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2013 Annual Meeting exhibitor information
AEG
April 1 is the early registration deadline to exhibit at the 2013 AEG Annual Meeting in Seattle. Get your booth for only $1,175. Booths are filling up fast and locations are first come, first serve. Space is limited. This is your opportunity to get in front of over 500 environmental and engineering geology practitioners, many of whom have purchasing power. Sign up today.
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AEG NEWS deadlines
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Need to submit content for the AEG NEWS? Can't remember when the deadline is? Not anymore. We've got all of the deadlines for each issue, directory and program with abstracts for you right here.
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 AEG NEWS DEADLINES

Edition Due date
January (Directory) Nov. 30
March Jan. 31
June April 30
July (Annual Meeting Program with abstracts) May 31
September July 31
December Oct. 31


Submit your section reports for the June AEG NEWS
AEG
Please be sure and submit a summary of your section activities to AEG NEWS Editor Anna Saindon to be published quarterly in the Homefront Section of the AEG NEWS. The next deadline for submittals is April 30 for the June issue. Please provide a summary of your section meetings, field trips, outreach events, student events, fundraisers, etc., so that other AEG members can learn about your sections activities.
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Licensure Committee is watching out for you
AEG
Find out more about this and other AEG Committees in upcoming issues of the AEG Insider. We will be profiling many of the AEG Operational Committees so you can learn more about them, find out how to join and give back to AEG and hear about their accomplishments on behalf of the association. This week's profile — the Licensure Committee.
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Licensure watch
AEG
Two bills to learn more about are coming out of the state legislatures in Indiana and Missouri. A bill in the Indiana State Legislature could threaten professional licensure there. A similar bill is being proposed in Missouri.
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Help bring AEG benefits to students
AEG
While AEG boasts over 1,000 student members, only 29 student chapters currently exist to support our future professionals. To address this issue, the AEG Student & Young Professional Support Committee has begun a University Outreach program to promote AEG and establish new student chapters.
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Drilling demo for students at 2013 Annual Meeting:
Seeking short course instructors

AEG
The AEG is looking for volunteers to serve as instructors for a one-day Student Field Workshop during the 2013 Annual Meeting in Seattle. The workshop is designed to demonstrate drilling equipment as well as soil/groundwater sampling techniques, and it will provide hands-on opportunities for the attendees, mainly current and recently graduated students.

Several years of experience in the environmental, geotechnical, natural resource or related fields and knowledge of local geology is preferred. Please contact the Student & Young Professional Support Committee Co-Chairs, Nate Saraceno and Adair Gallisdorfer for more information and to sign up to lead this workshop. Thank you to those who have already signed up.

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AGI update: Earth Science Week
AEG
Geoff Camphire of the American Geosciences Institute discusses Earth Science Week 2013 and announces the release of the "Earth Science Week 2012 Highlights Report." Last year's event reached more than 50 million people through direct promotions, special events, media coverage and the Internet.
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GSA review: Turning off the dams and letting rivers come alive
The Geological Society of America
As manuscripts for this new contribution to The Geological Society of America's Reviews in Engineering Geology series were about to be submitted for publication, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation turned off the generators to the Elwha Dam in the state of Washington. Editors Jerome De Graff of the U.S. Forest Service and James Evans of Bowling Green State University write, "It seems fitting that publication of this volume and the actual start of restoration on the Elwha River should coincide."
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IAGE XII Congress: Call for abstract deadline April 15
International Association for Engineering Geology and the Environment
The call for abstract is now open for the 2014 International Association for Engineering Geology and the Environment XII Congress. You can now submit your abstract selecting the topic and the relative conference sessions. Abstract submission deadline is April 15. The IAEG XII Congress will take place Sept. 15-19, in Torino, Italy. Visit the Conference Session List to see all the sessions with all pertinent details.
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Impact assessment: How the sequester is affecting the geosciences in week 3
American Geosciences Institute
Two weeks after the federal government's defense and nondefense discretionary spending accounts were reduced by approximately 8 percent and 5 percent, respectively, the American Geosciences Institute wants to know whether there have been any impacts to the geoscience community since the implementation of the sequester.
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Geosciences Bulletin Board
AEG

Compiled by Elaine J. Hanford
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'Lost' tectonic plate found beneath California
LiveScience via Yahoo News
A tectonic plate that disappeared under North America millions of years ago still peeks out in central California and Mexico, new research finds. The Farallon oceanic plate was once nestled between the Pacific and North American plates, which were converging around 200 million years ago at what would become the San Andreas fault along the Pacific coast.
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