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Check out what's going on in science and around the industry: Dutch Masters: The Netherlands exports flood-control expertise (Nautilus) Careers in community science (Eos) How tides can trigger earthquakes (Earth Institute at Columbia University via ScienceDaily) Models...

source: AEG

Attracting and retaining women in the sciences require action on all fronts: Stopping outright harassment, changing institutional cultures, and ensuring that women are included, recognized and heard. To succeed in science, women must overcome subtle biases that favor men...

source: Eos

Few sights on our planet are as recognizable as Egypt's Pyramids of Giza, the towering trio of monuments built to house the remains of three Old Kingdom pharaohs for all eternity. The pyramids are arguably the most famous human-made structures ever built, and their colossal...

source: Nautilus

Monday, June 17, 2019, 10-11 a.m. Capitol Visitor Center,...

source: SSA

We are pleased to announce the webinar recording from the...

source: American Geosciences Institute

The International Petroleum Environmental Conference celebrated 25 successful years in Denver last...

source: IPEC


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