The following is the FINAL announcement (ABSTRACT DEADLINE - TUESDAY, 12/14) for a regional meeting with a session of international appeal!:
“Advances in Defining Links between Deformation and Metamorphism”
- a theme session at the Geological Society of America Northeastern/North-Central Section Meeting
- March 20-22, 2011 in Pittsburgh, PA, USA
- convened by Gregory Dumond, University of Arkansas (http://geosciences.uark.edu/3858.php)
We invite contributions in tectonics, structural geology, metamorphic petrology, and geochronology aimed at understanding the inter-relationship between deformation and metamorphism at all scales - from the plate down to the dislocation! All approaches are encouraged, i.e., field-based, lab-based, experimental, and any variety of modeling.
The keynote address will be given by Professor Michael L. Williams (UMass-Amherst).
A special invited presentation will be given by Dr. Eric T. Goergen (NSF Postdoctoral Fellow with Professor Greg Hirth at Brown University).
ABSTRACTS MUST BE SUBMITTED BY MIDNIGHT (PACIFIC TIME), December 14, 2010.
Please see the following link for information: http://www.geosociety.org/Sections/ne/2011mtg/techprog.htm
Thank you for your consideration!