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Killer waves on the airwaves: New media, traditional media, and student conceptualization of tsunamis
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22 - Preliminary Announcement and Call for Papers: 2012 GSA North-Central Section Meeting
26 - GSA Foundation Update
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36 - Groundwork: Killer waves on the airwaves: New media, traditional media, and student conceptualization of tsunamis
38 - Call for Applications: 2012–2013 GSA-USGS Congressional Science Fellowship
ERRATUM: A reference to GSA Special Paper 308 (SPE308) in the Sept. 2011 GSA Today science article by S. Stein et al. (v. 21, no. 9, p. 5) lists W.R. Van Schmus, M.E. Bickford, and A. Turek as volume editors. This is incorrect. The volume editors for SPE308 are Ben A. van der Pluijm and Paul A. Catacosinos. GSA Today regrets this error.