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Scientists have devised a new map of the Earth's sea floor using satellite data, revealing massive underwater scars and thousands of previously uncharted sea mountains residing in some of the deepest, most remote reaches of the world's oceans. The researchers said recently...

source: CBC News

They say that geoscientists never retire. We do, however, eventually, get longer in the tooth and less inclined to scale cliffs and wade swamps. Or perhaps, as is happening currently in the mineral exploration field, work has simply dried up, with little near-term relief...

source: APGO

Hosted by Ontario Prospectors' Association (OPA), this event that will take place in Sudbury on November 4-5 will include technical presentations, exhibits and Awards Dinner. Click here for more information. 2014 Ontario Prospectors...

source: Ontario Prospectors' Association

Groundwater Research Symposium Friday, October 24, 2014 2:00 p.m. Humanities Theatre J.G. Hagey Hall of the Humanities University of Waterloo The Farvolden Lecture Series was initiated in 1996 as an annual celebration in honour of Dr. Robert N. Farvolden. This lecture...

source: University of Waterloo

Ministry of Environment (MOE) Expanded ESA Training Courses Phase One: October 24th to 26th 2014 — Flyer Phase Two: November 7th to 9th 2014 — Flyer Venue: Monte Carlo Inn, Vaughan Suites, Vaughan, ON. Both courses are confirmed (minimum attendance has been...

source: Associated Environmental Site Assessors of Canada

The Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario (APGO) is very pleased to partner once again with University of Waterloo to host a networking event on its campus. We cordially invite professional geoscientists, geoscientists-in-training,...

source: APGO


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