Retrospective views on our planet's future

PAGES 3rd Open Science Meeting was held from 8-11 July 2009 at Oregon State University in Corvallis, USA. A Young Scientists Meeting was held directly before, from 6-7 July.

A DVD had been produced including oral presentations and slides from this 3rd PAGES Open Science Meeting.

Mount Bailey (left peak) is a relatively young tephra cone and shield volcano in the Cascade Range located opposite Mount Thielsen (back right), an extinct shield volcano. (Photo: Pat Bartlein)

Corvallis is nestled in the heart of Oregon's Willamette Valley, between the beautiful Cascade Mountains (photo) and the scenic Oregon coast. It has a population of 55,000 and buys more power from renewable resources than any other city in the nation.

The surrounding countryside offers a wide range of outdoor activities, including biking, hiking, fishing and rafting. The town of Corvallis was settled in the mid-1800's and also offers interesting historical sites and cultural activities. For more information on Corvallis, visit the Corvallis Tourism website.

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