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2022 NE GSA Meeting

ES-SEPM continues to sponsor receptions with keynote speakers and technical sessions at regional GSA Meetings.

NE GSA Meeting, 20-22 March 2022, in Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Our ES-SEPM event is on Sunday, March 20, 6-8 p.m. ET, at Lancaster Marriott at Penn Square in Commonwealth Salon 3. This is a non-ticketed event and the reception will immediately precede the keynote address.

The keynote speaker is SEPM President-Elect Liz Hajek (Associate Professor, Department of Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University). The title and short description of her lecture are:

"Sharing and mining sedimentary geology field data: new technology and new opportunities"

Sedimentary geology observations from outcrops and cores are detailed and varied, but can be difficult to store, share, and query electronically. New approaches to data collection, including the Strabo Spot field-data collection app, and uncrewed aerial vehicle (UAV)-acquired digital outcrop models, have opened new possibilities for data collection and data sharing in sedimentary geology, stratigraphy, and paleontology. As a field, leveraging these new opportunities to employ collaborative, data-science approaches can help us answer new questions about Earth history and subsurface prediction. This presentation will review some community-based efforts to build shared, open-access datasets and invite discussion about how we can collectively grow our engagement with digital field data in sedimentary geology.

Everyone is welcome. Refreshments will be served.

Membership for Life

Get Membership for Life!
Are you tired of constant reminders about paying your $8 ES-SEPM dues each year? 
For a contribution of $100 or more you can now become a life-long member of ES-SEPM!!!
For more information, please download the Membership Form or see the one included in the Newsletter.

 

Life-Long Members
Life-Long Members:   Honorary Life-Long Members:
Gail Ashley  Gerard V. Middleton
Katharine Lee Avary John B. Southard
Ilya Buynevich H. Allen Curran
Nicholas K. Coch  
Cynthia Coron  
Roger J. Cuffey  
Wendy Curtis  
James C. Dawson  
John A. Diemer  
Carol B. deWet  
Stan Dunagan  
Robert M. Finks  
Duncan M. FitzGerald   
Amy Frappier  
Deborah Freile  
Elizabeth Gierlowski-Kordesch  
Robert N. Ginsburg  
Bosiljka Glumac In Memory:
Donald H. Goldstein Gerald M. Friedman
Paula Gural  
Susan D. Halsey  
Donald M. Hoskins  
John C. Kraft  
Heather Macdonald  
Neal R. O'Brien  
Suzanne O'Connell  
F. Daniel Russell Jr.  
Randolph P. Steinen  
Paul A. Washington  
Charles W. Welby  
Brian White  
Sherwood W. Wise, Jr.  

 

Old Section Field Guides

Old Section Field Guides — Free for Active Members!

The following field guides are available at no charge to active ES-SEPM members on a first come-first served basis. Please e-mail the Section Secretary/Treasurer Bosiljka Glumac (bglumac@smith.edu) a list of guides you would like to receive. If your membership is not up to date, please send in your dues before or with your request for the guides. Any contributions for shipping are welcome. Thank you.

  • “Sedimentology, stratigraphy, and ichnology of the Lower Silurian Medina Formation in New Your and Ontario” by William L. Duke, William C. Brusse, Peter J. Fawcett, Gerard V. Middleton, Margaret A. Rutka, Carlos J. Salas, and S. George Pemberton, 1987.
  • “The Taconian clastic sequence in northern Virginia and West Virginia” by Richard J. Diecchio, 1985.
Announcements

Announcements

ES-SEPM continues to sponsor technical sessions at both NE and SE GSA Meetings.

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