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GSA meeting, Day 4

Today was a short day for me, as we had to check out of the hotel and then head back a bit early; Brett has to go almost straight away to another conference to present on virtual field trips. I still … Continue reading

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GSA 2012 meeting, Day 3

During day 3 of the GSA meeting I attended several talks, including part of a session on the geologic maps of Vesta being produced as a result of NASA’s Dawn spacecraft mission. Vesta’s surface has been divided into 15 quadrangles … Continue reading

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GSA 2012 meeting, Day 2

With my poster behind me, I was able to spend a good part of day 2 at the GSA meeting looking at other people’s work. I spent more than half the day in the poster session, looking at some of … Continue reading

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GSA 2012 meeting, Day 1

On Friday Brett and I drove to Charlotte, NC for the 2012 meeting of the Geological Society of America. Brett spent Saturday in a workshop while I caught up on museum paperwork and prepared a public lecture on Carmel Church. … Continue reading

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Southeastern GSA-Day 2

Today was the final day of the GSA Southeastern Section meeting. It was a full day for paleontology, with talks scheduled in both the morning and afternoon sessions.

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Southeastern GSA-Day 1

Today marked the first full day of the Southeastern GSA meeting.I was in the first poster session, presenting the research that I’ve been doing with Nancy Moncrief on prophyria in eastern fox squirrels.

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Southeastern GSA-Welcome reception

This evening was the welcome reception for the annual meeting of the Southeastern Section of the Geological Society of America (SE-GSA), which is being held this year in Asheville, North Carolina. The reception included 50 posters of undergraduate research projects.

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