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23rd International Symposium on Environmental Biogeochemistry

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Explore environmental biogeochemistry at Australia's gateway to the Great Barrier reef at the 23rd International Symposium on Environmental Biogeochemistry in Palm Cove Australia. This event is hosted by the International Society for Environmental Biogeochemistry, and information on abstract deadlines and research topics is available here

Upcoming Petroleum History Symposium: July 13-15 in Findlay, OH

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Save the date for the Petroleum History Institute's (PHI) upcoming Symposium. This year's event will be held in Findlay, Ohio, from July 13 to July 15. Visit the PHI website for information or check out the attached flyer. Registration details are forthcoming.

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Need a Summer Hobby? Explore Caving With NSS! #caves

Cover of the Guide to Responsible Caving That Shows People Exploring a Cave.
Caving is an age-old hobby that brings people together to explore the worlds that exist beneath our feet. The National Speleological Society (NSS) is a member of AGI and promotes responsible and safe caving practices. If you've never been caving, you can explore caves with one of the over 250 NSS chapters called Grottos.

Spring has Sprung! Is the #Soil in Your Raised Bed Healthy?

Raised vegetable beds for wheelchair access.
As we emerge from winter, and start planting for the summer the Soil Science Society of America published some tips - from the soil scientist perspective - for your perfect raised bed garden. Have you considered if your raised bed garden will a permanent or temporary structure? When was the last time you assessed your garden's soil health? These tips will give your plants room to grow, and keep your harvest safe from soil contaminants! 

Hendratta Ali Recognized as the Inspirational Geoscience Educator Award #ACE2017 #geoscience

Richard Hughes Named GSL Executive Secretary

Photo of new GSL Executive Secretary Richard Hughes
The Geological Society of London announced that Richard Hughes will lead the organization starting in May. He is a fellow of the organization, and a chartered geologist. He currently Director of Business Development at the Coal Authority and was previously the Director of Information at the British Geological Survey. 


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