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Jane Selverstone

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The 2004 Annual Meeting in Denver is shaping up to be an outstanding overview of hot research in both new and traditional areas of the earth sciences. With eight Pardee Keynote Symposia, more than 140 Topical Sessions, and a wide range of open discipline sessions, the meeting will have something for every interest in the earth sciences. These special sessions will give you some idea of the diversity of the program.

In addition, the Annual Meeting is the principal forum for presentation and discussion of the latest ideas in geoscience education, and this year will feature more than 25 sessions on education-related topics. There will also be an evening session focusing on a subject near and dear to the hearts of many geoscientists: Geology and Beer!

Downtown Denver is a vibrant location for a meeting, with plenty of good restaurants and brew pubs within walking distance of the convention center. And of course, the Rocky Mountains beckon with many field trip and recreational opportunities.

I would like to issue a challenge to every professional geoscientist reading this: to encourage at least one student or junior colleague to attend the meeting. The Annual Meeting continues to be one of the preeminent venues for presenting and hearing about new directions in our science, and for interacting with a wide spectrum of geoscientists and educators. As you make your own plans for November, urge your colleagues to do likewise.

See you in Denver!

— Jane Selverstone
2004 Technical Program Chair

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