March-April GSA Today

Holes in the Bottom of the Sea: History, Revolutions, and Future Opportunities
Suzanne OConnell

The AGeS2 (Awards for Geochronology Student research 2) Program
Rebecca M. Flowers, J Ramón Arrowsmith, Vicki McConnell, James R. Metcalf, Tammy Rittenour, and Blair Schoene

GSAT Science Articles Ahead of Print

GSAT Groundwork Articles Ahead of Print

Speaking of Geoscience Blog

On the Road Again
Chuck Bailey
Professor of Geology College of William & Mary and GSA Councilor

Down to Earth with … Petroleum Geologist Robbie Gries
Sarah Derouin
GSA Science Communication Fellow

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News Releases

Folding Faults and Seismic Risk in the Kunlun Range, Northwest Tibet
GSA News Release 19-16, 4/18/2019

Small Fossils with Big Applications—The BP Gulf of Mexico Time Scale—A Step Change in Time Resolution
GSA News Release 19-15, 4/16/2019

Leveraging scientists’ perceptions for successful interactions with policy makers
GSA News Release 19-14, 4/15/2019

Post-Wildfire Step-Pool Streams
GSA News Release 19-13, 4/4/2019

Permian Volcanism Contributed to Atmospheric Greenhouse Gas Content in Antarctica
GSA News Release 19-12, 4/2/2019

GSA in the News

Geology science by Tore Grane Klausen and colleagues, "The largest delta plain in Earth's history," was covered by Eos and the New Scientist.

Geology science by Byron R. Parizek and colleagues, "Ice-cliff failure via retrogressive slumping," was covered by Yahoo! News Canada and the CBC.

Geology science by Fernando Tornos and colleagues, "Do microbes control the formation of giant copper deposits?," was covered by Eos.

Geology science by Camille Thomas and colleagues, "Recycling of archaeal biomass as a new strategy for extreme life in Dead Sea deep sediments," was covered by LiveScience.