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On To the Future – Gender Inclusivity
Jazzy Graham Davis
graduate of Portland State University, 2019 GSA On To the Future (OTF) program participant

Reflection: GSA On To the Future
Anabel Winitsky
graduate of Warren Wilson College and the University of North Carolina Asheville

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News Releases

Charred wood reveals maximum age of newly discovered Hiawatha impact crater in Greenland
GSA News Release 20-16, 5/29/2020

GSA’s North-Central Section Meeting Goes Virtual
GSA News Release 20-15, 5/4/2020

International declaration: Geoscience expertise is crucial for meeting global societal challenges
GSA News Release 20-14, 5/4/2020

Catastrophic Outburst Floods Carved Greenland’s “Grand Canyon”
GSA News Release 20-13, 4/30/2020

Glacier Detachments: A New Hazard in a Warming World?
GSA News Release 20-12, 4/28/2020

GSA in the News

Geology science by B.A. Kiesling and colleagues, "Pliocene–Pleistocene megafloods as a mechanism for Greenlandic megacanyon formation," was covered by ABC News.

Geology science by G.W. Evatt and colleagues, "The spatial flux of Earth’s meteorite falls found via Antarctic data," was covered by the BBC.