Key Contacts at Information Services
Director, Information Services
(703) 379-2480 ext 231
Assistant to the Director, Information Services
general GeoRef inquiries und auf Deutsch
(703) 379-2480 ext 230
GeoRef Associate Editor
(703) 379-2480 ext 232
GeoRef Associate Editor
(703) 379-2480 ext 248
inquiries on the Groundwater and Soil Contamination Database and in Spanish
(703) 379-2480 ext 240
(703) 379-2480 ext 239
The American Geosciences Institute headquarters is located in the King Street West association complex, a small group of red-brick buildings that are visible from King Street. It is situated about two blocks west of the intersection of Interstate 395 and King Street (Route 7). The street name changes from King Street to Leesburg Pike a few blocks further west along Route 7 at the boundary of Alexandria and Falls Church.
Directions to AGI
AGI is approximately four miles southwest of Washington National Airport and 25 miles southeast of Dulles International Airport. The Pentagon Metro station is approximately a 10 minute cab ride from AGI.
From National Airport
You can reach AGI by car from National Airport in about 15 minutes by either Route A or B. Our building is in the center of the King Street West complex, a small group of red-brick buildings that are visible from King Street.
1. Take the George Washington Memorial Parkway toward Washington.
2. Take Interstate 395 south to the King Street West exit.
3. At the first traffic light (XSport Fitness), turn left onto Park Center Drive.
4. Go one block and turn left at stop sign onto Ford Drive.
5. Go one short block to the cul-de-sac and turn left into the first driveway. Park in any space marked 4220 AGI. The AGI headquarters is the three-story building with an arch out front at the center of the complex.
1. Take the George Washington Memorial Parkway south toward Alexandria.
2. Turn right on Glebe Road, Route 120.
3. Follow signs to Interstate 395 south.
4. Follow steps 3-5 from Route A.
From Downtown Washington DC
Cross the Potomac River on the 14th Street Bridge. Take I-395 south and follow steps 2-5 from Route A above.
You can obtain more detailed driving directions from http://www.mapquest.com.
GeoRef Advisory Committee
The GeoRef Advisory Committee assists the GeoRef Department by developing for the Executive Committee ideas for information products and services and strategies for collecting and providing bibliographic information to the geoscience community.
-Make recommendations on the policies of the GeoRef Information Services.
-Make recommendations on GeoRef products, budget, staffing, coverage, marketing, pricing, production methods, and cooperative agreements.
-May establish task forces to study particular issues, with the consent of the Executive Committee.
GeoRef Advisory Committee Members in 2018
Mr. Dennis Trombatore, Chair
University of Texas at Austin
Walter Geology Library, JGB 4.202-S5438
Austin, TX 78712-1101
Mr. Benjamin Andrews
National Museum of Natural History
10th & Constitution NW
Washington, DC 20560-0119
Mr. Shaun J. Hardy
Carnegie Institution of Washington
DTM-Geophysical Laboratory Library
5241 Broad Branch Road, NW
Washington, DC 20015
Mr. Kevin Lindstrom
University of British Columbia
Science & Engineering, UBC Library Irving K. Barber Learning Centre
1961 East Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1
Ms. Linda R. Musser
Earth & Minerals Sciences Library
Pennsylvania State University
105 Deike Building
University Park, PA 16802-2710
AGI Staff Contact
Ms. Sharon N. Tahirkheli
American Geosciences Institute
4220 King Street
Alexandria, VA 22302-1502