The Southeastern Section of the Geological Society of America (GSA) was established in 1947. GSA is a global professional society with a membership of more than 20,000 earth scientists.
The following posters and slideshows were presented by South Carolina Geological Survey geologists and/or their students. The posters are available for download in PDF format. Most files are fairly large.
The Significance of Fluvial Sediment on Fish Habitat and Species Abundancy Broad River Basin, South Carolina by Kerry McCarney-Castle (2016)
Sediment Source Tracking Using Stable Isotopes in a Mixed-Use Watershed, South Carolina, by Kerry McCarney-Castle, Tristan Childress, and Reid Heaton (2014)
Recent SEGSA Posters
Lake Murray Spillway - Delving into the Core of the Dreher Shoals Terrane, Columbia, South Carolina, by C. Scott Howard (2012)
The Orangeburg and Parler Scarps: Surficial Contacts Separating the Eocene, Pliocene, and Pleistocene Sediments in Allendale, South Carolina, by William R. Doar, III (2012)
Deformational and metamorphic history of Campabello 7.5-minute quadrangle, Tugaloo terrane, Inner Piedmont, South Carolina, by Rhonda Chan Soo, Alyssa K. Wickard, John M. Garihan, and William A. Ranson (2011)
Results of the Sediment Elevation Table (SET) Project in the ACE Basin NERR, South Carolina, by William R. Doar, III and C. W. Clendenin (2011)
Fringe depositional units: A way of tracing the modern transgression through geologic mapping, by William R. Doar, III (2011)
Solution to the "Two-Talbot" problem of marine Pleistocene terraces in South Carolina, by Ralph H. Willoughby and W.R. Doar, III (2006)
Revision of the Pleistocene Dorchester and Summerville Scarps, the inland limits of the Penholoway terrace, central South Carolina, by W. R. Doar, III and Ralph H. Willoughby (2006)
Late Cretaceous-Cenozoic brittle faulting beneath the western South Carolina Coastal Plain: Reactivation of the Eastern Piedmont Fault System, by Paul G. Nystrom, Jr. (2006)