda Beitler Bowen and Tracy D .
Hardcopy Poster Presentations You will be provided with one horizontal, freestanding 8-ft-wide by 4-ft-high display board along with Velcro for hanging your poster in the Exhibit Hall .
Each poster booth will share a 6-ft by 30-in table, and electricity will be available in the poster area at no charge . Clapham Society of Economic Geologists: Harold Noyes GSA Divisions Archaeological Geology: Catherine H . Moosavi History and Philosophy of Geology: John A .
Presenter Information Speaker Ready Room Minneapolis Convention Center, Room 201AB Sat ., 8 Oct ., 8 a .m .8 p .m . If you have a Sunday presentation and are unable to get to the speaker ready room on Saturday, please take your presentation directly to your session room at least 30 minutes before the session is scheduled to begin . Geology in the National Parks: Research, Mapping, Outreach, and Resource Management (Posters) T147 . Gas Bubbles and Dissolved Gases in Groundwater (Posters) T95 .
We highly recommend that all speakers visit the speaker ready room for an opportunity to run through their presentations and get comfortable with the equipment . To submit your presentation during the meeting, please do so in the speaker ready room the day before your presentation . Time, Events, and Places: Understanding Temporal and Spatial Learning in Geoscience Education Geoscience Education III: Broadening Participation in the Geosciences through Access, Accommodation, and Inclusion Geoscience Education IV: Geoscience for All--Addressing Challenges in Open Door Institutions and/or Small Geoscience Programs Geoscience Education (Posters) II T145 . Gas Bubbles and Dissolved Gases in Groundwater Hydrogeology (Posters) T90 .
Acceptable file types: Power Point ( or .pps), Microsoft Word ( .doc), or PDF ( .pdf) . Earth's Early Atmosphere and Surface Environment: Wed ., 12 Oct ., 8 a .m .noon P8 . What Are Undergraduates Learning in/from Our Programs? Virtual Reality in Geoscience Education I (Digital Posters)DAY Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday TIME 8 a .m .noon 8 a .m .noon 9 a .m .6 p .m . Visualizations in Geology: Advancing the Science Using Digital Tools I (Digital Posters) T92 . If your graphics or video clips are not embedded in your presentation, please be sure that you bring them as well . Global Water Sustainability: Wed ., 12 Oct ., p .m .1972 GSA Annual Meeting Presidential Address" Better Get the Garbage Before it Gets You" Luna B. Buried Valley Aquifers: What Do We Know and How Do We Move Forward for Sustained Groundwater Management? Environmental Problems in Karst Terranes/Terrains and Their Solutions: In Honor of James F . GroundwaterSurface Water Interaction: Relating Understanding That Spans the Water-Rich Midwest to the Scarcity of the Outback T79 . If you choose the latter, your animation will play in a separate Quick Time window, outside of your Power Point presentation . Find it and the entire 1972 presidential address article at (open access).912 October·Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA 109 Technical Program At-A-Glance Arranged by Scientific Category and Session Number Please use the session numbers below to find the title and time of the session on pages 112121. We strongly recommend that you test your Mac-produced presentation on a Windows-based system before coming to the meeting . Piper Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology: Sharon L . Bold numbers--Pardee Keynote sessions; DP and P--poster and digital poster sessions, which run all day. If you are unable to run your Mac presentation from a PC, we will be able to accommodate you . Kanfoush Precambrian Geology: Joe Meert Annual Program Committee Chair: J . Please talk to the technicians in the Speaker Ready Room for more information . Myrbo Mineralogy, Geochemistry, Petrology, and Volcanology: Russell S . Barnes Planetary Geology: David Williams and Simon Kattenhorn Quaternary Geology and Geomorphology: Kyle House, Jim O'Connor, and Sara L . and Phil Resor Representatives at Large Petroleum: Ann V . Christopher Hepburn (term ends 30 June 2013) Richard C .