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Volume 19, Issue 9
(September 2009)

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Science Article:

The Portland Basin: A (big) river runs through it

Russell C. Evarts, Jim E. O’Connor, Ray E. Wells, Ian P. Madin

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Groundwork:

Late Holocene relative land- and sea-level changes: Providing information for stakeholders

Ian Shennan, Glenn Milne, Sarah Bradley

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Also in this issue…

See PDF Full-issue PDF (5.6MB) for following articles.

2009 GSA Annual Meeting & Exposition
From Volcanoes to Vineyards: Living with Dynamic Landscapes

12 - Pardee Keynote Symposia

14 - Gold Medal Lectures and Presidential Address & Awards Ceremony

15 - Registration

16 - Hotel Map: Portland, Oregon, USA

16 - Personal Scheduler

17 - Housing Information and Travel & Transportation

18 - Portland City Center and Fareless Square Light Rail Map

19 - MAX Light Rail

20 - Annual Meeting Events, Lectures & Extras!

25 - Darwin Day

26 - Mentor Program

28 - Presenter Information and Poster Printing Service

29 - Educator Events

30 - Guest Program

31 - GSA Foundation Silent Auction

32 - Exhibitors

33 - Thanks to Our Sponsors

34 - Graduate School Information Forum

35 - Session Cosponsor Organizations

36 - Position Statement Revision Draft: Climate Change

38 - Call for Applications: 2010–2011 GSA-USGS Congressional Science Fellowship

40 - GSA Today Notices

42 - GSA Foundation Update

44 - Call for Papers: 2010 GSA Section Meetings

44 - Call for Proposals: 2010 GSA Annual Meeting

46 - Classified Advertising

49 - Journal Highlights

52 - Groundwork: Late Holocene relative land- and sea-level changes: Providing information for stakeholders

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