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The Geological Society of America (GSA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of the geosciences.

The society was founded in Ithaca, New York, in 1888 by Alexander Winchell, John J. Stevenson, Charles H. Hitchcock, John R. Procter and Edward Orton[1] and has been headquartered at 3300 Penrose Place, Boulder, Colorado, USA, since 1967[2].

GSA began with 100 members under its first president, James Hall. In 1889 Mary Emilie Holmes became its first female member.[3] It grew slowly but steadily to 600 members until 1931, when a nearly $4 million endowment from 1930 president R. A. F. Penrose Jr. jumpstarted GSA’s growth. As of December 2017, GSA had more than 25,000 members in over 100 countries.


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The society has six regional sections in North America, three interdisciplinary interest groups, and eighteen specialty divisions[4].

The stated mission of GSA is “to advance geoscience research and discovery, service to society, stewardship of Earth, and the geosciences profession.” Its main activities are sponsoring scientific meetings and publishing scientific literature, particularly the peer-reviewed journals Geological Society of America Bulletin (commonly called “GSA Bulletin” [through 1960 it was called The Bulletin of The Geological Society of America]), published continuously since 1889, and Geology, published since 1973. In 2005, GSA introduced its online-only journal Geosphere, and in February 2009, GSA began publishing Lithosphere (both also peer-reviewed). Both Geosphere and Lithosphere are open access as of 2018. GSA’s monthly news and science magazine, GSA Today,[5] is open access online. GSA also publishes two books series, field guides, and maps and charts. A third major activity is awarding research grants to graduate students.[6]

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