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Schlumberger Excellence in Education Development (SEED) is a volunteer-based, nonprofit education program focused on underserved communities where Schlumberger people live and work. SEED empowers employee-volunteers and educators - including teachers, parents and other mentor - to share their...

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The Massachusetts Geological Survey is housed in the Geosciences department at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. We have been in existence since Fall 2002 as the Office of the Massachusetts State Geologist and in 2010 changed to our present name. The office employs a number of geologists...

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The goals and objectives of the Southeastern Geophysical Society (SGS) are: to be the most succesful local geophysical society in America; to provide a service to the membership, local companies, and the regionl focus on education, technology, social and community; to be a force for good in the...

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The Dry Dredgers is an association of amateur geologists dedicated to the knowledge and enjoyment of fossils. It's aim is to stimulate interest in geology, to encourage the collection and identification of fossils, and to participate in field trips and exhibitions.

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The mission of the Council on Undergraduate Research is to support and promote high-quality undergraduate student-faculty collaborative research and scholarship.

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The Kentucky Coal Association's membership represents both Eastern and Western Kentucky operations that mine coal through surface and underground methods. This diversity helps KCA build a consensus approach in problem solving and dealing with the complex issues facing our industry.

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Founded in 1952 by Delmar Smith, Frieda Smith and “Cap” Mentzer, the Roxy Ann Gem and Mineral Society has grown over the years. The society has well over 1000 members with new members joining every month. The society consists of people from all walks of life, who have a passion in the many...

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Our mission is to determine the potential of Alaskan land for production of metals, minerals, fuels, and geothermal resources, the locations and supplies of groundwater and construction material, and the potential geologic hazards to buildings, roads, bridges, and other installations and...

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The Imperial Bone Valley Gem, Mineral & Fossil Society is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting interest in various earth sciences such as Geology, Mineralogy and Paleontology, as well as related fields such as lapidary arts. Through classes offered at the “rock shop,” field...

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The Oxnard Gem & Mineral Society was founded in 1961 in Oxnard, California. The goals of the club are to enrich the lives of the community and the surrounding areas by promoting popular interest and knowledge in geology, mineralogy, lapidary and similar sciences.

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The Ginkgo Mineral Society, Wenatchee Rock Club meets monthly. They perform a variety of activities with members including: rock hunting trips, lapidary arts and rock and gem cutting, rock shows, auctions and more.

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The main goal of the North Dakota Geological Society is to increase the awareness of geology and earth science in the everyday lives of people. We provide educational materials to schools, sponsor educational events, and have provided help or funding to many special projects throughout the state...

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Founded in 1936, WGS offers a variety of ways to increase understanding of our planet. The purpose of WGS is to create an interest in the study of geology; to provide the means for the development of knowledge in geology; and to disseminate information concerning all phases of geology.

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The Monongahela Rockhounds are a mineral, fossil, and lapidary club in the Pittsburgh area. Our mission is to: promote, among its members and the general public, an interest in collection of minerals, fossils, and associated items; promote their use in lapidary work; and promote the study and...

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We are an active and diverse group. From educators to artists, collectors to geology enthusiasts, there are many ways to enjoy rock related hobbies with our club.

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The Society's primary purpose is the dissemination and furtherance of knowledge of mineralogy, gem cutting ad geology, and to stimulate interest in the development of these studies.

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The Seismological Society of America (SSA) is an international scientific society devoted to the advancement of seismology and the understanding of earthquakes for the benefit of society.

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The McPherson Gem and Mineral Club is affiliated with the Rocky Mountain Federation of Mineralogical Societies  and the American Federation of Mineralogical Societies and abides by the AFMS Code of Ethics. Our objectives are to: promote and encourage education of earth sciences; provide an...

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The Southeastern Massachusetts Mineral Club (SEMMC) is a non-profit organization, founded in 1968 and has been in continuous association. Due to its geographical location SEMMC also serves the Boston community and Rhode Island. From its beginnings SEMMC has been envisioned both as an...

