Registration Information

To ensure everyone has the best field experience possible, the conference is limited to 125 participants (and only five slots at the student discount), so you are advised to sign up early. All full field conference, social event, optional tour and guest/spouse fees must be paid IN FULL at the time of registration. If registering a guest or your spouse, be certain to provide the individual's name for the badge. Professionals may not register as spouses or guests. All field trip leaders, speakers and poster presenters must be registered.

Changes to your registration, including contact information and in particular monetary transactions (adding or deleting optional activities or cancelling outright), must be made in writing. Send your request to MCS AAPG Field Conference Registration, P.O. Box 3471, Tulsa, OK 74101-3471; or email sondra@gemworldevents.net. A fee of $75 will be charged for all cancellations in full. NO REFUNDS will be issued after September 15, 2014.

Registration fees

(NOTE—Space is limited to 125 total professionals and students!)

Professional $195
Student $50 (limit 5 at this price)
Spouse/Guest $85
Friday Symposium ONLY FREE
Icebreaker & Friday Evening Presentations ONLY $45
Saturday Night Dinner ONLY $49
AGS Golf Tournament (transportation on your own) $100 member/$125 non-member

All full registrations (professional, student and spouse/guest) admit the holder to the Friday seminar, posters, Icebreaker and keynote speakers and Saturday dinner with presentation. Professional and student registrants will also receive a backpack and comprehensive field guide. Pick up your badges and tickets to optional events just off the lobby of the Holiday Inn Ardmore I-35, 2207 N. Rockford Road, during the following hours:

Friday 17 October 12:30 pm– 7:30 pm
Saturday 18 October 6:30 am– 8:00 am

 


 

SAFETY FIRST IN THE FIELD, 'RUGGED CASUAL' IN TOWN

Feel free to wear some decent duds on Friday and Saturday upon return, but for the trail come prepared. There will be some walking, and although the weather should be fine in October, make sure you are dressed for the elements. Eye protec¬tion and a hard hat are recommended.

Bring layers for the day and raingear just in case. You will be provided a backpack and water will be available on the route.

EVERYONE MUST SIGN LIABILITY WAIVERS! NO OPEN-TOED FOOTWEAR!