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The Geological Society of Australia has negotiated with ScienceAlert to host a geoscience event category on their comprehensive events calendar. Browsing and loading events is free to all, and we encourage all those hosting an event in the geosciences to enter their event, to help build a nationally-representative and up to date calendar. Visit the ScienceAlert website to find out more.

2016 Australia


8 September, Sydney
Geological Society of Australia NSW Division talk

Speaker: Craig O'Neill
Topic: A decade of transition: the future trends in geoscience
Where: Rugby Club, Rugby Place (off 31 Pitt Street), Circular Quay
Time: 5.30 -7.30pm
Free Entry
GSA talks are held the second Thursday of the month.


5 - 9 September, Gold Coast
5th International Conference on Geotechnical
and Geophysical Site Characterisation
, ISC'5
For more information <click here>
Call for abstracts 31 August
Registration open 1 September

5 - 9 September, Perth
13th International Nickel-Copper--PGE Symposium 2016
For more information <click here>


6 - 8 September, Australia

First Asia Pacific Slope Stability in Mining Conference
For more information

8 September 2016
Dr Dave Gray, University of Tasmania
Topic: Musing of North Coast Tasmanian structural geology- a 40 year perspective
Location: Main Lecture Theatre School of Earth Sciences University of Tasmania
Time: 6.00pm – 6.15pm

20 September, Cobar
NSW Department of Industry, Resources and Energy Technical Meeting
Time: 6.30pm for 7.00pm start
Where: Cobar Bowling and Golf Club
Free & for more information <click here>

29 September, Sydney
SMEDG dinner
Speaker: Geoff Loudon
Title: Reflections on Five Decades of Mineral Exploration
Time: pre-dinner drinks commence 6.30pm
Where: Red Room, Level 1, 99 York Street, Sydney
Registration closes 23 September 2016
Cost: $130 per head
For more information and to register: www.smedg.org.au

11 October, Newcastle
The next Hunter Earth Sciences Discussion Group (HEDG) presentation is on Tuesday 11 October at Newcastle Museum.
To celebrate the 2016 Earth Science Week theme of 'Our Shared Geoheritage', Dr Ian Percival and Trudi Semeniuk will present.
Drinks and nibbles from 6pm, with the presentation to start at 6.30pm.
Please RSVP to phil.gilmore@industry.nsw.gov.au by COB on Monday 10 October.


13 October, Maitland - Open Day
To celebrate Earth Science Week, there will be an open day our Maitland office from
10am-1pm on Thursday October 13.
Time: 10.00 - 1.00pm
Where: 516 High Street, Maitland
Contact: simone.meakin@industry.nsw.gov.au


2 December, Adelaide
13th South Australia Exploration and Mining Conference
Website: http://saexplorers.com.au/
For more information <click here>

2016 International


27 August - 4 September 2016, Cape Town, South Africa
35th International Geological Congress

For more information <click here>

5 - 9 September 2016, Prague (Czechg Republic)
The World Multidisciplinary Earth Sciences Symposium– WMESS 2016

For more information <click here>

25 -28 September 2016, Cesme, Turkey
SEG 2016 Conference: Tethyan Tectonics and Metallogeny

For more information <click here>

2017 Australia

19 - 21 April 2017, Perth
Target 2017: Innovating Now for Our Future
University of Western Australia: Octagon Theatre and Uniclub
For more information <click here>


4 – 7 June 2017, Townsville
Future understanding of tectonics, ores, resources, environment and sustainability.
Hosted by the Economic Geology Research Centre (EGRU), James Cook University
www.jcu.edu.au/futores
First Circular

 

2017 International

11-19 February 2017
Hawaii
Discover Volcanims - Hawaii, a trip for all geology enthusiasts
This nine-day (8 night) field trip on the Big Island of Hawaii will expand your knowledge in the field of plate tectonics,
hot spot volcanism and the geologic features and hazards associated with living on an active volcano.  
We will discuss volcanic edifices, eruption styles, magma evolution and see various types of lava flows,
lava lakes, tree molds and lava trees, fault scarps, rifts, craters and calderas

For more details: http://geoetc.com/hawaiifeb17/

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