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2011:  Oselok and Karagassy groups, Sayan Mountains, southern Siberia
2010:  Conception, St. Johns, and Signal Hill groups; Chapel Island Formation, Newfoundland
2009:  Vazante Group, Brazil; Olenek Uplift, Arctic Siberia, Russia

2008:  Doushantuo Formation, Yangtze Gorges, People's Republic of China
2008:  Late Miocene Howenegg laggerstatten, southern Germany
2007:  Vazante & Bambui groups, Brazil; Cape Fold Belt & Pongola Supergroup, South Africa 2006: Tandilia Belt, Argentia and Arroyo do Soldado Group, Uruguay
2005:   Paraguay Belt and Minas Supergroup, Brazil
2004:   Lower & Upper Productive Suites, Kirmaki Valley, Azerbaijan
2003:   Vazante, Bambui, and Una groups, Brazil; Huronian Supergroup, Ontario, Canada
2002:   Death Valley,California, USA
2001:   Bambui and Vazante groups, Brazil
2000:   Bambui Group, Brazil; Death Valley, California, USA
1999:   Damara Orogen, Namibia
1998:   Huronian Supergroup, Ontario, Canada; Bambui and Una groups, Brazil
1997:   Lesser Himalayas, India; Damara Orogen, Namibia
1995:   Damara Orogen, Namibia
1994:   Werneke and Mackenzie Mountains, Northwest and Yukon territories, Canada
1993:   Flinder's Range and Amadeus Basin, Australia
1992:   Death Valley, California, USA
1991:   Hubei, Tianjin and Liaoning Provinces, People's Republic of China
1990:   Cape Fold Belt and Northern Cape Province, South Africa; Damara Orogen, Namibia; Death Valley, California, USA
1982:   Barberton Mountainland, South Africa
1981:   Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA

Professor Alan Jay Kaufman 
Department of Geology, University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742-4211
Office: (301) 405-0395, Fax: (301) 405-3597,