The Proceedings of the Third Conference on Creation Geology are now available on the Cedarville University website. The abstracts that make up the proceedings are as follows:
- Persistence of dolomite in the Coconino Sandstone, northern Arizona – Cheung and Strom
- Grain size and textural characteristics of sediments from modern sandwaves: a literature review – Garner
- Kilometer‐scale horizontal movement of fluidized sand associated with uplift of the Colorado Front Range – Hoesch
- Persistence and significance of micas in the Coconino Sandstone, northern Arizona – Whitmore and Strom
- The hypogene speleogenesis of the Cumberland Plateau Grassy Cove Saltpeter Cave System, Cumberland County, Tennessee – Wise
The venue for next year’s Geology Conference (28-30 July 2010) will be Truett-McConnell College in Cleveland, Georgia, and it will once again again be held jointly with the BSG Conference. Abstracts are due on 4 April 2010 and submission guidelines can be found here.
Of course it won’t have escaped your attention that only five abstracts were presented this summer. We can surely do better than that. So come on you geologists – get your thinking caps on now about what you’ll be presenting in Georgia!