Field Trip Chair
Frank J. Pazzaglia
Dept. of Earth and Environmental Sciences
31 Williams Drive
Bethlehem, PA 18015
fjp3 [at] lehigh.edu
Holtwood Gorge, Susquehanna River, Pennsylvania. Photo courtesy of Frank Pazzaglia.
History, geology, and society converge to make the field trips for the 2006 Geological Society of America meeting in Philadelphia a unique and memorable experience for participants.
Students, spouses, and interested guests are cordially encouraged to attend these GSA field trips. The trips this year offer a wide range of technical content and physical rigor. Interested participants are encouraged to read the trip summaries carefully and contact trip leaders for specifics, and should also be prepared for a variety of weather conditions. Trips are one to three days in duration and are led by active field researchers.
If you register for only a field trip, you must pay a nonregistrant fee of US$40 in addition to the field trip fee. This fee may be applied toward meeting registration if you decide to attend the meeting.
Trip fees include transportation during the trip and a guidebook. Other services, such as meals and lodging, are noted by the following symbols: B—breakfast, L—lunch, R—refreshments, D—dinner, ON—overnight lodging.
All trips begin and end at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia unless otherwise indicated. Upon return, some post-meeting trips can stop at the Philadelphia International Airport to discharge participants who have evening flights or would prefer to spend the night in a hotel closer to the airport. Trip itinerary details will be provided upon registration and can also be obtained directly from the field trip leaders; however, participants are cautioned against scheduling any tight travel connections with field trip return times, as those times are estimates and delays in the field may occur. For a list of hotels near the airport, contact Mollie VanOtterloo, +1-303-357-1060.