Arizona State University
Tempe, Arizona, January 4-7, 2018
Optional San Andreas Fault field trip after the meeting
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Note that all abstracts should be presumed as accepted.
SGTF is an interactive venue for discussing important frontiers, new ideas, and current research in structural geology and tectonics. The Forum also provides opportunities to discuss effective teaching of structural geology and tectonics, including integrating research with teaching.The four-day Forum includes workshops and field trips. Although the Forum is aimed at professional geologists, we encourage advanced graduate students to attend.
This is the 5th Structural Geology and Tectonics Forum. The prior four successful ones were held at Sonoma State University in August 2016, at Colorado School of Mines in June 2014, at Williams College in June 2012, and at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, in May 2010. The 2016 Forum brought together over 100 structural geologists.
Go to Resources for Teaching Structural Geology
- Ramon Arrowsmith (Arizona State University)
- Kimberly Blisniuk (San Jose State University)
Questions? Please contact Ramon Arrowsmithor Kimberly Blisniuk
US National Science Foundation
Southern California Earthquake Center, OpenTopography, EarthScope, Structural Geology and Tectonics Division of the Geological Society of America. Thank you!