2023 Annual Meeting
Eau Claire, WI
April 24 & 25



Field trips


ILSG Student Research Fund

Goldich Medal Guidelines and Award Winners

Eisenbrey student awards

Student paper awards

ILSG main page


The 2023 meeting will be chaired by Esther Stewart (Wisconsin Geological Survey), Carsyn Ames (WI Geological & Natural History Survey) and Robert Lodge (University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire) in Eau-Claire, Wisconsin. They are working hard to put together a great meeting so stay tuned for details


News & Updates

We have updated the second circular with the description of trip 2. You can download it here

You can find a map with restaurants located close to the conference venue here

Registration for the conference will go live on Monday 27 February 2023. Online registration will be available here

The booking information for the conference hotels is available here


Registration for the meeting will be handled through the A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum of Michigan Tech. Registration opens on Monday 27 February and can be accessed here.

Early registration: February 27 – March 25th at 11:59pm 

  • Student: $78.00
  • Professional: $155.00
  • Normal registration: March 26 and after

  • Student: $95.00
  • Professional: $195.00


    A list of hotels can be found on the accommodations page


    Submission Deadline: March 27th, 2023. All abstracts will be reviewed for content. Abstracts should be submitted to Carsyn Ames

    Specifications include:

    A. Limit of two pages (8½" x 11") including illustrations and references
    B. Use left, top, and right margins of 1" and bottom margin of 1.3"
    C. Times New Roman with sizes as described in this word file which includes detailed specifications.

    N.B. Maximum of two pages of text, figures, and reference

    Please remember to specify whether you would prefer a talk or a poster when you submit your abstract


    Field trips

    A full list of field trips can be found here


    We are really grateful for the support of our sponsors, you can find a list of these great folks here


    Return to Institute on Lake Superior Geology Main Page