2023 AGS Technical Conference.
Responsible Resource Independence
Saturday, April 22, 2023 - Anchorage, Alaska
Join us in Anchorage, Alaska for our 2023 Technical Conference. This conference will emphasize the strong relationship AGS and its members have with the University of Alaska geoscience programs. The theme for this year’s technical conference is an ever-growing and important trend in Alaska and that is Responsible Resource Independence.
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Controls on Reservoir Quality of the Nanushuk Formation (Albian-Cenomanian), North Slope, Alaska - Kenneth P. Helmold and David L. LePain
Fluid Inclusion Analysis of Auriferous Type 2 & Type 3 Veins Across the Estelle Pluton Complex - Elizabeth Freeman, Claudia Cannatelli
Geochemistry of detrital magnetite as a provenance tool in Alaska's Yukon-Tanana Upland - Robert G. McDermott, Douglas C. Kreiner, James V. Jones III, Sean P. Regan
Pingo STARR 2023: Tales from Tuk - Austin Routt, Kynan Hughson, Britney Schmidt, Andrew Mullen, Alexia Kubas, Matthew Siegfried, John Bradford, Venezia Follingstad, Andrei Swidinsky, Hannah Sizemore
Qualitative Petrographic Analysis of Silicate Melt Inclusions Hosted in Novarupta Rhyolitic Dome - Nolan Vlahovich, Claudia Cannatelli
Quantifying peat carbon mass using ground-penetrating radar (GPR) and probing in peatlands of the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska - Cameron R. Kuhle, Eric S. Skein
The transition from convergence to translation on the western margin of North America: evolution of the ancestral Denali Fault in southeast Alaska - Susan Karl, Lance Miller, Peter Haeussler, Jonathan Caine, and John Norton
We are currently seeking poster abstracts for a technical program that covers the broad interests of our members and the geoscience community. Awards will be given for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place posters.
Abstract Deadline is April 7, 2023.
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SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 2023
We are looking for Conference Sponsors.
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Event Sponsored by Alaska Geological Society
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Doug Kreiner - U.S. Geological Survey, Alaska Science Center, Anchorage,
Anna Lewallen, M.S. - Senior Development Geologist
Colby VanDenburg - Vice President of Geology, Armstrong Oil & Gas, Inc., Denver
Students - $5
Non Students - $25
Lunch is included with the price of admission.
There are TWO steps you need to complete your registration.
In Person or Remotely
In Person: University of Alaska, Anchorage Campus
ConocoPhillips Integrated Science Building
3101 Science Circle Anchorage, Alaska
Remotely: After registering, you will receive a Zoom link the week of the conference via email on how to join.
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