GSA's Sections Have Expanded Their Boundaries.

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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.

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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 and Mineral Wells.

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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, the Baxter Woods Reserve, and extended salt- and freshwater marshes.

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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.

Early registration deadline: 2 Mar. 2009

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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 geologically and geographically diverse Okanagan Valley.

Early registration deadline: 6 April 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.

Early registration deadline: 6 April 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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