56th Annual Meeting of GSA’s Northeastern Section: Lithosphere, Hydrosphere, Anthroposphere
Boulder, Colo., USA: The Geological Society of America’s Northeastern Section will meet online on 14-15 March. The meeting’s theme is “Lithosphere, Hydrosphere, Anthroposphere,” which reflects interrelated components of planet Earth. In particular, over the past several decades, we have become more aware of the impact of humans on the planet. Organizers intend for this meeting to be a venue to communicate not only our recent advances in understanding our planet but also the role of humans in transforming it.
The featured symposia are “Stories in Stone: The Legacy of Jelle Zeilinga de Boer,” and “Magma Ascent to Magma Mingling, Volatility, and Volcanism: A Session in Honor of Sheila J. Seaman.” Technical sessions cover a range of topics, including urban hydrology, technology-driven active learning, environmental quality and infrastructure, and private wells.
Learn more about the meeting at http://www.
Interested media are invited to receive complimentary registration. Contact William Cox at [email protected] to access the meeting.
The Geological Society of America, founded in 1888, is a scientific society with more than 20,000 members around the world from academia, government, and industry. Through its meetings, publications, and programs, GSA enhances the professional growth of its members and promotes the geosciences in the service of humankind. Headquartered in Boulder, Colorado, GSA encourages cooperative research among earth, life, planetary, and social scientists, fosters public dialogue on geoscience issues, and supports all levels of earth science education.
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