Hyatt Regency Reston
Sediments, Structures, Shores, and Storms: Keeping a Keen Eye on Eastern
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Early registration deadline: 18 February
Cancellation deadline: 24 February
For further information or if you need special accommodations, please contact
the general co-chairs, Arthur Merschat, firstname.lastname@example.org, or
The joint meeting of GSA’s Southeastern and Northeastern Sections will be held in Reston, Virginia, USA.
Reston is a
modern, planned community located in northern Virginia. The numerous historic and cultural attractions of
Washington, D.C., are just a short distance away and ready to be explored. A mix of bistros, restaurants,
shopping on an extensive pedestrian mall are just out the door of the Hyatt Regency Reston, the conference
Situated at the Fall Zone and the transition from the southern to the central and northern Appalachians,
provides a unique vantage point to examine all aspects of eastern geology. We have developed a robust and
technical program that links together the geology of the southeastern and northeastern U.S., a program that
from the crust to mantle, data to policy, mountains to coastal processes, and paleontology to energy. We
you to join us for a field trip across D.C. or the Appalachian orogen, a workshop on applied
making geologic videos, and a broad scope of technical sessions and symposia that will help us keep a
on eastern geology.
Hotel registration deadline: 26 February, 5 p.m. EST
A block of rooms has been reserved at the Hyatt Regency Reston, 1800 Presidents Street, Reston, Virginia,
located in the vibrant Reston Town Square. The meeting rate is US$159 per night plus tax. The hotel offers
amenities (restaurants, bar, pool, Wi-Fi) and a complimentary shuttle to/from Dulles International Airport.
Reservations can be made by clicking this link, or by calling +1-703-709-1234. Please be
sure to identify yourself by saying that you are attending the GSA Southeastern and Northeastern Joint
Section Meeting. Parking is
available at the
hotel and at Reston Town Parking Garage next to the hotel.
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One Continuing Education Unit or CEU credit is defined as 10 contact hours of participation in an organized
continuing education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instruction.
CEU credit is available for attending Technical Sessions, Field Trips, and Short Courses at GSA Meetings. A
contact hour is defined as a typical 60-minute classroom instructional session or its equivalent. Ten
instructional hours are required for one CEU. Example: One day of conference attendance, 8 hours of
Technical Sessions, offers .8 CEUs. After the Meeting, there will be a link here for you to generate your
We are grateful to those groups recognized below for their generous support!
Arthur Merschat, ;
Technical Program Co-Chairs:
Chuck Bailey, ;
Field Trip Co-Chairs:
Mark Carter, ;
Short Course Co-Chairs:
Daniel H. Doctor, ;
Student Volunteer Chair:
Wilma Aleman Gonzalez,
Early Registration Ends: