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There's still time to submit abstracts for the Cordilleran & Rocky Mountain meetings

Kelowna, B.C.

Kelowna, B.C.;
courtesy Tourism

7–9 May 2009 — Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
Kelowna is situated along the eastern shore of Okanagan Lake, in the Okanagan Valley, a geologically and geographically diverse area — ideal country for a geoscience meeting.

Abstracts due: 3 Feb. 2009

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Mt. Timpanogos

Mount Timpanogos;
photo by B. Kowallis.

11–13 May 2009 — Orem, Utah, USA
Orem is located on the eastern shore of Utah Lake in the foothills of Mount Timpanogos. Nearby is Uinta National Forest, and to the south are several national parks and recreation areas.

Abstracts due: 10 Feb. 2009

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Caladesi Island State Park

Caladesi Island State
Park. Courtesy Visit St. Petersburg/Clearwater.

12–13 March 2009 — St. Petersburg, Florida, USA
Explore pristine and human-influenced beaches and coastlines, sinkholes, covered karst, natural springs, and fresh- and salt-water wetlands.

Early registration deadline: 9 Feb. 2009

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Dallas, Texas.

Dallas sunset; photo by
Melissa Fenton.

16–17 March 2009 — Dallas, Texas, USA
The Dallas–Fort Worth Metroplex is a central location for examining many geologic treasures, including the Woodbine Formation, Mineral Wells, and Big Bend National Park.

Early registration deadline: 9 Feb. 2009

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Mt. Katahdin

Mount Katahdin, Maine.
Courtesy Convention
and Visitors Bureau
of Greater Portland.

22–24 March 2009 — Portland, Maine, USA
The Portland area offers a variety of natural attractions, including the Fore River Sanctuary and Jewell Falls, the Baxter Woods Reserve, Mt. Katahdin, and extended lowlands where salt- and freshwater marshes meet.

Early registration deadline: 17 Feb. 2009

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Pierce Lake, Illinois.

Pierce Lake, Illinois.
Courtesy Rockford Area
Convention and Visitors

2–3 April 2009 — Rockford, Illinois, USA
Rockford is so named because of its location at a rock outcrop popular for fording the Rock River, which runs through the city; just to the northeast of town are Rock Cut State Park and Pierce Lake.

Early registration deadline: 2 Mar. 2009

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prompt Ever considered hosting a GSA Section Meeting?

GSA Sections welcome the opportunity for a meeting in your area.

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