Technical Program
Schedule

Technical Program

The abstracts deadline has now passed. If you have a question about your abstract, please contact Sarah Crump at +1-303-357-1018 or .

Theme Sessions

T1. 21st Century Geoscience Education for K–16 Students: Novel Approaches and Current Research.
Amy Ellwein, Western State Colorado University, aellweinatwestern.edu; Matt Nyman, Oregon State University, matt.nymanatoregonstate.edu.
T2. Advances in Chronology, Correlation, and Stratigraphy of the San Luis Valley and the Rio Grande Rift Zone.
Andrew Valdez, Great Sand Dunes National Park, andrew_valdezatnps.gov; Cal Ruleman, USGS, crulemanatusgs.gov; Shannon Mahan, USGS, smahanatusgs.gov.
T3. Quaternary Glaciations, Paleoclimates and Landscape Evolution of the Greater Rocky Mountains.
Keith Brugger, University of Minnesota–Morris, bruggekaatmorris.umn.edu; Dave Marchetti, Western State Colorado University, dmarchettiatwestern.edu.
T4. Basement Structure in the Colorado Rockies: Assembly and Reactivation.
Colin Shaw, Montana State University, cashawatmontana.edu; Joseph Allen, Concord University, allenjatconcord.edu.
T5. Ancestral Rockies to the Laramide: Developing Structural Styles of the Southern Rockies.
Dave Lageson, Montana State University, lagesonatmontana.edu; Tim Wawrzyniec, Western State Colorado University, twawrzyniecatwestern.edu.
T6. The Late Paleozoic Structural, Stratigraphic, and Climatic Evolution of Ancestral Rocky Mountain Basins.
Gary Gianinny, Fort Lewis College, gianniny_gatfortlewis.edu; Tim Lawton, New Mexico State University, tlawtonatnmsu.edu.
T7. Tectonic Evolution of the Rio Grande Rift, Southern Rocky Mountains.
Rachel Landman, University of Colorado Boulder, rachel.landmanatcolorado.edu; Daniel Feucht, University of Colorado Boulder, dwfeuchtatgmail.com.
T8. Cenozoic Evolution of the Rocky Mountains: Toward an Improved Understanding of Mantle-Surface Processes Interactions.
Andres Aslan, Colorado Mesa University, aaslanatcoloradomesa.edu; Magdalena Sandoval-Donahue, University of New Mexico, magdalena.donahueatgmail.com.
T9. Reconstructing the Paleogene Topography of the Rocky Mountains.
Emmett Evanoff, University of Northern Colorado, emmett.evanoffatunco.edu.
T10. Cenozoic Magmatism of the San Juan Mountains: Plutons to Volcanoes.
Dave Gonzales, Fort Lewis College, gonzales_datfortlewis.edu; Allen Stork, Western State Colorado University, astorkatwestern.edu.
T11. REEs and Related Deposits in the Rocky Mountain-High Plains Region and Beyond.
Kevin Mahan, University of Colorado Boulder, mahankatcolorado.edu; Julien Allaz, University of Colorado Boulder, julien.allazatcolorado.edu; Chuck Stern, University of Colorado Boulder, charles.sternatcolorado.edu; Lang Farmer, University of Colorado Boulder, lang.farmeratcolorado.edu; Rebecca Flowers, University of Colorado Boulder, rebecca.floweratcolorado.edu.
T13. Dust and Soil Geomorphological Research of the Intermountain West and Colorado Plateau: Applications and Approaches.
Les McFadden, University of New Mexico, lmcfadnmatunm.edu; Amy Ellwein, Western State Colorado University, aellweinatwestern.edu.
T14. Climate Change, Water Resources, and Hydrologic Partitioning throughout the Upper Colorado River Basin.
Chris Shope, USGS, shopeatusgs.gov.
T15. Mapping in the Rocky Mountains: Results from STATEMAP and EDMAP Project (Posters).
Dave Noe, Colorado Geological Survey, dave.noeatstate.co.us; Michael Timmons, New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, mtimmonsatnmbg.nmt.edu; Grant Willis, Utah Geological Survey, grantwillisatutah.gov.
T16. Undergraduate Research in the Rocky Mountains (Posters).
Kim Hannula, Fort Lewis College, hannula_katfortlewis.edu; Steve Semkin, Arizona State University, semkenatasu.edu.

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