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American Geosciences Institute The American Geosciences Institute is a nonprofit federation of geoscientific and professional associations, representing more than 260,000 geoscientists.
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The American Geosciences Institute is a nonprofit federation of geoscientific and professional associations, representing more than 250,000 geoscientists.

Mission: AGI represents and serves the geoscience community by providing collaborative leadership and information to connect Earth, science, and people.

Beginning June 17, get ready for an epic adventure through dinosaur country to discover the mysterious creatures and biz...
06/09/2020
Coming Soon — Prehistoric Road Trip

Beginning June 17, get ready for an epic adventure through dinosaur country to discover the mysterious creatures and bizarre ecosystems that have shaped Earth as we know it. With popular YouTube personality Emily Graslie as host and guide, the new PBS series PREHISTORIC ROAD TRIP, produced by Chicago’s PBS station WTTW, takes viewers on a journey to some of the world’s most active and dynamic fossil sites for an unforgettable expedition through hundreds of millions of years. Watch on PBS stations nationwide on Wednesdays, June 17 - July 1, 2020 at 10/9c, and stream online, on PBS member station websites, and on the PBS app. Learn more at https://interactive.wttw.com/prehistoric-road-trip-coming-soon

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See AGI’s newest Geoscience Currents data brief for insights from early responses about the changes in instructional env...
06/09/2020

See AGI’s newest Geoscience Currents data brief for insights from early responses about the changes in instructional environments during the Spring 2020 term from COVID-19. In addition to shifting to only instruction during the Spring 2020 term, the majority of responding departments converted lab sections into virtual or at-home activities, and nearly two-thirds converted lab sections to computational approaches. Across most departments, field courses were converted to virtual experiences or were cancelled. Nearly all departments deferred both faculty and student research during the Spring 2020 term, and nearly one-third cancelled planned research activities. Active research was more frequently cancelled for undergraduate students than for graduate students or faculty members. We will continue to provide current snapshots on the impacts of COVID-19 on the geoscience enterprise throughout the year. Learn more at www.americangeosciences.org/geoscience-currents

Check out the “Leadership Strategies for Equity and Inclusion in the Geosciences” webinar from the 2017 AGU/AGI Heads an...
06/05/2020
Leadership Strategies for Equity and Inclusion in the Geosciences

Check out the “Leadership Strategies for Equity and Inclusion in the Geosciences” webinar from the 2017 AGU/AGI Heads and Chairs Series. This free webinar recording provides a briefing from one of the teams involved in NSF-supported efforts to boost equity and inclusion in the geosciences. View now at https://www.americangeosciences.org/webinars/leadership-strategies-equity-and-inclusion-geosciences

A briefing from one of the teams involved in recent NSF-supported efforts to boost equity and inclusion in the geosciences.

06/05/2020

Check out the Professional Geoscientists Ontario’s 2020 Virtual Symposium: Exploring the Convergence of Professional Geoscience, Public Policy, Regulatory Requirements, Standards and Protection of the Public.

This online event consists of four 2.5 hour-panel sessions offered weekly: June 30, July 7, July 14 and July 21 from 9am to 11:30am EST. The sessions encompass regulatory changes, ethical and sustainability questions, working collaboratively, and new developments in professional practice.

The PGO is a self-regulatory body whose mission is to protect the public by regulating Ontario registered geoscientists and advancing professional practice. Learn more at https://www.pgo.ca/events/2020-annual-symposium

The Geological Society of America (GSA) will be hosting a free webinar, “Weathering the Storm in the Current Oil and Gas...
06/05/2020

The Geological Society of America (GSA) will be hosting a free webinar, “Weathering the Storm in the Current Oil and Gas Crisis,” on Wednesday, 10 June 2020, at 11am MDT.

“Weathering the Storm” is a framework presentation and discussion that attempts to put in perspective the severity of the current 2020 energy crisis and what one might do now to plan for the future. The crisis of 2020 is just one of eight previous economic storms that have occurred between 1970 and 2020. As geoscientists, we identify the downturns as economic sequence boundaries that have happened multiple times over a 40-year period during the course of our collective careers. The presenters, who are global energy experts and GSA members, will share their experiences in a historical look back about what they did to survive the previous storms and how they managed to continue their careers, and even thrive, during times of trouble. Top 10 tips will be offered as “Things to Consider” and “How to Prepare” during the current downturn. Special emphasis will be given on some of the bright opportunity areas and technology changes that will emerge, making us and our profession more resilient to future storms.

