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Upcoming Events

Workshop on Risk Assessments for Dam and Levee Foundations

The Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists (AEG), Dams Technical Working Group, is proud to present a workshop that focuses on the role and contribution of engineering geologists and geotechnical engineers in the Risk Informed Decision Making (RIDM) process in managing dam and levee safety programs.  Risks associated with geological potential failure modes and communicating these conditions to the Risk Assessment (RA) team will be emphasized including the methodology, and implementation of RA for dam and levee foundations. The event will be held at the Denver West Marriott in Denver Colorado on April 24-26, 2019.

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AEG Coastal Hazards Symposium: Engulfing the Coast


The AEG Coastal Hazards Technical Working Group is hosting a Coastal Hazards Professional Forum at Dauphin Island Sea Lab, Alabama. This 3-day forum event will be devoted to technical and regulatory policy issues with a half-day field trip around the barrier beach island included and an optional half-day tour of the marine laboratory facilities. Keynote speakers, student poster sessions, exhibitor displays, and a banquet will be available to attendees of this first-ever AEG Coastal Hazards Forum. 

Call for Abstracts!  Deadline for Submitting is December 1, 2018!  
Abstracts should be submitted here by December 1, 2018, and limited to 500 words for publication in the program with abstracts. 

To login, use “aeg” as the username and “coastal2019” for the password.   

Abstract submissions will be reviewed and selected by the Coastal Hazards Technical Working Group. Notification of acceptance/rejection will be provided via e-mail by December 1, 2018.

Save the Date

AEG Annual Meeting

Save the date for the 2019 AEG Annual Meeting in stunning Asheville, North Carolina, September 17-22, 2019. For more information please click here

“Geologists’ Day – Do Something Extra”

Geologists’ Day is recognized annually on September 20, a date which often falls during or near the AEG Annual Meeting. This is a day when each member and friend of AEG should advocate for geoscience and geologists, and do something extra! Click here for ideas on how you can help promote your industry!

2018-2019 Jahns Distinguished Lecturer

The 2018-2019 Jahns Distinguished Lecturer is Deborah Green  -- find out more.

AEG Publications

The 2017 Annual Report/2018 Directory of Members is available for members to view online. You must be signed in to view.

The latest issue of the Environmental & Engineering Geoscience journal is available for members to view online. You must be signed in to view current and past issues.

The latest issue of the AEG News is available to view online. 

Geology of the Cities of the World Series

Check out the newest installments of the Geology of the Cities of the World series. Both were released at the 2018 Annual Meeting/XIII IAEG Congress this September.





This installment focuses on the Geology of Sacramento



  This installment focuses on the Geology of San Francisco. 


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11/24/2018 » 11/28/2018
GeoMEast 2018 International Congress and Exhibition: Sustainable Civil Infrastructures

  January 7-10, 2019
Coastal Hazards Forum
Engulfing the Coast
Dauphin Island, Alabama 
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