|Australian Capital Territory
Click here for the October Newsletter
ACT Geological Guidebook, map & GIS CD
The new 1:100,000 scale "Geology of the Australian Capital Territory" geological map, GIS CD (geological map plus additional data), and ACT geological guidebook "A Geological Guide to Canberra region and Namagi National Park" are now available. Please click on the link below to download an order form or contact ACT Division Secretary Tim Hobern for more information.
Download order form
Recently republished: 'Images in Stone – A guide to the building stones of Parliament House'
The publication provides details on every aspect of the stonework in all parts of the Parliament House building, including areas not open to the public. Please click on the link below to download an order form or contact ACT Division Secretary, details below.
Download order form.
Ken Campbell First Year Prize (for ANU students)
Presented annually to the student with the best results in ANU First Year subjects 'ENVS1004 - Australia's Environment and 'EMSC1006 - The Blue Planet' (or equivalent) and who intends to proceed further in courses offered by the ANU Research School of Earth Sciences.
David Blake Second Year Earth Sciences Prize (for University of Canberra students)
Awarded to the highest achieving second year student with a GPA of 5 or more for the first year Earth System Science and Earth Surface Processes and second year Australian Regolith, Landscape and Soils, and Geographic Information Systems subjects.
Mike Rickard Third Year Prize (for ANU students)
Presented annually to the student who was enrolled in a program leading to a degree of Bachelor in the ANU College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences; who has completed three or more of the following EMSC3000 series courses: EMSC3001; EMSC3002; EMSC3007; EMSC3019; EMSC3022; EMSC3023; EMSC3024; EMSC3025; EMSC3027; EMSC3028; and achieved the best result as shown by the award of the highest average mark in the three EMSC3000 series courses in which the student obtained the best results.
Student prizes are awarded annually. The winner receives a cash sum and one-year GSA membership. For information about the prizes, contact the ACT Division Secretary (details below).
Date: Third Tuesday of each month (Except January)
Venue: Jaeger Lecture Theatre, Jaeger Building (Building 61), Mills Road, Australian National University
Time: 5pm for 5.30pm start
Parking details at ANU
21 October 2014, Canberra
Topic: Geochronology and Thermochronology of the Carajás Granite and Spatially Associated Cu – Au deposits
Speaker: Philip Main
Venue: Jaeger Seminar Room, RSES (building 61), ANU
New members are always welcome!
Come along to a monthly meeting or contact a committee member if you would like to be more involved with the ACT Division committee.
Research School of Earth Sciences,
The Australian National University
Canberra ACT 0200
The Capital Geologist (Newsletter) Editor:
Divisional committee members:
Geological Heritage sub-committee
Doug Finlayson – convenor
ACT Stratigraphy Subcommission
Albert Brakel – Convenor