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The Commonwealth of Virginia encompasses five physiographic provinces, and contains a wide variety of igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rocks that range in age from the Proterozoic to the present. Few states can match Virginia's diverse geology. The Virginia Geological Field Conference is an annual gathering that highlights recent geological research. The Conference is a one to two day event that takes place every Fall. The region of focus changes from year to year. Attendance typically ranges from 50 to 100 people with a broad array of attendees (professionals to students) and is open to all.

2011 Conference:

VIRGINIA'S EASTERN SHORE: Barrier Islands to the Chesapeake Bay Impact Structure

October 29-30, 2011

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