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The Korean Society of Engineering Geology and Korea national group of International Association of Engineering Geology and the Environment would like to present the 12th Asian Regional Conference at Jeju Booyoung Hotel & Resort Sept. 23-27, 2019, in Jeju Island, Korea. We...

source: The Korean Society of Engineering Geology

We would like to invite you to submit an abstract to our session NH3.3/GI4.11/GM7.8/GMPV7.3/SSS13.16 — Rapid mass movements in alpine and volcanic environment. Advances on monitoring,...

source: IAEG

A landslip near Invergarry, Scotland, wiped out the power supply to thousands of islanders Nov. 12 in the Hebrides. Residents on Skye and the Western Isles experienced the loss of power shortly after 9 a.m.

source: Press and Journal

Check out what's going on in the world of geological science: Unraveling the origins of Australia’s ancient mountain chains (EOS) How Earth volcanoes offer a window into the evolution of life and the solar system (NASA via Phys.Org) UW researchers studying hydrothermal...

source: IAEG

A geology professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas has discovered that a set of 28 footprints left behind by a reptilelike creature 310 million years ago are the oldest ever to be found in Grand Canyon National Park. The...

source: University of Nevada, Las Vegas via ScienceDaily

Geologists have done pretty well piecing together the history of plate tectonics, or how sections of Earth’s crust have pinballed across the globe crashing into one another and pulling apart. But there’s one big puzzle piece they still need to figure out: Antarctica.

source: Smithsonian


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