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Word clouds for two upcoming conference presentations

September 15, 2009

As I mentioned last week (as have others as well) it is abstract-writing and presentation-preparation season. Thankfully, the deadline for abstracts for the April 2010 AAPG conference in New Orleans has been extended a couple of weeks.

I’m presenting a talk at the GSA meeting in Portland next month about some work I did for my Ph.D. looking at the tectonic influence of sedimentation in the Magallanes Basin in southern Chile. A paper for this work is now in press for Basin Research and should be out early 2010.┬áThis talk is in in this session on Tuesday afternoon. Here is the word cloud for that abstract:


I was also invited to present at the AGU meeting in December (which is in San Francisco as always). This is going to be a very cool session focused on discussing how external (allogenic) factors and internal factors (autogenic) interact to produce the sedimentary record. Some work I did looking at a Holocene deep-marine record compared with paleoclimate records is out in GSA Bulletin this month (I hope to finish a blog post about it very soon). The program is not finalized yet, so check back for details of when the session is. Here is the word cloud for that abstract:


I’m looking forward to sharing this work with others and checking out what others are doing!

2 Comments leave one →
  1. julien permalink
    September 17, 2009 6:28 am

    woh woh woh… I missed the AAPG deadline… Do you now how long it is extended… ???
    I would be very interested to join the AGU session on external forcings… but I missed the deadline too, for sure ?


  2. September 17, 2009 6:32 am

    Julien … the AAPG deadline is now Sept 30th. The AGU deadline was two weeks ago :(

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