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Check out what's going on in science and around the industry: Cracking the secrets of Old Faithful's geyser eggs (National Geographic) We are now a step closer to predicting Tibet's devastating quakes (South China Morning Post) Rising sea levels could cost the world...

source: AEG

Synthetic aperture radar data post-processing can be used to analyze changes in the landscape, providing a useful tool for disaster response.

source: Eos

A multinational research team discovered an underestimated earthquake hazard during their seven-year exploration of the unique geodynamics of the eastern Himalayas in Bhutan. Findings from recent geophysical exploration suggest that this confidence may be overly optimistic....

source: Eos

The AEG Foundation would be grateful if you would consider donating an item for the Silent Auction. Some...

source: AEG

The Licensure Section of aegweb.org is designed to be a resource for AEG chapters as they organize their efforts in preparing licensure legislation and in defending their existing licensure laws. You will find study aids and courses for various exams, how-to guidelines,...

source: AEG

On Aug. 10, about 30 members and friends of AEG-St. Louis Chapter...

source: AEG-St. Louis Chapter

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