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The Cincinnati Mineral Society is a non-profit association of amateur mineralogists and mineral collectors that promote the earth sciences, teach mineral appreciation, and participate in the collection and exhibition of minerals, meteorites, and other geological specimens.

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The Program serves the international scientific community through research, infrastructure, data, and models. We focus on how components of the Critical Zone interact, shape Earth's surface and support life.

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First established in 1838, the Kentucky Geological Survey has investigated mineral, energy and water resources, and geologic hazards of Kentucky for 170 years. As the official geologic research organization for the Commonwealth of Kentucky, our mission is focused on research in earth resources...

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Founded in 1963,The Rutland Rock and Mineral Club is an acttive group of people united by a common bond, What is that bond ? Their excitement about collecting rocks and minerals. The rock has members whose interests span from crystals to gems and lapidary to fossils. People of all ages are...

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The Alaska Geological Society (AGS) is a not-for-profit organization of both professional geoscientists and general earth science enthusiasts.  Our mission is to promote interest in, and understanding of, the geology of Alaska and to provide a forum and common organization for those interested...

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The Boston Mineral Club (BMC) was founded in 1936 to "promote the study and collecting of rocks and minerals, to encourage friendly cooperation among mineralogists and collectors, [and] to promote the study of mineralogy and related arts and sciences coming within the purview of earth sciences...

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The Ozark Earth Science Club promotes everything earth science: rocks, minerals, and more! The club also hosts an annual show, field trips, and programs.

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The Golden Spread Gem & Mineral Society is a not-for-profit group dedicated to educating and promoting gems, fossils, and minerals in the greater Texas Panhandle area.

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The North Dakota Geological Survey was created by an act of the North Dakota Legislature in 1895. After more than 110 years, the Survey still serves as the primary source of geological information in the state. Its mission over the years has grown and is now three-fold: investigating the geology...

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Withlacoochee Rockhounds is a nonprofit organization with the purpose of fostering interest and promoting knowledge of minerals, gems, fossils, and earth sciences.

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Monrovia Rockhounds (MOROKS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing knowledge of the lapidary arts, geology, mineralogy, and other related fields. We belong to both California Federation of Mineral Societies and the American Federation of Mineral Societies.

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The purpose and objective of the Treasure Coast Rock & Gem Society shall be to promote interest in and further education in the various crafts of mineralogy. To this end the Society will provide scholarships and/or grants in the field of earth science to eligible individuals or groups. The...

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The Denver Geophysical Society is a nonprofit organization operated by its members to promote the science of geophysics, especially as it applies to exploration, and to promote the fellowship and cooperation among those persons interested in geophysical problems.

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Through its network of international members, SEPM is dedicated to the dissemination of scientific information on sedimentology, stratigraphy, paleontology, environmental sciences, marine geology, hydrogeology, and many additional related specialties.

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The Memphis Archaeological and Geological Society (MAGS) is a member of the American Federation of Mineralogical Societies and the Southeast Federation of Mineralogical Societies. Mags members promote everything related to archaeology and geological sciences, mineral collecting, and other earth...

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The Southeastern New Hampshire Mineral club holds meetings, shows, and other events for fellow rockhounds.

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The Clackamette Mineral and Gem (CMGC) in Oregon City, Oregon welcomes you to learn about the lapidary arts and earth sciences. Our members enjoy collecting rocks, minerals, and fossil materials. CMGC was established in 1963 and continues to promote interest in the lapidary arts and earth...

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The Earth Science Literacy Initiative (ESLI), funded by the National Science Foundation, has gathered and codified the underlying understandings of Earth Sciences into a succinct document that will have broad-reaching applications in both public and private arenas. It establishes the "Big Ideas...

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The American Society of Mining and Reclamation (ASMR) has evolved from a small West Virginia advisory council, which began in 1973. The focus is to include a broad spectrum of interests since the technology needed to protect, reestablish, or enhance the surface resources of the land is not...

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The Saco Valley Gem & Mineral Club (SVJ&MC) was started to promote popular interest and education in geology, mineralogy, the lapidary arts, and other related subjects. We encourage our members to participate in club activities, including, but not limited to, monthly meetings, workshops...

