Sessions and Activities at GSA 2012
The 2012 Geological Society of America (GSA) annual meeting, in Charlotte, North Carolina, is a busy one for me. I’m chairing three sessions and giving a talk.
On Tuesday afternoon I’m giving a talk titled “Influence of Sediment Routing Morphology and Grain-Size Partitioning on Deep-Marine Stratigraphic Records: Insights from Quaternary Systems of Southern California” in the session Preservation of Environmental Signals in Deep-Water Depositional Systems (Session T165). My talk is the first one in the session after the introductory remarks (session starts at 1:30pm in room 203A), so make sure to come by after lunch.
Sessions I’m chairing:
- T181 — Integrated Detrital Records of Orogenic Systems I: Sunday, November 4th (8:00am-12:00pm), Charlotte Convention Center 208A
- T181 — Integrated Detrital Records of Orogenic Systems II: Sunday, November 4th (1:30pm-5:30pm), Charlotte Convention Center 208A
- T169A — Cyclicity and Hierarchy in the Clastic Stratigraphic Record: Wednesday, November 7th (1:30pm-5:30pm), Charlotte Convention Center 203A
In addition to these technical session activities, I’m attending the council meeting for Society of Sedimentary Geology (SEPM) on Saturday to discuss ideas for improving their web presence. I’d love to hear ideas from members and non-members alike, so please comment below.
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