Registration is now open for the 5th Biennial Structural Geology and Tectonics Forum!
Please join us for field trips, workshops and plenary sessions.
When: January 4th-7th with an optional San Andreas fault Field Trip 8th-9th.
Where: Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
We hope to see you there!
Ramon and Kim
Forum at a glance:
- Overview of Phoenix Basin (led by Ramón Arrowsmith, ASU)
- Proterozoic Construction of Continental Crust, Extreme Cenozoic Crustal Extension (Led by Stephen Reynolds and Julia Johnson, School of Earth and Space Exploration, ASU)
- Southern San Andreas Fault (Led by Kim Blisniuk, SJSU and Ramon Arrowsmith, ASU)
- Teaching Structural Geology and Tectonics (TBA)
- Geometric statistics for geologic data (Josh Davis, Carleton College)
- Build your own rock deformation apparatus: Experimental rock deformation (Phil Skemer, Washington University in St. Louis)
- Review and demonstration of available geodetic imaging resources – OpenTopography, NCALM, UNAVCO + teaching curricula developed for GETSI (Chris Crosby and colleagues–UNAVCO)
- Google Earth for On-Site and Distance Education (Steve Whitmeyer, James Madision)
- Effective teaching structural geology and tectonics (Organizers: Rick Allmendinger–Cornell and Pete Lippert–Utah)
- Shear zones (Organizers: Daniel Lao Davila–Oklahoma State, Elisabeth Nadin–Alaska, and Sarah Roeske–UC Davis)
- Tectonics of Western North America: What’s new? (Organizers: Amanda Hughes–Arizona and Barbara Carrapa–Arizona)