9-12 February 2021 - Australian Earth Sciences Convention 2021: Core to Cosmos

Details: The convention will showcase current trends and advances in earth science, including the latest findings on the deep structure and composition of our planet, our diverse crust and surface environments, developments in the energy and resources sectors and critically, the essential role that geoscience plays in our sustainable future. Themes for the convention include:
Theme 1: Energy and resources
Theme 2: Earth structure
Theme 3: Core to crust
Theme 4: Crust, surface and cosmos
Theme 5: Geoscience in society, education and environment
Theme 6: Earth observations and models
Call for Sessions: Click here
Location: Hotel Grand Chancellor, Hobart, Tasmania
Website: Click here


GSA Online Talk

19 November 2019 - ACT Division Meeting
Speaker: Steve Hill (Chief Scientist of Geoscience Australia)
Topic: The next Curnamona mineral discovery is under cover 
Video: Click here to watch Steve's talk


GSAQ Publications

Please click here to view literature published by the QLD Division, including Warwick Willmott's Rocks & Landscapes... book series.

Grants for International Geoscience Program - IGCP meetings as part of the 36th IGC Delhi, 2020 are being accepted

The Australian IGCP national committee is inviting high-quality applications for limited funding to attend IGCP meetings being held during the next International Geological Congress (IGC; in Delhi, India on 2-8 March 2020, that date being the deadline for abstract submission. In all cases the committee requires abstracts to be attached to the application, and notification either with the application or as soon as possible afterwards of formal acceptance. Formal abstracts, extracted from the official abstract ”volumes”, are requested also when available.


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