Call for Papers
Abstract deadline: 14 January
Abstract Submission Guidelines
Fees: US$10/students and $15/all others (required for each abstract submitted).
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- Rivers, Past and Present: Sediments, Stratigraphy, and Geomorphology.
Chris Fielding, University of Nebraska–Lincoln; Jim Best, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.
- Cenozoic Stratigraphy of the Great Plains.
Greg Ludvigson, University of Kansas; Jon Smith, University of Kansas; Robert M. Joeckel, University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
- Vertebrate Paleontology from the Appalachians to the Rockies.
Shane Tucker, University of Nebraska–Lincoln; George Corner, University of Nebraska–Lincoln; Robert M. Joeckel, University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
- Structure, Tectonics, and Geologic Evolution of the North American Interior.
Caroline M. Burberry, University of Nebraska–Lincoln; Robert M. Joeckel, University of Nebraska–Lincoln; Jesse T. Korus, University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
- Carbonatites and Other Alkalic Rocks.
Richard M. Kettler, University of Nebraska–Lincoln; Philip Verplanck, USGS; Benjamin Drenth, USGS.
- New Insights into the White River Chronofauna.
Clint Boyd, South Dakota School of Mines.
- Quaternary Time Machine: Methods and Analyses of Soils and Sediments to Reveal Secrets of Past Environments.
Maija Sipola, University of Iowa; M. Kathryn Rocheford, University of Iowa.
- Advances in Invertebrate Paleoecology, Taphonomy, and Ichnology: Insights from the North American Midcontinent and Beyond.
James R. Thomka, University of Cincinnati; Rebecca L. Freeman, University of Kentucky.
- Quaternary Evolution of the Central Lowlands and Great Plains.
Charles W. Rovey III, Missouri State University; J. Elmo Rawling III, University of Wisconsin–Platteville.
- Applications of Optically Stimulated Luminescence Dating in Quaternary Studies.
Joel Q. Spencer, Kansas State University; Paul R. Hanson, University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
- The Midcontinent Rift System and Beyond: New Developments in Central North American Precambrian Geology.
Benjamin J. Drenth, USGS; G. Randy Keller, University of Oklahoma; Joshua M. Feinburg, University of Minnesota.
- Applied Geology: Environmental, Engineering, Hydrogeology, Geotechnical, and Exploration Geophysics.
Terry West, Purdue University.
- Cultural Geology: Capitol Buildings, Heritage Stone, Parks, and More.
Joe Hannibal, Cleveland Museum of Natural History; Nelson R. Shaffer, Indiana Geological Survey.
- Undergraduate Research (Posters).
Cosponsored by the Council on Undergraduate Research Geoscience Division.
Robert Shuster, University of Nebraska–Omaha.
- Pennsylvanian Cyclothems and Stratigraphy of the Midcontinent and Illinois Basins.
John P. Pope, Northwest Missouri State University.
- Geoscience Education for K–16: Novel Approaches and Current Research.
Katie Lewandowski, Eastern Illinois University; Mindi Searls, University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
- Frontiers in Geomicrobiology and Biogeochemistry.
Karrie A. Weber, University of Nebraska-Lincoln .