Sarah Fox spent a day with AEG member Scott Burns to learn more about engineering geology and its benefit to society. Check out the video here.
Need CEUs? Our Short Courses offer eight CEU credits each. The following courses are scheduled for the 2014 Annual Meeting: Short Course 1: Recognizing Natural Hazards Using Aerial ImagesSept. 23, 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Short Course 2: Introduction to MODFLOW-USG Sept. 23,...
Check out what’s going on in science and around the industry: Beyond rocks for jocks: Elevating geoscience education (EARTH Magazine) Scientists begin to demystify hole found in Siberian permafrost (The New York Times) Risk of earthquake increased for one-third...
On July 15, the House Appropriations Committee passed a bill to fund Interior and environment programs in fiscal year 2015. The appropriations bill includes $1.035 billion for USGS, an increase of $3.7 million above the fiscal...
While the number of students earning degrees in the geosciences has increased slightly in the last few years, the number of professionals leaving the workforce has increased more rapidly. With a projected increased in the number of positions available to geoscientists, the...
The Cascadia Subduction Zone is a 1,000-kilometer-long subduction zone stretching from Mendocino, California, to north of Vancouver Island off the coast of British Columbia, Canada. Those living along this stretch are occasionally...
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