Archive for September 28th, 2016

Last Wooster Geologist Presentation at #GSA2016

September 28th, 2016

Denver, CO – The honor of the last presentation at #GSA2016 goes to Amineh AlBashaireh (’18), who has a poster on her summer work at Black Mountain in San Diego, CA.

Amineh AlBashaireh ('18) has been conducting research on the occurrence and mobilization of arsenic.

Amineh AlBashaireh (’18) has been conducting research on the occurrence and mobilization of arsenic.

Congratulations, Wooster Geologists, on another successful GSA meeting!

 

Last Day of GSA 2016: An empty room awaits

September 28th, 2016

podium-view-092816DENVER, COLORADO — The last day of the Geological Society of America meeting has finally arrived. Early this morning the above room will begin to gather a few of the remaining participants for a series of talks, including my own. As always I am very much looking forward to it being over, which will happen precisely at 10:15 a.m. I will then rush out of the room, the Convention Center and my hotel to start the journey home.

slide01-092816I’ll share my first and last PowerPoint slides. This is an exciting project Paul Taylor and I have started. Today we may learn if it has legs or will be immediately crippled by a few cogent observations.

slide36-092816This isn’t the last of the Wooster Geology presentations. There is one more poster this afternoon that will be reported in the next post. As for me, my meeting is nearly over. Safe travels to everyone!