Resource Type: Geoscience Organizations

The Bozeman Gem and Mineral Club i the oldest "rock club" in Montana. Club members have a wide range of interests including: fossils, mineral specimens, faceting, jewelry design, gemology, geology, and lapidary arts. Through various club programs, affiliations, and activities, we have fun,...

Resource Type: Geoscience Organizations

The Palomar Gem & Mineral Club, a nonprofit corporation open to all adults and young people, was organized to promote the study of rocks, minerals, gems, fossils, and related subjects, such purpose to be developed through regular meetings with educational programs, field trips for the...

Resource Type: Geoscience Organizations

We are a Society of Earth Scientists interested in the natural resources, and geology of the region surrounding Grand Junction, Colorado. We conduct field trips on an ad hoc basis throughout the year and enjoy the comaraderie and diverse expertise of our members. We encourage membership and...

Resource Type: Geoscience Organizations

We are a local chapter of the national AMS designed to serve the local Tallahassee community and the professional meteorological community in North Florida, South Georgia, and Southeast Alabama through outreach and social programs. It is our goal to promote and improve the visibility of...

Resource Type: Geoscience Organizations

Our group, a non-profit corporation, was formed for educational and instructive purposes, to foster the collection and study of minerals, to disseminate knowledge about them, to sponsor field trips to find them, to encourage the use of them in lapidary and faceting studies, etc. and to have a...

Resource Type: Geoscience Organizations

Established in 1919, the Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology (MBMG) continues to fulfill its mandate to collect and publish information on Montana's geology to promote orderly and responsible development of the energy, groundwater, and mineral resources of the State. A non-regulatory state...

Resource Type: Geoscience Organizations

The Tualatin Valley Rock and Gem Club was created solely and exclusively for educational and scientific purposes with a focus on the natural earth sciences. We offer educational resources, field trips, meeting programs and the opportunity to grow your knowledge in this area. Not only are we...

Resource Type: Geoscience Organizations

This society is dedicated to the education and promotion of the Earth sciences and their related arts: geology, petrology, mineralogy, archaeology, lapidary arts, jewelry.

Resource Type: Geoscience Organizations

The Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration (SME) is a professional society (nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation) whose nearly 15,000 membership represents all professionals serving the minerals industry in more than 85 countries. SME members are engineers, geologists, metallurgists,...

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The mission of the Miami Geological Society if to advance the science of geology; to foster the spirit of scientific research; to disseminate information related to geology; and to advance the professional well-being of its members.

Resource Type: Geoscience Organizations

We are organized to promote popular interest and education in the various earth sciences, in particular, mineralogy; to foster exchange of knowledge of lapidary techniques; and to promote good fellowship.

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Waterton Lake in Canada
Geoscience Organizations

The Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) is part of the Earth Sciences Sector of Natural Resources Canada. The GSC is Canada’s oldest scientific agency and one of its first government organizations. It was founded in 1842 to help develop a viable Canadian mineral industry by establishing the...

Cave in Carlsbad Caverns
Geoscience Organizations

The Union Internationale de Spéléologie (UIS) is the international body for caving and speleology. Formed in 1965, its voting members consist of a delegate from each member country. This delegate represents the country's cavers and speleologists, rather than its national body(s). An elected...

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Science Education Organizations

The United States is the first nation to land on the moon and the nation which developed the polio vaccine and invented the light bulb. After decades of dominance in the scientific fields, American schools and universities must work to ensure this country remains competitive in the STEM fields....

Earth from Space showing Africa and Antarctica
Geoscience Organizations

The European Geosciences Union (EGU) is Europe's premier geosciences union, dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in the Earth, planetary, and space sciences, for the benefit of humanity, worldwide. It is a nonprofit international union of scientists with over 12,500 members from all over the...

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Our Mission: The specific purpose of the Yucaipa Valley Gem & Mineral Society, Inc. is to promote the earth sciences, paleontology, and the lapidary arts within the community. The objectives are to have educational meetings, earth science field trips, and exhibitions with members and the...

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