See who's blogging
See who's Tweeting
Minneapolis Hot Spots

AM Fusion


You'll find several ways to get involved in the meeting and network with your peers—before, during, and after your trip—through a variety of Web 2.0/social media innovations. Adding social media to your meeting experience gives you a greater sense of its broader impacts and can also bring the meeting before a wider audience by including geoscientists around the world who aren't able to attend.

GSA is @geosociety on Twitter

twitterGSA has a community of more than 2,100 followers on Twitter—a global audience that includes geoscientists, academics, students, institutions, agencies, and geoscience companies. Get regular meeting updates by following @geosociety (and GSA's followers!) on Twitter.

What is Twitter?
Twitter, originally developed as a short messaging service, much like cell-phone texting, is now considered an essential "microblogging" tool. It helps get your 140-character reports (and links) out to people who want this information—people who have elected to "follow" your tweets or search your subject hashtag.
What are Hashtags?
Hashtags are words or phrases (without spaces) preceded by the # symbol, which allows them to become searchable, much like keywords or metadata. Typical hashtags used by GSA include #geoscience and #citizenscience. This year's meeting hashtag is #GSAMinn.

Join Our Twitter Roll

Tweeting from the meeting? If so, add your Twitter ID to our Twitter Roll. Tweet with the #GSAMinn hashtag to create a rolling Twitter narrative and stretch the meeting's virtual boundaries.

blogAre you planning to blog about the meeting?

Please add your blog to our blog roll. Your posts will be monitored by GSA newsroom staff and added to our annual meeting news coverage Web page.

Have a favorite hot spot or point of geological interest in the Minneapolis area?

Share the joy with your fellow AM attendees.
Post it to the AM Favorites roll.

wifi Free wifi is available in common areas as well as hot spots in the Exhibit Hall and Poster Hall (not in technical session rooms).
GSA Mobile Meeting
wifi Got a smartphone?
Put the Annual Meeting in your pocket!

Scan the QR code in the sidebar to download and install the app.
A Web version is also available for your computer [ more info ]
Bulletin BoardGSA's Meeting Bulletin Board

Here you'll have a chance to contact other meeting attendees and talk about whatever you want, whenever you want. Meet new people, coordinate your schedules, plan activities, or start a science discussion forum. You can even save money by sharing travel and lodging expenses. Information entered to this bulletin board is secure and only accessible by login. Get started now.


GSA has two Facebook pages—a group page created by GSA members and friends for GSA members and friends, and a fan page, created and updated by GSA. The group has over 1,700 members, and the "official GSA page" has almost 6,500 fans. You can post comments, information about your interests at the meeting, and questions for other group members on the group page. Look for meeting updates and meeting-related blog posts on the fan page.

  • Fan page
    We've made a 2011 AM Event page where you can talk about the meeting, promote your session or talk, upload photos, etc. Let your facebook friends know if you're attending the Annual Meeting!
  • Group page

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