Paleonet: GSA South-Central Meeting Symposia

Dee Ann Cooper deeanncooper at yahoo.com
Sat Sep 17 16:17:51 GMT 2011


Big Bend National Park and Vicinity: A Decade of Research. Don 
Corrick, Big Bend National Park; Dee Ann and Roger Cooper, Lamar 
University and the Texas Natural Science Center, The University of Texas
 at Austin.Big Bend National Park is well known for its spectacular geologic 
diversity, with rocks spanning in age from the Ordovician to the 
Quaternary and structures representing three major orogenies 
(Ouachita-Marathon, Laramide, and Basin and Range). This 
multidisciplinary session is intended to bring together researchers who 
have been working in and around Big Bend National Park, and to highlight
 new geologic information learned and mapping completed since the last 
meeting in Alpine in 2002. Both oral and poster sessions are planned.

Dee Ann Cooper, BS, MS, PG

Research Fellow, Non-vertebrate Paleontology Laboratory,

    Texas Natural Science Center, University of Texas-Austin

State of Texas Licensed Professional Geologist No. 3328

Cell: (409 651-7619

Address: 17890 Nonie Lane, Lumberton, TX  77657

Alternative email:  deeanncooper at mail.utexas.edu
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