The 2013 International Geobiology Course course will begin in Denver on June 9 with a loop field trip through the Rocky Mountains to the Great Salt Lake, across southern Wyoming, and back to the Colorado School of Mines here in Golden, Colorado.  Participants will eventually migrate to Caltech and the University of Southern California prior to finishing at the Wrigley Center for Environmental Studies on Catalina Island, California on July 12.

GeoBiology 2013 is open to students and researchers at any level, although we give preference to graduate students in their early to mid years of study. The course application is available for download in PDF and Word formats. You also can request a copy from Ann Close by email at: close@usc.edu.


Applications are due this coming Friday, 15 February 2013 though we may have a few days of wiggle room past that. If there are any questions, please see http://dornsife.usc.edu/geobio2013

or

contact John R. Spear,
Co-Director, International Geobiology Course
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Colorado School of Mines
1500 Illinois Street
Golden, CO 80401
303-273-3497
e-mail: jspear@mines.edu

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