Webinars

AGI hosts webinars on a variety of topics related to the geosciences including webinars about career development, topics of interest to support the success of geoscience academic departments, and discussions with geoscientists and decision makers regarding potential solutions to challenges at the interface of geoscience and society.

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wind mills
Monday, June 28, 2021 3:00 PM EDT | 2 hours
Series: Critical Minerals Mapping Initiative

The global economy is unprepared for the unprecedented growing demand for critical minerals. These materials are crucial for the proliferation of technologies and industries that have become vital for social and economic well-being the world over but they are vulnerable to supply disruption and have been of limited economic interest until recently. Given their importance, in December 2019 the geoscience organizations of Geoscience Australia (GA), the Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) and the U.S.

dry soil
Wednesday, July 21, 2021 1:00 PM EDT | 1 hour
Series: GOLI Webinars
CEUs: 1.00

Communities that rely on surface water resources via sand and gravel wells are vulnerable to the impacts of drought on water supplies. In 2020, much of New England experienced an extreme drought due to lack of sufficient precipitation from May through September, which resulted in water restrictions across Connecticut, Maine, and Rhode Island.1 Communities that have both bedrock wells and sand and gravel wells are more resilient during drought because they are able to switch between surface water and groundwater resources as needed in order to mitigate water resource limitations.

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