2011 Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology in Sacramento.
I'll put up some of the sessions which look to me as if they contain significant amounts of archaeometry/geoarchaeology, by meeting date.
By the way, I hate the way SAA organizes its sessions, with organizers being able to cherry pick contributors without an open process of submission.
For Thursday 31 March ( a good day for SAS-sponsored symposia):
General Session: Pleistocene Landscapes,Technologies, and Lifeways in the Old World
Poster Session: Global Perspectives on Ceramic Analysis
Sponsored Symposium Chemical Residue Analysis in Archaeology: Method Development and Residue Diagenesis (Sponsored by The Society for Archaeological Sciences)
Poster Session: Paleoethnobotanical Studies
General Session: Paleoecology and Paleoenvironments of the Near East
Forum: Multiple data and access: Effective means of integrating archaeobotanical data in broader archaeological research projects
Poster Session Weird Science: The State of the Art of Experimental Archaeology
Poster Sessions: Advances and Applications of XRF and LA- ICP- MS- Parts 1 and 2
Poster Session: Archaeological Applications of GIS, GPR, and Remote Sensing
Poster Session: Integrating Geophysical Surveys into Archaeological Investigations
Sponsored Poster Session: The Scientists behind the Archaeologists: Indiana Jones’ Geeky Siblings
Sponsored Symposium: Beyond Descriptive Analysis: Recent Advances in the Studies of Lime Plasters (Sponsored by Society for Archaeological Sciences)
Sponsored Symposium: The Cutting Edge: The State of Play in World Obsidian Studies (Sponsored by Society for Archaeological Science & International Association for Obsidian Studies)
Symposium: Tree- Rings, Climate and Behavior: The Legacy of Jeffrey S. Dean
Symposium: Studying Beads around the Indian Ocean: New approaches, methodologies, and insights from an overlooked artifact