To register for this free event, please visit: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8128774533542534924

At a time when pandemic conditions are causing confusion in many areas of life, one thing remains certain: Earth Science...
06/05/2020
Earth Science Week

At a time when pandemic conditions are causing confusion in many areas of life, one thing remains certain: Earth Science Week will take place October 1-17, 2020! Now is the time to plan and prepare. How would educators like students to enjoy, explore, and learn about geoscience during Earth Science Week?

They can promote this year’s theme - “Earth Materials in Our Lives” - by preparing activities that help all students explore Earth science in the classroom or at home. Start with the exciting classroom activities featured on the Earth Science Week website.

Leading up to the October celebration, educators and others may see Earth Science Week events, both local and nationwide, listed online. But even if remote learning is still in effect this fall, they can find great ideas for education in reports on successful past events and recommendations for other ways to get involved: http://www.earthsciweek.org

SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology) is a vibrant international community that promotes the full spectrum of sedimenta...
06/04/2020
SEPM - Home

SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology) is a vibrant international community that promotes the full spectrum of sedimentary geoscience. Learn more at https://www.sepm.org

Participate in the Geoscience COVID-19 survey to help us better understand how workplace and instructional environments ...
06/03/2020

Participate in the Geoscience COVID-19 survey to help us better understand how workplace and instructional environments are changing in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and to discover which of these changes will be permanent.
For more information about the survey, visit www.americangeosciences.org/workforce/covid19

What is energy? From what Earth materials do we derive energy? How much energy do humans use? Free, interdisciplinary ed...
06/03/2020
Energy Literacy: Essential Principles for Energy Education

What is energy? From what Earth materials do we derive energy? How much energy do humans use? Free, interdisciplinary education materials and videos are available to answer important questions like these - and to foster a more energy literate nation.

AGI’s Center for Geoscience & Society has produced corresponding education materials, including videos in English and Spanish, student and teacher guides, a “quick start” guide to energy literacy, lesson connections, and guidance on aligning energy literacy lessons with the Next Generation Science Standards. Also, AGI provides links to many resources available through AGI member societies and partners.

Essential Principles and Fundamental Concepts for Energy Education resources are available on the U.S. Department of Energy website at http://energy.gov/energyliteracy. For more information and resources, visit AGI’s Center for Geoscience & Society at http://www.americangeosciences.org/center-for-geo

Energy Literacy: Essential Principles for Energy Education

The Geological Society of America (GSA) will be hosting a free webinar, “Weathering the Storm in the Current Oil and Gas...
06/02/2020

The Geological Society of America (GSA) will be hosting a free webinar, “Weathering the Storm in the Current Oil and Gas Crisis,” on Wednesday, 10 June 2020, at 11am MDT.

“Weathering the Storm” is a framework presentation and discussion that attempts to put in perspective the severity of the current 2020 energy crisis and what one might do now to plan for the future. The crisis of 2020 is just one of eight previous economic storms that have occurred between 1970 and 2020. As geoscientists, we identify the downturns as economic sequence boundaries that have happened multiple times over a 40-year period during the course of our collective careers. The presenters, who are global energy experts and GSA members, will share their experiences in a historical look back about what they did to survive the previous storms and how they managed to continue their careers, and even thrive, during times of trouble. Top 10 tips will be offered as “Things to Consider” and “How to Prepare” during the current downturn. Special emphasis will be given on some of the bright opportunity areas and technology changes that will emerge, making us and our profession more resilient to future storms.

To register for this free event, please visit: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8128774533542534924

Participate in the Geoscience COVID-19 survey to help us better understand how workplace and instructional environments ...
06/01/2020

Participate in the Geoscience COVID-19 survey to help us better understand how workplace and instructional environments are changing in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and to discover which of these changes will be permanent.
For more information about the survey, visit www.americangeosciences.org/workforce/covid19

Does the need for carbon-free renewable energy outweigh the potential risks to wildlife habitats, cultural and historica...
06/01/2020
Public Room: Solar Energy Classroom Investigation | Bureau of Land Management

Does the need for carbon-free renewable energy outweigh the potential risks to wildlife habitats, cultural and historical resources, and recreation areas? Middle school teachers can explore this question with their students through “Solar-Generated Electricity,” just one of the teaching guides in the Classroom Investigation Series of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

The unit describes how solar facilities on public lands work, examines the tradeoffs in detail, and illuminates the factors that affect decisions about where to build solar electricity plants. Each activity includes learning objectives and teacher preparation steps, background information, lesson procedures, adaptations to consider, assessment, and student handouts. Find the PDF on the BLM website at https://www.blm.gov/documents/national-office/public-room/educational-material/solar-energy-classroom-investigation

Welcome to this Classroom Investigation Series unit about solar-generated electricity on public lands. From its three activities, students will learn how solar facilities generate electricity, the tradeoffs involved in large-scale solar facilities, and the interest groups that inform Bureau of Land....

