2019 Presidential Address: The
Future for Geoscience in the Context of Emerging Climate Disruption
Donald I. Siegel
Decoupling Process from Form in Landscape
GSAT Science Articles Ahead of Print
GSAT Groundwork Articles Ahead of Print
GSA Presidential Address: A Call to Action
Molly E. Hunt
GSA Science Communication Intern, Undergraduate Student Ohio State University
Notable GSA Papers from 2019
Go Texas—Recent Geological Advances of the Gulf and South-Central Region
GSA News Release 20-05, 2/27/2020
Oral Traditions and Volcanic Eruptions in Australia
GSA News Release 20-04, 2/10/2020
Deformation of Zealandia, Earth’s Hidden Continent, Linked to Forging of the Ring of Fire
GSA News Release 20-03, 2/6/2020
How Nodules Stay on Top at the Bottom of the Sea
GSA News Release 20-02, 1/13/2020
REE Mineral-Bearing Rocks Found in Eastern Mojave Desert
GSA News Release 20-01, 1/2/2020
Geology science by Erin L. Matchan and colleagues, "Early human occupation of southeastern Australia: New insights from 40Ar/39Ar dating of young volcanoes," was covered by Forbes, Science, and Ancient Origins.
Geology science by Rupert Sutherland and colleagues, "Continental-scale geographic change across Zealandia during Paleogene subduction initiation," was covered by Fox News and the New Zealand Herald.
Geology science by Bettina Schaefer and colleagues, "Microbial life in the nascent Chicxulub crater," was covered by The New York Times.
GSA Today science by Paul Bierman and colleagues, "¡Cuba! River Water Chemistry Reveals Rapid Chemical Weathering, the Echo of Uplift, and the Promise of More Sustainable Agriculture," was covered by WCAX TV, Nature, and A Green Living Blog, and was also picked up by Reddit with more than 30,000 shares.