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Monthly Archives: April 2019
|GSA 2020 Southeastern/Northeastern Joint Section Meeting
Hyatt Regency Reston
20–22 March 2020 • Reston, Virginia, USA
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Deadline: 1 June 2019
We are excited to announce the GSA 2020 Southeastern and Northeastern Joint Section Meeting will be held in Reston, Virginia, USA. A planned community designed for pedestrians, Reston is located outside of Washington, D.C., and is situated at the Fall Zone and the transition from the southern to the central Appalachians. The area is rich with interesting historical, cultural, and geologic attractions: the Great Falls of the Potomac are only 20 minutes from the Meeting, the Smithsonian National Museums are only 40 minutes away, and numerous bistros, restaurants, and shopping on a safe pedestrian mall are just out the door of the Hyatt Regency Reston.
For this Meeting, we are seeking proposals for Technical Sessions, Symposia, Field Trips, Short Courses, and Workshops that encompass the breadth of eastern geology from tectonics of the Appalachian orogen to coastal geology, from groundwater and hydrogeology to landscape evolution, geology and public policy, and much more.
Proposal submissions must include:
Please submit your proposal electronically, or email your submissions to the appropriate Chair(s) listed below.
Thank you for your ideas; we look forward to seeing you in Reston in 2020.
Exhibits Chair: Daniel Harris
Student Chair: Wilma Aleman Gonzalez
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 2019
DR. LARRY C. PETERSON,
University of Miami
Ice Cores and Ocean Mud: Records of Abrupt Climate Change
and Implications for Tropical Hydrology
DR. SHAENA MONTANARI,
National Science Foundation AAAS
Science and Technology Policy Fellow
Cracking the egg: The use of modern and fossil eggs for
ecological, environmental and biological interpretation
DR. KIMBERLEY R. MINER,
U.S. Army Engineer Research & Development Center’s Geospatial Research Laboratory
The secret legacy of glaciers: Assessing the risk of legacy
pollution in glacial meltwater
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TALKS WILL BE 20 MINUTES w/ QUESTIONS TO FOLLOW
Refreshments at 7:30 p.m. Formal program at 8:00 p.m.
John Wesley Powell Auditorium
2170 Florida Avenue NW, Washington, DC