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Nominations for the Claire P. Holdredge, Douglas R. Piteau, Floyd T. Johnston and Karl and Ruth Terzaghi Mentor awards are due on Monday, March 30. The Claire P. Holdredge Award, which is given to an AEG member who publishes a paper deemed to be an outstanding contribution...

source: AEG

Check out what's going on in science and around the industry: Year after Oso disaster, land-use rules slow to change (The Seattle Times) Video: Oso mudslide aftermath (Everett Herald via YouTube) Landslides in Arizona: Building a statewide landslide inventory and hazard...

source: AEG

A survey by the American Geosciences Institute and the Association of American Geographers asked faculty how often their master's advisees in geology or geography programs secure different types of positions post-graduation. Students were...

source: American Geosciences Institute

Just as humans have a world of microbes inside them, so do grapevines. These bacteria and fungi may influence the grape's resilience against drought, susceptibility to pests, the wine-making process and possibly the flavor and feel of the wine itself. For Merlot vines, soil...

source: Science News

The March edition of AEG News is now online. The issue focuses on geology and the environment. You can view it here.

source: AEG

A large landslide occurred in northwest Washington on March 22, 2014, leading to tragic loss of life and destruction of property. Landslide debris covered about 40 homes and other structures as well as nearly a mile of State Route 530. It also caused 43 fatalities in the...

source: U.S. Geological Survey


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