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Geologic Meetings & Events

Meetings

U2017 Global Uranium Symposium
August 21 - 25, 2017 — RAMKOTA Hotel & Conference Center, Casper, Wyoming

The Central Wyoming Section of the Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration (SME), located in Casper, Wyoming will be hosting the U2017 Global Uranium Symposium. As an added enticement to attend, a total solar eclipse will pass directly through Casper at 11:43 am on August 21st.

2017 Annual Fall Field Conference: Geology of the Ouray-Silverton Area
September 27 - 30, 2017 — San Juan Mountains, Colorado

The 2017 NMGS Fall Field Conference will examine the geologic history of the Ouray- Silverton area of southwestern Colorado.

Geological Society of America's Annual Meeting: 2017
October 22 - 25, 2017 — Seattle, