aeg Weekly Update MultiBriefs
Subscribe
Contact Us
Media Kit

Browse Categories

Browse by Date

Search past issues
Search products and services

Check out what's going on in science and around the industry: New insight into how Giant's Causeway and Devils Postpile were formed (University of Liverpool via ScienceDaily) Researchers find that swarms of tiny organisms mix nutrients in ocean waters (Stanford University...

source: AEG

What can a massive cave in Italy tell us about life on Mars and other planets? According to new research by Penn State scientists, a whole lot. In work published in Astrobiology, Penn State researchers identified biosignatures — or...

source: Penn State University via Phys.org

High-volume fluid injection can cumulatively increase underground pore pressure and induce earthquakes in regions unexpectedly far from injection wells, recent Kansas studies show.

source: Eos

The AEG Board of Directors will convene for the annual Midyear BoD Meeting at AEG's new headquarters...

source: AEG

The Guidebooks Committee of the Geoscience Information Society (GSIS) is accepting nominations for the 2018 Best Guidebook Award(s) and Outstanding Geologic Field Trip Guidebook Series award. Geologic field trip guidebooks from any region that were produced from 2016-2018...

source: Geoscience Information Society

AEG has always been an association that prides itself on the benefits it provides its members; however, there hasn’t been a better time to be an AEG member than right now. Renew your membership today so that you don't miss out on member benefits like: Networking and...

source: AEG

RECOMMENDED:

Powered by MultiBriefs
7701 Las Colinas Ridge, Ste. 800, Irving, TX 75063

Subscribe to AEG Insider

*Email:
*First Name:
*Last Name:
*Company:
Title:
Street Address:
City:
State / Province:
Zip / Postal Code:
Country:
Are you a member of AEG? Yes   No
Privacy Policy
X