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Check out these resources for the latest news: Photo roundup: December 2020-March 2021 (U.S. Geological Survey) When volcanoes go metal (North Carolina State University via ScienceDaily)

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Professional Geologist Licensure Requirements: Tips for the Exam and How Certification will Help Your Career Wednesday,...

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Thank you to the planning committee (chaired by Greg Hempen) and sponsors for making the AEG Karst...

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Don't miss your chance to reach such a vast, influential audience that includes geologists in engineering geology, environmental geology, and hydrogeology as well as other professionals in affiliated fields, such as civil and mining engineering, land-use planning, public...

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The Environmental Technical Working Group (TWG) is turning the spotlight on 1,4-Dioxane (DXA) in 2021, and invites papers on all phases of the investigation and remediation of sites, and especially drinking water siter, impacted by this widespread and difficult to treat...

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AEG 2021 ANNUAL MEETING, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Evaluating Geologic and Seismic Hazards and the Potential Need for Hazard Mitigation SYMPOSIUM CO-CHAIRS: Gerry L. Stirewalt and Jennie Watson-Lamprey The Geologic and Seismic Hazards Technical Working Group (GASH TWG) seeks...

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