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April 24: 1600th GSW Meeting and Early-Career Showcase at Carnegie EPL

The 1600th meeting of the Society will be held at the Carnegie Earth and Planets Laboratory, Broad Branch Road Campus. Directions are here: https://epl.carnegiescience.edu/about/our-campus/directions-to-epl

Parking is free on the campus, or on-street in the vicinity

This will be a special event, highlighting the work of early-career scientists. Ahead of the formal program, we will hold an informal gathering with food, beverages, and poster presentations by students, post-docs and other early-career workers. We welcome poster presentation contributions: please email Dan Doctor (dhdoctor@usgs.gov) if you have a poster to present!

Hors d’oeuvres and beverages will be served beginning at 6:30 p.m., during the poster presentations

***This will be a hybrid meeting***

If you wish to join the virtual Zoom webcast, please email geosocwash@gmail.com by Tuesday, April 23 for the information to join the webcast.

Formal program begins at 8:00 p.m, with the following speakers:

Emmanuel Codillo, Carnegie Earth and Planets Laboratory — Tracking carbon-rich magmas in the upper mantle using electrical conductivity

Vasilije Dobrosavljevic, Carnegie Earth and Planets Laboratory — Probing materials at Earth’s enigmatic core-mantle boundary landscape

Jennifer Kasbohm, Yale University/Carnegie Earth and Planets Laboratory — Calibrating timescales and measuring pCO2 to test the role of Columbia River Basalt volcanism in the Miocene Climate Optimum

March 27, GSW meeting at Cosmos Club

This will be an IN-PERSON meeting only. Three excellent talks will be presented:

ISABELLE COZZARELLI (U.S. Geological Survey) – Evolution of geochemical process understanding gained from long-term investigations of the Bemidji, Minnesota, terrestrial crude oil spill

GEOFFREY GILLEAUDEAU (George Mason University) – Perspectives on Neoproterozoic continental weathering and ocean oxygenation and its effect on the evolving biosphere

BEN KLIGMAN (Smithsonian Institution) – Searching for the hidden origins of living tetrapods in Triassic equatorial Pangaea

Come at 7:30 PM to socialize and imbibe, the meeting begins at 8 PM, and ends by 10 PM. Speaker bios and talk abstracts are available here.