The Karst Information Portal is a free on-line library with thousands of reports and publications in many languages from...
05/29/2020
Karst Information Portal @ University of South Florida Libraries

The Karst Information Portal is a free on-line library with thousands of reports and publications in many languages from dozens of countries around the world. It is a project of the National Cave and Karst Research Institute in partnership with The University of South Florida Libraries, International Union of Speleology, and the University of New Mexico. The Portal is used by explorers, managers, educators, and scientists to advance their activities in cave and karst studies.

For the past couple of years, over 200,000 research papers and other reports are downloaded each year at no cost. Each day, new reports are added to the Portal. Recent additions include studies on speleothems and paleoclimates, cave protection and management, karst hydrology and geomorphology, bats, archaeology, and karst in conglomerate rocks.

If you would like to include your research, newsletter, journal, thesis, or other publications on the Karst Information Portal where everyone can learn from your work, then go to the website above, click on “Help” and send a message. Learn more at https://digital.lib.usf.edu/karst

The Karst Information Portal is an open-access digital library linking scientists, managers, and explorers to quality information resources in order to inform research, to enhance collaboration, and to address policy decisions concerning karst environments. What is Karst? Globally, more than a billi...

AGI congratulates Randy Fiser on becoming the American Geophysical Union’s CEO and executive director, effective August ...
05/28/2020
AGU’s next CEO and Executive Director will be Randy Fiser - From The Prow

AGI congratulates Randy Fiser on becoming the American Geophysical Union’s CEO and executive director, effective August 17, 2020. A skilled executive with strong collaborative and administrative skills, Mr. Fiser has a proven track record of working with membership organizations to advance their mission. Mr. Fiser joins AGU from the American Society of Interior Designers, where he was the CEO and president. Learn more at https://fromtheprow.agu.org/agus-next-ceo-and-executive-director-will-be-randy-fiser/

Randy was the clear choice for this position because he is passionate about AGU's mission and vision, has a demonstrated ability to creatively lead organizations and shares AGU's commitment to advancing diversity and inclusion.

Since its founding in 1917, the American Association of Petroleum Geologists has been a pillar of the worldwide scientif...
05/28/2020
Successful Exploration Starts Here

Since its founding in 1917, the American Association of Petroleum Geologists has been a pillar of the worldwide scientific community. The original purpose of AAPG, to foster scientific research, to advance the science of geology, to promote technology, and to inspire high professional conduct, still guides the Association today. AAPG provides publications, conferences, and educational opportunities to geoscientists and disseminates the most current geological information available to the general public. AAPG is a nonprofit corporation recognized by the IRS as an Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(6) organization. As the world's premier professional association for explorationists, AAPG is about the science of petroleum geology. It's also about the people. AAPG's membership is made up of about 40,000 members in 129 countries in the upstream energy industry who collaborate – and compete – to provide the means for humankind to thrive. AAPG provides the network of communications that allow those professionals to succeed. Learn more at https://www.aapg.org

Participate in the Geoscience COVID-19 survey to help us better understand how workplace and instructional environments ...
05/27/2020

Participate in the Geoscience COVID-19 survey to help us better understand how workplace and instructional environments are changing in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and to discover which of these changes will be permanent.
For more information about the survey, visit www.americangeosciences.org/workforce/covid19

Looking for teaching resources? Check out a page called “Freebies for Science Teachers” on the National Science Teaching...
05/26/2020
NSTA: Freebies for Science Teachers

Looking for teaching resources? Check out a page called “Freebies for Science Teachers” on the National Science Teaching Association website. Updated periodically, this searchable “array of free resources for you and your classroom” frequently features online links to publications, CD-ROMs, DVDs, videos, kits, and other materials for Earth science education: http://www.nsta.org/publicatioNs/freebies.aspx?lid=tnavhp

Resources for science teachers

Congratulations to AGI Executive Committee Member at Large Paul Weimer on receiving the 2020 Sidney Powers Memorial Awar...
05/22/2020
Triumph and Reinvention

Congratulations to AGI Executive Committee Member at Large Paul Weimer on receiving the 2020 Sidney Powers Memorial Award, the American Association of Petroleum Geologists’ lifetime achievement award! Learn more: https://explorer.aapg.org/story/articleid/56973/triumph-and-reinvention

The Sidney Powers Memorial Award is, among everything else it represents, AAPG’s lifetime achievement award. But, more than the Association simply recognizing outstanding individuals who have contributed to the advancement of petroleum geology, the Powers medal also puts a marker by these award wi...

