Geoscience Travel and Tours
… for People Who Love Earth Science
NEW TRIP DATES
Henry Darcy's Legacy, a hydrogeology GeoTrip, has been rescheduled for Aug/Sept. There is still time to register for this incredible trip through France to re-trace the legacy of Henry Darcy in Paris and Dijon. Deposit deadline is 20 June.
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Colorado Pikes Peak Country!
Join us in Colorado this June to view some
of the most spectacular geology in America.
There is still time to register for this trip.
Deposit deadline is 12 May.
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Join your colleagues and friends at this year's Rocky Mountain Section Meeting in beautiful Gunnison, Colorado, or at the joint GSA Cordilleran Section / AAPG Pacific Section meeting in Anchorage, Alaska.
There is still time to register and make travel plans!
[ Rocky Mountain | Cordilleran ]
Bring a GSA Section meeting to your location!
GSA Headquarters now offers significant assistance with the logistical responsibilities for Section meetings, so chairs are able to spend more time developing the scientific program.
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Managing Drought and Water Scarcity in
Creating a Roadmap
for Change in the United States
18-20 September 2006, Longmont, Colorado
Active participation of meeting attendees is sought in preparing recommendations for the Roadmap for Change.
Registration and Abstract Submission are now open.
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Backbone of the Americas — Patagonia to Alaska
Thanks to the dedicated efforts of meeting co-chairs Suzanne Mahlburg Kay and Victor Ramos
and dozens of volunteers, Backbone of the Americas
was a resounding success!
[ read all about it ]
Especially for Students
Watch Your Mailboxes …
The Research Grant Committee met at GSA headquarters on 25 March and awarded $516,480 to 263 students (out of 555 total applicants). Award letters and checks will be mailed out by the end of April.
Communicating the Value of Geoscience
GSA IN THE NEWS
Research by Roy Dokka published in Geology (April 2006), examining why New Orleans is sinking, appeared in ScienceNOW, Christian Science Monitor, Science, Washington Post, and MSNBC.com.
[ GEOLOGY abstract | ScienceNOW article ]
Note: ScienceNOW article free until 25 April.
PRESS RELEASES ISSUED BY GSA
PRESS RELEASES RECEIVED BY GSA
Scientists have recreated the action of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake in a detailed depiction of the temblor's severity. The digital video was recently unveiled on the USGS Web site. The site also shows how the Loma Prieta quake of 1989 ruptured the ground when it struck with a much smaller magnitude of 7.1.
The El Niño Theme Page from the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) explains the El Niño and La Niña climate phenomena in basic terms and also offers researchers access to various data sets from NOAA and other sources.
AWRA 2006 - Community, Conversation, Connections
6-9 November 2006, Baltimore, Maryland
American Water Resources Association (GSA Allied Society) annual water resources conference. Abstracts deadline 15 May.
Frontiers of Soil Science: Technology and the Information Age
9-15 July 2006, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
World Congress of Soil Science (WCSS) conference will examine multi-disciplinary soil science advances. Early registration ends 1 May.