Joint GSA Section Meeting
Rocky Mountain (63rd)
18–20 May 2011
Logan is situated at a nexus of western geology, with the Rocky Mountains to the east, the Basin and Range to the west, and the Snake River Plain to the north. Geologic formations near Logan range in age from paleo-Proterozoic to Quaternary and in character from crystalline to karst.
Tues., 17 May, 5–8 p.m., Riverwoods Conference Center.
You'll receive one free drink ticket with registration;
we'll provide a cash bar and complimentary hors d'oeuvres.
Wed., 18 May, 7–9:30 p.m., Riverwoods Conference Center
You're invited to participate in this informal evening session—no abstract needed!
Bring your in-progress geologic map and post it for comments and discussion.
Maps should fit on poster boards (8 ft × 4 ft). Cash bar provided.
Thursday, 19 May, 8–9 p.m. Eccles Science Learning Center 130 on USU Campus
Giant Earthquakes in the Pacific Northwest
Dr. Tim Melbourne, Professor, Department of Geological Sciences and Director of the Pacific Northwest Geodetic Array (PANGA), Central Washington University. Open to the public.
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