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Geotimes: The Impending Coastal Crisis

Coastlines are the most dynamic feature on the planet. In the March issue, Geotimes magazine looks into the risks of increased development along our coastlines and what that means for erosion, flooding and future development.

AGI to Exhibit at 2008 AAG Annual Meeting

For the first time, the American Geological Institute (AGI) will be exhibiting at the Association of American Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts. The largest geographic conference in the world will feature more than 6,000 geographers and 54 exhibitors.

Geotimes Explores Oil Around the World

With oil hovering around $90 a barrel, Geotimes magazine examines emerging trends and issues in several obvious, and some not-so-obvious locations, in this month?s cover story ?Oil Around the World.?

AGI and USGS Sponsor Photography Exhibit

"Stones from the Sky: Landscapes of Geology" the exhibit featuring the stunning aerial photography of Michael Collier, is currently on display in the U.S. Geological Survey Art Hallway.

AGI and AGIF Establish Award for Exemplary K-8 Earth Science Teacher

The American Geological Institute (AGI) and the AGI Foundation are pleased to announce the creation of the Edward C. Roy, Jr. Award for Excellence in Earth Science Teaching. Given annually, this award recognizes one classroom teacher from kindergarten to eighth grade for his or her leadership and innovation in earth science education.