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2014 Annual Meeting registration
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Be sure to to register for the AEG Annual Meeting in Scottsdale, Arizona. Register online today here, and don't forget to register for one of our outstanding field trips, guest tours, short courses and special events while you're at it. Complete details are on the AEG website.
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2014 Annual Meeting hotel
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The deadline to get the group rate at the headquarters hotel, The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Paradise Valley Resort, is Sept. 5, 2014. Don't miss out on our amazing rate of $139 a night. For complete details and to make your reservations, click here.
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APCOM 2015 abstracts are due Aug. 31
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The 37th International Symposium on the Application of Computers and Operations Research in the Mineral Industry (APCOM 2015) will be held May 23-27, 2015, in Fairbanks, Alaska. The 2015 APCOM conference is being hosted on behalf of the Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration, co-sponsored by AEG and in cooperation with the University of Alaska-Fairbanks. Visit the conference website for more information.

The technical program of this symposium would be a balance of traditional areas of exploration, including geostatistics, mine design, production planning, investment analysis, artificial intelligence simulation, mine automation, rock mechanics, mineral processing and data management systems, including computer applications and optimizations in oil and gas industries. All are designed to facilitate and promote application of computers and operations research in the mineral industry.

This is the first time AEG is joining APCOM, so we would also solicit any sessions that you would like to organize in this conference. Please contact us with your proposition of a session befitting the conference theme. Abstracts are invited from scientists, researchers and engineers in all sectors, including academy, industry, government and education, and are due by Aug. 31. Abstracts can be submitted at the conference web site or can be emailed here.

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What caused California's Napa Valley earthquake?
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The magnitude 6.0 earthquake that struck California's Napa Valley north of San Francisco — collapsing older buildings, sparking fires and causing scores of injuries — fell along a series of cracks in the Earth tied to the famed and feared San Andreas Fault. The event centered about 6.7 miles underneath Northern California's wine country. There, like most locales along the Pacific rim, ocean crust and continental crust clash to create numerous faults and quakes.
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AEG welcomes Offinger Management
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AEG recently hired Offinger Management Company to handle its day-to-day operations. Offinger is not new to AEG. Since 2012, they have provided accounting services for AEG. Offinger's headquarters is located in Zanesville, Ohio, with a satellite office in Columbus, Ohio.

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Texas regulators unveils proposed rules on disposal wells
Fuel Fix
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.

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NGWREF seeks well pump installer knowledge and expertise
National Ground Water Association
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.

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Changing the landscape: Geoscientists embrace 3-D printing
EARTH Magazine
The rapid proliferation of 3-D printing technology that began in the early 2000s sent ripples of excitement through the tech world and beyond; some pundits predicted 3-D printing would transform everything about modern life. Until a few years ago, however, the high price of printers put them out of reach for most academic researchers and hobbyists. Now, more affordable printers have broken this barrier, and geoscientists have started testing the waters.
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Science highlights
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Natural methane seepage on Atlantic Ocean margin widespread
U.S. Geological Survey via ScienceDaily
Natural methane leakage from the seafloor is far more widespread on the U.S. Atlantic margin than previously thought, according to a study by researchers from Mississippi State University, the U.S. Geological Survey and other institutions.
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Views expressed in this publication are not necessarily those officially representing the Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists except where expressly stated.


 

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