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Check out what's going on in science and around the industry: Lava from Hawaii volcano cascades into sea in vivid display (The Associated Press via CTV News) Mediterranean Sea may harbor piece of oldest ocean crust (Science magazine) Mexico's Popocatépetl volcano...

source: AEG

U.S.-based asteroid mining firm Deep Space Industries (DSI) is planning to send a prospecting spacecraft before the end of the decade to search for resources in celestial bodies, which would become the first commercial mission beyond Earth's orbit.


U.S. shale oil production is expected to fall for a tenth consecutive month in September, according to a U.S. government forecast released on Monday, as low oil prices continue to weigh on production. Total output is expected to drop...

source: Reuters

The first shipment of shale gas produced by fracking is expected to arrive in Scotland in September. One of a fleet of "Dragon-class" ships is due to arrive with the cargo at the Ineos petrochemical plant in Grangemouth.

source: BBC

Plan now to be a part of AEG's quarterly publication, Environmental & Engineering Geoscience Journal (E&EG). AEG members are encouraged to submit papers on interesting case histories, original research or other projects to its journal...

source: AEG

Join your peers for the 2016 AEG Annual Meeting in Kona, Hawaii! This is a geologist's dream location. This memorable meeting is filled with exciting field trips, relevant educational sessions, short courses and amazing special events, including an authentic Hawaiian Luau. Be...

source: AEG


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