Earth System Processes 2
8-11 August 2005, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Time is short!
Plan NOW to participate in this extraordinary scientific gathering!
Still on the fence? If you’re not sure this is the meeting for you, read a review of the first Earth Systems Processes meeting (Edinburgh, June 2001)
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Science • Learning • Colleagues
16-19 October, Salt Lake City, UT
Events are filling quickly so register early. Fast and easy online registration is now open. Discounted prices are in effect until Monday, 12 September 2005. REMEMBER: ALL SPEAKERS MUST REGISTER FOR THE MEETING.
And while you are thinking about it, why not invite your friends and colleagues to join you?
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GSA's 3rd Annual Public Forum will be hosted by the Planetary Geology Division, and is entitled, "Saturn and its Moons: A Ringside View from Cassini-Huygens" Free and open to the public; sponsored by Subaru of America, Inc.
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Employment Service Center
All levels of professional candidates
15% discount until 15 Aug.
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Virtual Student Expo
Internships and full-time,
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The U.S. National Academies offer a collection of resources related to evolution. Included are reports, position statements, and other documents that assist teachers and others in better understanding evolution. A synopsis of the evidence for evolution and a guide for helping students learn how science works are also available. [ view site ]
The Science of Spectroscopy, a NASA-sponsored project on the use of light to study matter, is a digital library which allows anyone to contribute content. Topics include everyday applications, lab instruments and techniques, and the basic theory of light, energy, and the electromagnetic spectrum. [ check it out ]
A primer on Graphite provides an exciting, fresh look at this member of the carbon family. Many striking images are available. [ learn more ]
Communicating the Value of Geoscience
GSA Position Statement on Data Preservation Under Development
Council has approved a request from the Geology and Public Policy Committee to develop a position statement on the importance of preserving geoscience collections and data sets. The panel established to research the issue and draft the statement seeks member input. Deadline for submitting comments and suggestions: 1 September 2005.
[ read more ]
GSA encourages members to visit their representatives in Congress to convey a message of support for science. In addition to Congressional Visits Day on Capitol Hill in May, we can visit Representatives and Senators in their home offices during the August recess. Visit the GSA Web site for information on how to communicate with Congress and how to participate in GSA's Congressional Visits in the Home District.
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GSA IN THE NEWS
Research by Kelsey et al. documenting the tsunami history of an Oregon coastal lake and its relationship to great earthquakes along the Cascadia subduction zone (GSA BULLETIN, July/August 2005), was reported by Science, the San Francisco Chronicle, and Knight-Ridder News Service. Print and Web articles subsequently appeared across the United States.
[ abstract | SF Chronicle article ]
Beutner and Gerbi's research on Wyoming's Heart Mountain landslide (GSA BULLETIN, May/June 2005) received coverage in New Scientist, Geotimes, and Natural History magazine.
[ abstract ]
[ Natural History article - scroll down to "Air Hockey for Giants" ]
A study by Tappert et al. on subducting ocean crust as a source of deep diamonds (GEOLOGY, July 2005) was reported on the Discovery Channel Web site and Diamonds.net.
[ abstract | Discovery Channel article ]
Press Releases Issued by GSA
Selected Press Releases received by GSA