Saturday, October 17, 2009

GSA is alomst here.

It is very late and I have a plane to catch tomorrow, but here are some talks I am looking forward to:

EVALUATING THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECOLOGICAL SETTING OF A MESOPROTEROZOIC ICE AGE THROUGH THE ANALYSIS OF LIPID BIOMARKERS. Miller et al.; Session No. 10, OCC C124, Sunday, 11:35-11:50 AM.

RECONSTRUCTING CRETACEOUS AND PALEOGENE PALEOENVIRONMENTS AND DRAINAGE PATTERNS OF CENTRAL AFRICA.
Roberts et al.; Session No. 87, OCC Portland ballroom 255; Monday, 11:20 AM-11:35 AM.

DETRITAL RUTILE GEOCHEMISTRY, THERMOMETRY AND GEOCHRONOLOGY AS GUIDES TO PROVENANCE OF JURASSIC-PALEOCENE SANDSTONES OF THE NORWEGIAN SEA. Morton et al.; Session No. 211, OCC Portland Ballroom 252; Tuesday 1:35-1:55 PM.

THE GEOPHYSICAL EVOLUTION OF MERCURY.
SOLOMON, Sean et al.;.Session No. 197, OCC: Portland Ballroom 254 Tuesday, 2:15 -2:45 PM

GETTING BETTER WITH AGE: NEW U-PB SHRIMP DATA FROM THE "STURTIAN" SCOUT MOUNTAIN DIAMICTITE-CAP-CARBONATE SEQUENCE,POCATELLO FM, IDAHO. Dehler et al.; Session 232; OCC E145; Wednesday 8:45-9:00 AM.

Anyone else particularly keen to see something? If so, comment (plugs welcome).

1 comment:

Chuck said...

Also, I buy lunch for the first person to get me a picture of Spencer Lucas congratulating Marcus Ross on his win.