Special Saturday Edition
Field Trip participants
Field Trip 406: Origin and Evolution of the Upper Colorado River System: Evaluating the Competing Roles of Neogene Tectonism and Drainage Integration. Photo by Sarah Owen.
1900 GSA Field Trip orange tshirt
Students wore t-shirts promoting GSA's new program for getting members connected online.
Scott Sampson slide young geo
Sampson signing his book, Dinosaur Odyssey, after his public lecture, " on Saturday.
Hall of the founders,
Colorado Convention Center.

The big winner for GSA this year was the launch of the On To the Future Program.
mentor programs and OTF
Women in Geology Mentor Program
and OTF scholars.
mentor programs and OTF
Field Assistant Ale and Field Trips were very popular this year.

RESESS (Research Experiences in Solid Earth Science for Students) alumni at the Diversity in the Geosciences Reception; photo from Facebook.
Manufacured Landscapes and Shored Up filmsTwo films were shown during the meeting:
Manufactured Landscapes
and Shored Up.
stream table is back
The stream table returns!
display booth
Dr. Alexander K. StewartTalk: Dr. Alexander K. Stewart, a retired member of the U.S. Army and Texas National Guard, working in Afghanistan. Springtails living at coal gas ventsTalk: New discovery of
Arthropods living at gas vents.
EarthScope mapsFrom Facebook: Leah Pettis, of the EarthScope National Office, explains the three main components of EarthScope at GSA. USGS boothUSGS booth; photo from Facebook.
National Science Foundation boothNational Science Foundation booth;
photo from Facebook.
Lon AbbottLon Abbott and the field trip to Dinosaur Ridge; photo from Facebook.
Outcrop by Bruno Alejandro
Outcrop in the Raton basin in Primero, Colorado. Photo posted by Bruno Alejandro A C on Facebook.
Wooster Geologists
Wooster Alumni; photo from the Wooster Geologists blog.
(Photo by Scott Dressler-Martin; courtesy Visit Denver.)
Colorado Convention Center Overhead View