2013 GSA Geoventures
Ecuador & Galapagos Islands
August 13-23, 2013
Join us on an adventure to discover some of the most fascinating geology and biodiversity in the world! Guided by local expert Dr. Theofilos Toulkerisdid, this 11-day program explores the serene volcanic landscape of the Galapagos Islands. Red and black lava formations and rolling highlands provide access to wildlife populations so unique they inspired Darwin's theory of evolution.
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For more information, call Lisa on 1-800-451-7111 or email her on firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Davida Buehler on 1-303-357-1015..
2014 GSA Geoventures
Explore Dynamic Iceland
Volcanoes and Glaciers on a Spreading Plate Boundary.
July 27 - August 7, 2014
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Join three experienced leaders in a life-changing tour of the wonders of Iceland. Stand on a mid-oceam ridge, experience all forms of volcanism, see amazing glacial landscapes and so much more.
Iceland's rich geological history and strange interplay of volcanism and glaciers makes it one of the 'must see' destinations for all who love geology. It is a place of many surprises, with every turn of the road exposing amazing sights - waterfalls, geysers, craters, U-shapped valleys, ash falls etc. Layers on top is a rich history of an amazing culture.
This trip circles Iceland and takes in such classic sites as Þingvellir, Eyjafjallajökull 2010 eruption impact, Vatnajokull Ice Cap and outburst floods, classic lava flows, Askjr (fresh caldera), coastal dynamics, and sites of cultural significance.
Leader - Dr. P. Jay Fleisher, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Earth Sciences Department, SUNY-
College at Oneonta, Oneonta, NY 13820; 607-286-7541; email@example.com.
Co-leader - Dr. Andrew J. Russell M.A., PhD., Professor of Physical Geography and Head of
Geography, School of Geography, Politics & Sociology, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon
Tyne, NE1 7R, UK. Andy.Russell@newcastle.ac.uk.
Co-leader - Dr. Fiona Tweed, Ph.D., Professor, Geography Faculty of Sciences, Staffordshire
University, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, ST4 2DF, UK. F.S.Tweed@staffs.ac.uk.
Cost : US$3,950 (GSA members and partners (US$3,850). Cost does not include airfares to and from Iceland. Estimated addition costs for meals, shuttles etc in Iceland around $350.
Registration is due by January 28th, 2014
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