New this year, a combined Awards Reception and Seds and Suds on Tuesday evening. We will feature a special activity called “BYE” (Bring Your Example), where you are invited to bring a small, single puzzling, engaging sedimentary-related or geo-art picture (e.g., max 18x18” or min 8 x 10” size) for us to informally walk around, look at, discuss, and hypothesize about. BYE should have twitter-style captions -nothing extensive. This is a great opportunity to get feedback on a baffling problem or something you want input on. We hope to foster fun student-professional input through this BYE activity, so don’t miss it!
Let’s talk about this “BYE” – What is this?? Is it a weird silica cementation pattern?
Read: Spring 2015 Newsletter inside SEPM Sedimentary Record
Attend: 2015 GSA Annual Meeting, November 1-4, Baltimore, Maryland, USA (see meeting website) - Abstracts due August 11th
2015 Laurence L. Sloss Award recipient Dr. Jody Bourgeois of University of Washington
2015 SGD Student Research Award recipient John Chesley, graduate student at the University of South Carolina,
2015 Stephen E. Laubach Structural Diagenesis Award