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Check out the lineup for our Innovative (we hope) and Ambitious (for sure) session on Sunday:

P6: Pardee Keynote Symposium–Google Earth to Geoblogs: Digital Innovations in the Geosciences
Sunday, 18 October 2009
Portland Ballrooms 251/258

1:30 PM – Talks

1:30 PM
DIGITAL GEOLOGY IN THE 21st CENTURY: IT’S HERE, DON’T FEAR, GET INTO IT
P. Kyle House, Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology & University of Nevada

1:45 PM
ONEGEOLOGY – MAKING GEOLOGY ACCESSIBLE
Ian Jackson, British Geological Survey

2:00 PM
I TWEET, THEREFORE I AM: SOCIAL NETWORKS IN THE GEOSCIENCES
M. Lee Allison, Arizona Geological Survey

2:15 PM
ONE MAP – MANY MAPPERS: IMPLICATIONS OF INNOVATIVE MAPPING, MODELING, AND NETWORKING TECHNOLOGIES FOR GEOSCIENCE EDUCATION
Declan G. De Paor, Old Dominion University

2:30 PM – Demonstration

GIGAGEOLOGY: VIRTUAL FIELD TRIPS IN A Web2.0 WORLD
Ronald C. Schott, Fort Hays State University

3:00 PM – Interactive Display Booths

EXPLORING WITH GOOGLE’S GEOSPATIAL TOOLS
Mano Marks, Josie Wernecke & Tina Ornduff, Google Inc.
John E. Bailey, University of Alaska Fairbanks

EMERGING DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR GEOSCIENCE EDUCATION AND OUTREACH
Peter A. Selkin, University of Washington
Declan G. De Paor, Old Dominion University
Janice Gobert, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Karin B. Kirk, Carleton College
Steve Kluge, Resources for GeoScience Education
Glenn A. Richard, Stony Brook University
Steven J. Whitmeyer, James Madison University

USING DIGITAL TOOLS FOR GEOLOGY
Kyle House, Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology & University of Nevada
Ian Jackson, British Geological Survey
M. Lee Allison, Arizona Geological Survey

MONITORING ROCK FALLS IN YOSEMITE VALLEY WITH THREE-DIMENSIONAL, HIGH-RESOLUTION PANORAMIC IMAGERY
Greg M. Stock, National Park Service
Eric Hanson & Greg Downing, xRez Studio

4:30 PM – Discussion

Even more on Monday:

T160: From Virtual Globes to Geoblogs: Digital Innovations in Geoscience Research, Education, and Outreach (talks) schedule and abstracts

T160: From Virtual Globes to Geoblogs: Digital Innovations in Geoscience Research, Education, and Outreach (posters) schedule and abstracts

Stay tuned to Outcrop.org for subsequent developments and post-meeting extravaganza.

Posted via email from Fresh Geologic Froth

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