Boulder, Colo., USA: Oklahoma State University is hosting the 57th annual meeting of the Geological Society of America’s South-Central Section on 13–14 March. The meeting will have a diverse program of workshops, technical sessions, short courses, and field trips that covers a spectrum of geologic disciplines.
The list below highlights a selection of environmental-related session topics you might like:
· Tar Creek Superfund Site Field Trip (Field Trip)
- Managed Aquifer Recharge in the Arbuckle Simpson Aquifer (Field Trip)
- Geoscience Career Workshop: Career Planning and Networking
· Hydrogeologic Challenges and Roles in Earth Systems
- Hydrogeology and Water Resources: Long-Term Sustainability and Management
- Microbial Interactions with Metal, Mineral, and Nutrient Cycling
- The Future of Geoscience Education: Implementing Technology… (short course)
This list highlights a selection of petroleum-related session topics you might like:
· Geoscience Career Workshop: Career Planning and Networking
· Shale Lab and Field Projects: Sciences and Techniques on Unconventional Resources
- Remediation and Management of Produced Water for Beneficial Uses
- Core Workshop : Introduction to Carbonate and Siliciclastic Depositional Systems…
· Lessons from the Petroleum Industry: Symposium on the Past and Future
- Fundamentals of Geologic CO2 Storage (short course)
- Field Geophysics (short course)
Go to the meeting home page for conference details, including registration, hotel reservations, field trips, and sponsorships. Interested media are invited to attend: Contact Lindsey Henslee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Early registration deadline: 6 Feb. | Save $100 by registering early!
Cancelation deadline: 13 Feb.
The Geological Society of America (GSA) unites a diverse community of geoscientists in a common purpose to study the mysteries of our planet (and beyond) and share scientific findings. Members and friends around the world, from academia, government, and industry, participate in GSA meetings, publications, and programs at all career levels, to foster professional excellence. GSA values and supports inclusion through cooperative research, public dialogue on earth issues, science education, and the application of geoscience in the service of humankind.