The National Association of State Boards of Geology (ASBOG) serves as a connective link among the individual state geolo...
05/22/2020
National Association of State Boards of Geology

The National Association of State Boards of Geology (ASBOG) serves as a connective link among the individual state geologic registration licensing boards for the planning and preparation of uniform procedures and the coordination of geologic protective measures for the general public.

One of ASBOG's principal services is to develop standardized written examinations for determining qualifications of applicants seeking licensure as professional geologists. State boards of registration are provided with uniform examinations that are valid measures of competency related to the practice of the profession. Examination candidates are provided with a copy of the Professional Geologist Candidate Handbook which delineates the format and outline for the exam. Learn more at https://www.asbog.org

The sixth annual Earth Educators’ Rendezvous on July 13-17, 2020, will be a virtual experience. Events include workshops...
05/21/2020
Rendezvous 2020

The sixth annual Earth Educators’ Rendezvous on July 13-17, 2020, will be a virtual experience. Events include workshops, oral and poster sessions, teaching demonstrations, panel discussions, and plenary talks.

The program is designed to appeal to everyone working in all aspects of undergraduate Earth education, including a mix of college faculty, graduate students, K-12 teachers, informal educators, practitioners, administrators, and researchers. Participants can learn about new teaching approaches, discover opportunities in research programs, prepare for an academic career, or discuss how to approach teaching and learning challenges. Learn more and register at https://serc.carleton.edu/earth_rendezvous/2020/index.html

July 13-17, 2020 | Online Rendezvous is going virtual! View the Program » and Register today! » Who is Rendezvous for? Our program is designed to appeal to everyone working in all aspects of ...

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From our Executive Director

We are so grateful to the geoscience community for all the success we’ve shared over the past year, not to mention past decades. The American Geosciences Institute (AGI) had good reason to celebrate its 70th anniversary in 2018. The past 70 years have seen tremendous progress in the geosciences. And AGI has been there, every step of the way, representing geoscientists, advancing their interests, and elevating the profession.

Today AGI provides a unified voice for more than 50 member societies and over a quarter-million geoscientists across the country and around the world. That voice arises from a shared vision for the geosciences. As our mission statement announces proudly, we represent and serve the geoscience community by providing collaborative leadership and information to connect Earth, science, and people.

How? One great example can be found in the way AGI recently collaborated with partners such as the Geological Society of America, the New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, and the National Park Service. Geoscientists from various organizations, agencies, and corporations worked together under AGI’s leadership to provide a day-long field trip for students from New Mexico’s Jemez Pueblo, who explored evidence of volcanic processes in and around Valles Caldera National Preserve.

“[Scientists] were opening their eyes to how much geology is around them — and how much they actually rely on it for their daily lives,” said Earth Science Education Ambassador Sally Jewell, who played an instrumental part in the activity.

One student, asked to describe her interest in the subject matter, simply exclaimed, “I love rocks!”

It is by making these connections — and by forging these partnerships — that AGI engages young people, fuels learning, and supports the profession in myriad ways. Since it was established 70 years ago under a directive of the National Academy of Sciences, the AGI federation has met the challenges of our times with high-impact programs, products, and services promoting the geosciences.

The work we do together is so very important. Geoscience, after all, is the “bedrock” science — combining principles of chemistry, physics, biology, and additional sciences in practical applications.

Generating energy. Producing food. Building homes. Discovering raw materials. Safeguarding the environment. Monitoring climate. Mitigating disasters. Strengthening education. Creating jobs. And so much more.

Geoscience provides the lens through which we most clearly view the possibilities of our world. As geoscientists, we understand that examining the past allows us to look ahead with enhanced certainty, capacity, and hope for the future.

So I invite you to join us in looking back over what AGI and the geoscience community have accomplished together over the past year — and looking forward to what we can achieve in the years to come.

Allyson K. Anderson Book Executive Director


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