July, 2017

EEGS Newsletter

In This Issue...

  1. EEGS Seeks Volunteer for GSA Annual Conference
  2. Slides & Recordings Online Now for EEGS/AGI Co-sponsored Coastal Hazards Webinar
  3. Dates Announced - Submit Session Topic Ideas to SAGEEP 2018!
  4. Call for Student Chaper Speakers
  5. Latest EEGS Publications Available Now!

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Volunteer Needed at GSA Annual Meeting in Seattle

EEGS is searching for a volunteer to set up our information booth at GSA in Seattle this October.  If you'll be attending the conference and would like to lend a hand, please contact staff@eegs.org for more details.


AGI's Coastal Hazards Webinar - Slides & Recordings Available!

Webinar slides and recordings from AGI's Critical Issues webinar, co-sponsored by EEGS, have been made available on the website.  The webinar featured information about efforts to anticipate, mitigate, and respond to coastal storms, erosion, and associated hazards at the federal, state, and local level. An introductory talk and three case studies from around the U.S. were covered and examples of coastal hazard planning from the Pacific, Gulf, and Atlantic coasts, with a focus on how geoscience informs planning at all stages were featured.


SAGEEP 2018 in Nashville March 25-29 
Submit Your Special Session Topic Ideas by July 31! 


SAGEEP 2018 will be held in Nashville Tennessee, March 25-29, 2018 in a region of North America with numerous attributes of interest to near surface geophysicists. Karst features, including Mammoth Cave, are abundant within a short distance of Nashville; a few hundred miles west lies the New Madrid fault zone, site of two of the largest earthquakes in the continental US (1811-1812), and east Tennessee has issues related to coal mining as well as chemical and nuclear wastes. The Tennessee river flows east to west across most of the state with numerous dams and levees. These features, along with topics of national and international interest (infrastructure, renewable and unconventional energy, water, geohazards, unexploded ordnance, etc.) will form the core of a timely and relevant technical program.  

Technical Co-Chairs Andrew Parsekian and Oliver Kuras are currently soliciting recommendations for topics for Special Sessions and persons willing to help develop those sessions (July 31 deadline). If you would like to help coordinate a session, please contact the technical co-chairs at aparseki@uwyo.edu and oku@bgs.ac.uk.

Questions or recommendations related to the conference can be sent to General Chair William Doll, William.doll@tetratech.com.

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Call for Speakers - EEGS Student Chapters Need Your Expertise!

EEGS Student Chapters are looking for speakers to visit their institutions and speak to the groups. The EEGS website will host a list of names and contact information of willing speakers on the Student Chapters web page. If you are willing to support our student chapters in this manner, let us know. Submit the following to staff@eegs.org: your name, contact information, a brief summary of your area of expertise, and the state or regions in which you might be able to present. Your name will become part of the list, giving our student members the opportunity to tap your experience.

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Latest issues of FastTIMES and the Journal of Environmental & Engineering Geophysics (JEEG) Published

Editor Barry Allred has published the latest issue of FastTIMES - a special issue, Environmental Geophysics. For the latest issue, available online .

Also, Editor Dale Rucker announced that the June issue (vol. 22.2) of the Journal of Environmental & Engineering Geophysics has been published and is available online for EEGS members.

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