This category is for any organization or association specifically related to, or promoting the earth sciences.
An association that supports and promotes geology in the state through scholarship, education, science fairs, field trips, a newsletter and monthly luncheons.
A nonprofit federation of 32 geoscientific and professional associations that represent geologists, geophysicists, and other earth scientists. Information services to geoscientists, geoscience education, and strives to increase public awareness of the role the geosciences play in mankind's use of resources and interaction with the environment.
Texas section of the American Institute of Professional Geologists (AIPG). Representing geologists in Texas, U.S., and overseas.
Information about the societies annual show, club meetings and local learning opportunities. Archive copies of a monthly magazine the 'Rock Rattler'.
Society meets on a regular basis in Dudley UK, for local geology and lectures.
The BAPG was promotes the geological sciences in Western New York.
A GeoInformatics project involving individuals, groups, and organizations to create a dynamic framework for Earth history research.
An amateur society based in north west England. Particularly concerned with Carboniferous geology and the Crinoidea.
A constituent member of the Southwest Section of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists. It aims to advance the professional interests of all geoscientists in the Dallas area.
Society for the education and networking of Oil/Gas Professionals and Geologists and Geophysicists.
Amateur geological society with field trip reports, lecture programme, events calendar and articles.
A national geoscience society, publisher and distributor of geoscience books and journals, including Geoscience Canada, GEOLOG, Geotext and Palaeontographica Canadiana.
Promotes the advancement of earth sciences in Malaysia and South East Asia.
Provides information on activities and events, publications, membership, groups, education and jobs.
UK society which publishes "Humberside Geologist." Membership information and schedule of events.
To promote international cooperation in the application and use of mathematics in geological research and technology.
Information on the major interest areas of the IAOS including obsidian hydration dating, obsidian characterization, geoarchaeological obsidian studies, obsidian and lithic technology and the prehistoric procurement and utilization of obsidian.
Non-governmental scientific organization which promotes and supports the study of geological problems of world-wide significance, and facilitates international and interdisciplinary cooperation in the earth sciences.
Professional association for geoscientists in Ireland. Includes membership information, position openings, events announcements, and publications.
The LGA, established 1874, holds monthly lecture and field meetings exploring aspects of the geology and scenery of Leeds, Yorkshire and beyond. Membership is open to all.
Professional society focused on the teaching of geosciences at all levels, including K-12 teachers, college and university faculty, and educators working with the general public.
For scientists and engineers involved with coal petrology, kerogen petrology, organic geochemistry and related disciplines.
Committed to advancing the science and discovery of mineral resources through research, publications, courses, and field trips. Based in Littleton, CO.
Advancing the geosciences, enhancing the professional growth of its members, and promoting the geosciences in the service of humankind.
A scientific, non-profit organization for the advancement and promotion of geology, theoretical as well as applied, and related fields of natural and technological sciences. Founded 1871. [Swedish, English]
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