The AAPG Rocky Mountain Section Meeting will be held in Durango Colorado June 13-16, 2010. In addition to a broad range of technical sessions, the meeting features a session "Multi-scale Observations and the Application of Remoting Sensing and Lidar to Rocky Mountain Petroleum Exploration". This technical session is being co-chaired by Tim F. Wawrzyniec (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Gary Weissmann (email@example.com).
We invite contributions from all geologic and geophysics disciplines centered around the principle theme of field-based studies that are combined with digital geospatial characterization as applied to geologic problems. Although lidar technology is of specific interest, we encourage the submission of talks that include studies where seismic, ground-pentrating radar, or other remote sensing approaches that have been deployed to build imagery to enhance our understanding of geologic process.
If you are interested in contributing, please contact either of the technical chairs if you have any questions. Otherwise, follow either of the following links:
The deadline for submission is February 1, 2010.
On behalf of the technical committee thanks for your attention and hopefully we will see you in Durango!
Tim & Gary