The 1440th meeting of the Geological Society of Washington will take place on Wednesday, March 10, 2010. The speaker line-up is:
Yoshi Tatsumi, Institute for Research on Earth Evolution at the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology — Fate of the anti-continent.
George R. Helz, Marvourneen K. Dolor, William F. McDonough, University of Maryland, College Park — Whence Chesapeake Bay’s Anthropocene chalcophile element enrichments?
Richard D. Fritz, American Association of Petroleum Geologists — The Arbuckle Group: Understanding a great American carbonate bank reservoir.
The next meeting will be Tuesday, March 30, with three talks focused on Ardi (Ardipithecus ramidus) and the recent spectacular discoveries of human origins in Ethiopia.
For more details on time and location, see www.gswweb.org.