Geotimes

Geotimes is a free electronic newsfeed for the geoscience community. Originally launched as GeoSpectrum, a newsletter of the American Geosciences Institute in 1995, Geotimes has been reborn as the go-to source of information on AGI's 52 Member Societies. The American Geosciences Institute coordinates and edits Geotimes, but it is the result of contributed materials from societies, geoscience organizations and others in the community.

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Critical Issues: Register today for the AGI Forum on Groundwater Issues!

AGI Forum 2016 Groundwater Issues
Register today for the 2016 Critical Issues Forum on Addressing Changes in Regional Groundwater Resources: Lessons from the High Plains Aquifer, which will be held October 27-28, 2016 in Golden, Colorado. Members of AGI member organizations receive a discount on full priced registration. Book your accommodations by September 30 and register by October 15 for lower rates.  

SEG: Rare Earth and Critical Elements in Ore Deposits

Cover of SEG Reviews in Economic Geology Vol. 18
The Society of Economic Geologists has announced the publication of Reviews in Economic Geology: Rare Earth and Critical Elements in Ore Deposits vol. 18 edited by Philip L. Verplanck and Murray W. Hitzman. This publication covers "This important volume brings the explorationist up to date on our knowledge of lithium, uranium, yttrium, and other rare earth and critical elements.

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Presidential Candidates Respond to Science Questions

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Science Debate announced that the presidential candidates have responded to their 20 Questions. AGI, with 11 AGI member organizations and 44 other nonpartisan U.S. organizations, called on the Presidential candidates to address 20 questions on the most important science, engineering, technology, health, and environment issues facing the next President.

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