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Free workshop on #geoscience librarianship set for October 21

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“Geoscience Librarianship 101” – a full-day introduction to earth science information resources and their organization – will be presented by the Geoscience Information Society (GSIS) on Saturday, October 21 in Seattle, Washington.  Registration is free and open to all information professionals as well as students in library and information studies.

 

Call for Abstracts - Seismology of the Americas #earthquake

Coral Beach, Isla Verde, Puerto Rico
The Seismological Society of America and the Latin American and Caribbean Seismological Commission have put out a call for sessions for the 2018 "Seismology of the Americas" Meeting. Topics of interest may include, but are not limited to: recent major earthquakes; earthquake early warning

When Does a Rock Become Soil? SSSA Shares! #soil

Measuring soil color.
Soils and rocks are inextricably related, and geoscientists study both. The Soil Science Society of America answers one VERY important question in their Soils Matter blog, and that is, "When does a rock become soil?" Learn the recipe for making soils, and breakdown when a soil becomes a rock (pun intended) in their latest post!

 

 

Professional Protip: Job Interview Questions from AGU Career Services #workforce

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The American Geophysical Union (AGU) published a helpful piece in Eos for any scientist who has, or may, seek employment straight from the AGU Career Services and Talent Pool team members. Readers are walked through the traditional interview questions, and some of the best ways to answer them. Definitely a piece all geos should check out! Interested in more information about a career in the geosciences?

What Are You Doing New Year's Eve? Consider NSS' Bat Ball! #caves

Promotional Poster for the NSS Bat Ball.
The National Speleological Society is hosting their second Bat Ball to ring in 2018. If you're in Huntsville, Alabama consider hanging out with some cavers and celebrate the New Year with dinner, dancing and a champagne toast! Caver-made craft libations will featured to keep the party going. In addition to the Bat Ball, guests are encouraged to camp for the long weekend and take in the sights, both above- and below-ground.

AEG: Defending Licensure in an Era of Reregulation and Deregulation #geoscience

Cover of the July 2017 AEG News
The Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists continues to track changes and challenges to professional geologist licensure across different states. In addition to a current summary, a new article in the July 2017 issue of AEG News also discusses potential ways to track bills targeting licensure at the state level, including creating something of an "early warning system" of volunteers tasked with tracking these issues in their state.

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