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Latest Issue of JEEG  Published
The June, Vol. 20.2, issue has been published and is available onlineJEEG wants your manuscripts: Find out more at jeeg.allentrack.net.


FastTIMES Latest Issue Vol. 20.2, Special Topic:  Archaeological Geophysics (6.5 MB)


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Latest FastTIMES Published!

The lastest issue of FastTIMES, 20.2, June, 2015 is available for viewing and download.  This issue features a special topic:  Archaeological Geophysics.  To ensure you are receiving our notices of publication, be sure to update your profile, including your current email address.  Just log in to the web site with your Username and Password (if you have forgotten your log in information, click Login in the grey box - upper right-hand corner - and click the "Forgot your username?" or "Forgot your password?" to retrieve your information).  If you do not have a Username and Password, contact EEGS at staff@eegs.org.

Call for Articles:  September, 2015 FastTIMES 

The editors of FastTIMES encourage those who are interested in submitting an article for the next issue to do so by September 1.  The September FastTIMES will feature a thought-provoking article on seismic refraction data analysis by Derecke Palmer (The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia).  The September FastTIMES issue will also provide a supplement to the June FastTIMES special issue on archaeological geophysics.  The submission deadline is September 1, 2015 to those interested in having their archaeological geophysics article published in the September issue.Author guidelines can be found at http://www.eegs.org/author-guidelines.  If you have questions, please contact Barry Allred (Barry.Allred@ars.usda.gov). 

EEGS Dedicates the Gold Award to John Nicholl

alt Since 2002, EEGS has presented the Gold Award which recognizes an individual who has made exceptional contributions to the engineering and environmental geophysics community and to EEGS. In September, 2014,  EEGS lost one of its most active and loyal members, John Nicholl. John served in many roles for EEGS including President for more years than anyone else, much to his chagrin. He was also the 2006 Gold Award recipient.  John graduated from the Colorado School of Mines in 1979 with a degree in Geophysical Engineering.  At the time of his death, he was working for URS (formerly Woodward-Clyde) since 1989.  To honor this man of integrity and honesty, the EEGS Board of Directors voted to rename the Gold Award the John Nicholl Memorial Award.  The first recipient, Dr. Bruce D. Smith, received the award at SAGEEP 2015 in Austin, Texas USA during the Opening Session.