Paleonet: Proposed Session for GSA 2010

Dee Ann Cooper deeanncooper at yahoo.com
Tue Jan 12 18:04:40 GMT 2010


Title:
The Western Interior Seaway Revisited
Session Type:
Poster
Scientific Categories:
Paleoclimatology/Paleoceanography, Paleontology, Biogeography/Biostratigraphy, Structural Geology
Sponsor(s):
Paleontological Society GSA Sedimentary Geology Division
Rationale:
Many aspects of the Western Interior Seaway are always under continuous study by a diverse group of professionals. This session is proposed as a continuation and expansion of the exchange of information such professionals in this work that began with a GSA 2008 Houston topical session.
Sponsor Acknowledgement:
N/A
Tentative List of Speakers:
Jan Smit, Peter Harries, Peg Yacobucci
Description:
This session is intended as a continuation of "The Western Interior Seaway" session held at GSA 2008. Ideally, previous presenters will be joined by others also working in any aspect of this important topic.
Memo or Comment for Technical Program Chair:
I think the title should allude to the previous session and "revisited" might not be the best option. I was also was behind on deadlines and will be contacting the Paleontological Society, guest speakers and the GSA Sedimentary Geology Division today.
Presentations:
0 abstracts submitted.
Convener/Advocate
Dee A. Cooper
Research Fellow, Non-vertebrate Paleontology Lab., Texas Natural Science Center, University of Texas - Austin
17890 Nonie Lane
Lumberton, TX 77657
Office Phone: 409-651-7619
Email: deeanncooper at yahoo.com
Convener/Advocate
Roger W. Cooper
Earth and Space Sciences, Lamar University
P.O. Box 10031
Beaumont, TX 77710
Office Phone: 409-755-7244
Email: rwcooper at my.lamar.edu 
Dee Ann Cooper, BS, MS, PG
Phone: (409) 755-7244
Cell: (409 651-7619
Address: 17890 Nonie Lane, Lumberton, TX  77657
State of Texas Licensed Professional Geologist No. 3328
Research Fellow, Non-vertebrate Paleontology Lab., Texas Natural Science Center, University of Texas-Austin


--- On Wed, 1/6/10, Thomas Olszewski <olszewski at geo.tamu.edu> wrote:

> From: Thomas Olszewski <olszewski at geo.tamu.edu>
> Subject: Paleonet: Call for GSA Topical Sessions and Pardee Symposia
> To: "PaleoNet" <paleonet at nhm.ac.uk>
> Date: Wednesday, January 6, 2010, 1:58 PM
> Hi all,
> 
> This is just a reminder that proposals for Topical Sessions
> and Pardee Symposia at the 2010 Geological Society of
> America Meeting in Denver, Colorado are due on January 12
> (Tuesday next week).
> 
> One of the functions of the Paleontological Society is to
> promote and sponsor paleo-related sessions.  If you
> have an interesting and timely idea for a theme session, we
> encourage you to submit a proposal to GSA (http://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2010AM/sessionproposals.epl). 
> Don't miss this opportunity to make GSA as relevant and
> interesting as possible to the paleo community as well as a
> broad geoscience audience.
> 
> If you think that your idea is appropriate for Paleo
> Society sponsorship, please let me know.  For those
> sessions that are accepted, the Society has some funds
> available to help bring speakers who would not normally
> attend GSA.
> 
> Tom Olszewski
> Paleontological Society Program Coordinator
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> Department of Geology and Geophysics and
> Interdisciplinary Research Program in
> Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
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