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GeoDaze 2013

Welcome to the 41st Annual GeoDaze Symposium, a student-run showcase of graduate and undergraduate research in the Earth Sciences at the University of Arizona. 

GeoDaze News

The organizers of GeoDaze 2013 would like to thank everyone who helped us make this year's symposium a success. In addition to the graduate students who organized GeoDaze, we would like to thank the generous sponsors who made this symposium possible and all of the presenters who shared their research. We look forward to seeing everyone next year.

GeoDaze 2013 would like to congratulate all of those who received awards this year. Please see the Awards page for a complete list of award recipients.

Keynote Address
Megafloods down the Tsangpo River gorge, eastern Tibet
GeoDaze 2013 is pleased to announce that Dr. David R. Montgomery will be giving this year's keynote address on Friday, April 12 at 3 PM in the North Ballroom of the Student Union.Dr. Montgomery is the author of The Rocks Don't Lie: A Geologist Investigates Noah's Flood (2012), Dirt: The Erosion of Civilizations (2007), and King of Fish: The Thousand-Year Run of Salmon (2003). A MacArthur Fellow and a two-time winner of the Washington State Book Award, Montgomery is a professor of geomorphology in the Department of Earth & Space Sciences at the University of Washington. His research interests involve the effects of geological processes on ecological systems and human societies, and interactions among climate, tectonics, and erosion in shaping topography on Earth and Mars.

Schedule of Events
A preliminary schedule of events for GeoDaze 2013 has been posted on the Schedule page.

Registration for GeoDaze is now closed. We are looking forward to seeing everyone at GeoDaze. If you did not register for GeoDaze, we still encourage you to come join us at the symposium.

Support GeoDaze
Sponsors make GeoDaze possible! Please help support GeoDaze by making a donation to help fund the symposium. Details can be found on our Contributions page.

Field Trip Information
Copper Mining in the Tucson Area
This year the GeoDaze field trip will focus on copper mining in the Tucson area and includes guided mine tours. Please see the Field Trip page for more details.

Abstract Submission
Abstract submission is now closed.
If you submitted an abstract to GeoDaze and have not already paid the abstract submission fee, please use the link on the Abstracts page to pay the fee. We are looking forward to seeing your presentations at GeoDaze!


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