Symposium on Research in Geosciences

October 2, 2001, Tory Building 3-36, University of Alberta

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A talk title and a "list of authors" must be received by 14 September via e-mail to


A special one-day Symposium on Research in Geosciences, organised by the Institute for Geophysical Research, will be held Tuesday, October 2 from 8:45-17:00, at the University of Alberta in Henry Marshall Tory Building 3-36.

Oral presentations will be given on all aspects of Geosciences including experimental, numerical modelling and theoretical research on the geosphere, hydrosphere and atmosphere.

The symposium is designed to facilitate and broaden communication among earth scienctists, physicists, mathematicians, and meteorologoists.

The symposium consists of four sessions including two 40 minute invited talks and contributed papers of 15 minutes each.

Invited Speakers:

Claire Martin, Meteorologist of Global TV, speaking on "Meteorological Mastications"

Dave James, Husky Energy, speaking on Surviving technological and structural changes in the petroleum industry: What next?

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