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The Cordilleran Section is the oldest of GSA's sections. It was formally approved on 26 August 1901, when the Society itself was only 13 years old. The first organizational meeting of the Section, held in Berkeley in 1899, included the presentation of 11 scientific papers. Please explore the links at right to learn about the benefits we offer our Section members. Download the October issue of Plates, the Cordilleran Section Newsletter.
2015 Cordilleran Section Meeting
11–13 May 2015
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The states of Alaska, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, and that part of Arizona south of 35 degrees North Latitude.
The Province of British Columbia, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories, and the Nunavut Territory.
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