Sigma Gamma Epsilon, the national honor society in the Earth Sciences, held its 43rd Biennial Convention on the campus of the University of Kansas March 27-29, 2015 in conjunction with its centennial celebration. Alpha Chapter, Sigma Gamma Epsilon’s first chapter, hosted the events. During the convention, Dr. Anthony Walton of the Department of Geology at KU led a half-day field excursion on the Pennsylvanian Stratigraphy of Douglas County, Kansas: Glacioeustatically Modulated Cyclic Deposition on a Remarkably Smooth Shelf. This report provides a summary of the deliberations and actions of the participants at the convention and highlights of the field trip and centennial celebration.
Walters, James C. and Even, Paula F.
"43rd Biennial Convention and Centennial Celebration The University of Kansas: March 27-29, 2015,"
The Compass: Earth Science Journal of Sigma Gamma Epsilon:
2, Article 3.
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