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Check out what’s going on in science and around the industry: Taiwan's 'vanishing canyon' erasing quake record (BBC) Great Salt Lake isn't so 'great' anymore (Standard Examiner) Land subsidence from groundwater use in the San Joaquin Valley (Groundwater Voices...

source: AEG

Facing mounting concerns about ties between earthquakes and oil and gas activity, Texas regulators are proposing new rules requiring drillers to provide more information before sinking underground wastewater storage wells.

source: Fuel Fix

The National Ground Water Research and Educational Foundation, as a part of its mission, is working to create educational content for groundwater professionals to help improve job site efficiency and safety, protect groundwater supply and limit wasted time during troubleshooting.

source: National Ground Water Association

South Dakota School of Mines and Technology is offering a new field course in Death Valley from Dec. 28 through Jan. 14. The Death Valley region is world renown as a remarkable natural laboratory for geological field studies owing to its rich geologic and tectonic history...

source: South Dakota School of Mines & Technology

The fragile natural environment of North America's "third coast," home to 34 million people, gets some well-deserved attention in a new book from The Geological Society of America. The shorelines of North America's Great Lakes span...

source: The Geological Society of America

A Short Course planned for AEG's Annual Meeting was canceled, though a replacement has been announced. Short Course #4 — "Estimation of Soil Properties for Foundation Design" — was recently replaced with "3DM Analyst Mine Mapping Suite," a course on how to use...

source: AEG


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