Dedication Ceremony for Signage Marking the GSSP

While Lake Pueblo State Park in Colorado is known for being a fishing "hot spot," in addition, the nearly 10,000 acre park is of geological importance.  Signage marking the Global Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP) Cenomanian-Turonian Boundary, 38.2822° N Latitude 104.7275° W Longitude will be unveiled at the park in October.

Date:October 25, 2013
Time:10:30 AM

1) Assembly of attendees at the site of the new GSSP signage, 10:30 am.

2) Comments by:

   Dr. Stan Finney, chair of the International Commission of Stratigraphy 

   Dr. Malcolm Hart, chair of the Cretaceous Subcommission 

   Local government officials

2) Unveiling of the educational display; Comments by:

   Rich Lane, National Science Foundation

   Brad Sageman, Northwestern University

3) Placement of the golden spike:

    Facilitated by Pueblo Fire Department

4) Refreshments

- Directions from Denver
- Detail - Lake Pueblo State Park

Note: Park visitors will need to pay the entrance fee to the park.

gssp event flier


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