Members: Exercise your right to select GSA Officers/Councilors
The Impact of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in Louisiana: America's Coasts Under Siege
GSA and The Pontchartrain Institute of Environmental Studies, University of New Orleans, have just issued this joint white paper.
[ download document ]
You can make a difference!
Needs are great at the University of Southern Mississippi's Gulf Coast Research Laboratory in Ocean Springs. Check the "Resources Needed" on the GSA Katrina Relief Bulletin Board. If you are unable to donate an item but know of someone who can, please forward the link.
[ view needs ]
Help replace K-12 teacher resources by donating to the GSA Foundation special fund. GSA member Gail Russell of the University of Southern Mississippi is spearheading this effort. Scroll down to "Hurricane Katrina Relief: K-12 Resources" in the pick list.
[ make a donation ]
|2006 SECTION MEETINGS
|Online Registration closing soon
| Note: Although you can always register on-site,
you can save time and hassle by registering online.
|Registration discounts in effect
|STUDENTS — Shlemon & Mann Mentor Programs are scheduled for every 2006 Section Meeting. These student programs always provide a free meal (lunch for Shlemon Programs, pizza supper for Mann Programs). When you register you will receive free tickets to these events. See you there!
[ view mentor program schedule ]
Communicating the Value of Geoscience
Make Your Voice Heard!
Panel appointed by GSA Council seeks input by 15 April for GSA's proposed position statement on Global Climate Change.
[ read position statement ]
GSA National Leadership Initiative:
The GSA Executive Director and the Geology and Public Policy Committee (GPPC) request community comment on the concept of a GSA Washington D.C. office.
[ read white paper ]
PRESS RELEASES ISSUED BY GSA
February GEOLOGY Media Highlights (26 Jan.)
Download current and back issues (from 1881) of four scientific titles from the American Museum of Natural History, including its Bulletin and Novitates series.
[ visit Web site ]
A newly upgraded USGS Seismic Monitoring site will shorten the delay of obtaining recent earthquake data from about 2 hours to 30 minutes. Staff are now onsite 24/7 at the National Earthquake Center to locate and report worldwide quakes.
[ visit Web site ]