REGISTRATION
FEES
EARLY STANDARD
Full 1 Day Full 1 Day
Professional Member $190 $110 $220 $120
Professional Nonmember $210 $130 $240 $140
Student Member $75 $55 $80 $60
Student Nonmember $85 $65 $105 $85
K12 Teacher $40 $30 $45 $35
Guest $55 NA $65 NA
Short Course/Field Trip only $45 NA $55 NA
(all fees are in U.S. dollars)
Caribe Hilton

REGISTRATION

Early registration deadline:
19 February 2013

Cancellation deadline:
25 February 2013

REGISTER ONLINE.
It's fast, easy, and secure.
For best pricing and availability, register before the early registration deadline. If you prefer, you may download and mail or fax the paper form.


CONGRATULATIONS!

Sarah L. Timm and John M. Stewart are the winners of a free 2013 registration to this meeting.


ACCOMMODATIONS

Hotel reservation deadline:
1 March 2013

A block of rooms has been reserved for meeting attendees at the Caribe Hilton, 1 San Geronimo St., San Juan, PR, USA, +1-787-721-0303.

Room rate: US$189 per night, plus tax. Please use group code “GSAA13” when making your hotel reservations.


Travel

There is no getting around it — financing a trip to Puerto Rico is going to be challenging for many, especially students. Start planning now for what may be a once-in-a-lifetime chance to meet in Puerto Rico.

Puerto Rico is large enough to have varied geology, but small enough (100 × 35-mile) to make field excursions relatively easy. Features include a world-class karst province, a central mountain range with igneous and metamorphic terrane, serpentinites, economic mineral deposits, a classic rudist outcrop, the only tropical rain forest in the U.S. National Forest system, limestone cliffs, and active tectonics. Also in store: geoarchaeology, natural hazards, anthropogenic impacts, water resource issues, and much more.

The meeting will be held on a Wednesday and Thursday in hopes that many will be interested in coming for the week and attending a pre- or post-meeting field trip or workshop or to take some time to explore the island.

Passports:

Puerto Rico is a Commonwealth of the United States; its people are U.S. citizens. No passport is required to visit if you are a U.S. citizen. However, if you plan to visit other Caribbean islands you will need one.

Invitation Letters:

If you need an invitation letter for the meeting, please contact Lizzette Rodriguez (General Co-Chair) at .

 

SAVE $$ Share a room / share a ride

Use the GSA Meetings Bulletin Board to connect with your colleagues for roommates, rides, arranging get-togethers — whatever! The service is free, but you must register to use it (this helps us keep out the spam).

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