AEG's 58th Annual Meeting:
Conference at the Confluence
Below the steep slopes of Mount Washington created by three great rivers, the city of Pittsburgh blends its industrial heritage with its forward focus on technology. Throughout this dynamic urban landscape, past and present collide in land use, environmental impacts and shifting economic forces. Come be a part of the AEG 58th Annual Meeting: Conference at the Confluence, which will take place Sept. 19-26 at the Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown. Visit our new Annual Meeting website for complete details.
Sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities
We are expecting over 400 environmental and engineering geology professionals to attend the 2015 Annual Meeting. We have a fantastic technical program planned along with a variety of educational short courses, exciting field trips and special events. A majority of the attendees are leaders and decision makers within their companies. This is a great opportunity to showcase your company to these decision makers. We have a variety of sponsorship opportunities as well as exhibit booths available. Click HERE for more information.
Call for Abstracts (Oral and Poster Presentations) Do not miss this opportunity to provide an oral or poster presentation at this year's meeting! Below is a listing of planned Symposia and proposed Technical Sessions:
• Symposia – Dams, Tunneling, Landslides, Rock Slope Design, Shale Gas Development, Urban Environmental Geology
• General Technical Session Topics – Landslides (Identification and Mitigation), Rockfall Mitigation, Hydrogeology, Environmental Site Characterization, Geotechnical Site Characterization, Seismic Hazards, Coastal Hazards, Licensure and Professional Practice, Mine Reclamation/Subsidence, Geophysics, Remote Sensing (LiDAR/GIS/Aerial Photography)
Abstract submission deadline is May 1, 2015. Abstract Writing and Submission Instructions – click HERE
2015 AEG Professional Forum on Landslides
Time to Face the Landslide Hazard Dilemma:
Bridging Science, Policy, Public Safety, and Potential Loss
February 26-28, 2015 | University of Washington, Seattle, WA
The conference will consist of two days of technical and other presentations by invited speakers, posters, discussion sessions and workshops regarding: landslide hazard assessment and risk methodology, current state and local programs and how these can be integrated into current and potential future national programs, what’s working and where do we need to improve, can we develop consensus recommendations and guidance for agencies responsible for land use, and more. MORE INFORMATION>>