Cascade Mountain in the Canadian Rockies -- a beautiful location for anyone, but an especially delicious site for geologists. And this is just one example of the geological and scenic splendor that will provide the regional setting for this year's AAPG Annual Convention, which will be held June 19-22 in Calgary. The meeting's technical program has been finalized, and the official announcement will be mailed to members beginning this month. And no, it's never too early to start making plans to be part of AAPG's first annual meeting in Canada since 1992.
Photo courtesy of Bill Ayrton.
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