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GSA Service! We are now seeking candidates for 2008-2009 Committees as well as for Officers & Councilors.
Nomination deadline is 15 July.
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ANNUAL MEETING & EXPOSITION
2007 Earth Sciences for Society —
"Beginning of the International Year of Planet Earth"
28-31 October, Denver, CO
Reserve space on your calendar for the GSA Annual Meeting. Register now to take advantage of discounted fees. Invite your friends and colleagues to join you too.
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Abstract Deadline: 10 July
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Interested in a room upgrade?
You will automatically be entered to win a free room upgrade by making your hotel reservation through the Denver Housing Bureau by Friday, 31 August.
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Promote your new book at GSA Bookstore Members’ Corner display in the Exhibit Hall.
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Space Request Reminder
Arrange for meeting rooms and hold events.
[ reserve by 27 June ]
Be a Student Volunteer
The meeting is more affordable than you think.
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KiddieCorp is Back!
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Pardee Keynote Symposia Highlights:
- Identifying America’s Most Vulnerable Oceanfront Communities: A Geological Perspective
Joseph T. Kelley, Rob Young, Orrin Pilkey
- Middle Eastern Water Resources in Times of Crisis
Avner Vengosh, John W. Lane
(co-sponsored by GSA Hydrogeology Division)
Mark your calendars for the 2008 Section Meetings.
Watch for preliminary announcements starting in
September GSA Today and on the Web.
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Communicating the Value of Geoscience
A SAMPLING OF GSA IN THE NEWS
Research by Ezquerra, Costeur, et al. documenting a swimming non-avian therapod dinosaur from the early Cretaceous (GEOLOGY, June 2007) received worldwide coverage. The story was reported by Reuters, Public Radio International, BBC, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and CNN. Stories also appeared on Discovery Channel, Scientific American, Science Daily, Daily Record (Glasgow), Xinhuanet (Beijing), and Times of India.
[ abstract | BBC article ]
Evidence that the Tibetan Plateau pre-dates the Himalayas presented by DeCelles et al. (GSA BULLETIN, May-June 2007) was reported by the Discovery Channel.
[ abstract | Discovery Channel article ]
Direct dating of Archean microbial ichnofossils by Banerjee et al. (GEOLOGY, June 2007) was reported by Nature and CanWest News Service. Stories subsequently appeared in outlets in Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, Edmonton, and Ottawa.
[ abstract ]
Analysis by England et al. of John Perry's critique of Kelvin's age estimate of Earth (GSA TODAY, January 2007) was reported by American Scientist.
[ GSA TODAY science article ]
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PRESS RELEASES ISSUED BY GSA
SELECTED PRESS RELEASES RECEIVED BY GSA
Discover the cosmos with Astronomy Picture of the Day. Each day a different image or photograph of the universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.
NOAA’s CarbonTracker is a system that calculates carbon dioxide uptake and release at the Earth's surface over time, estimating the carbon dioxide exchange from an 'atmospheric point of view'.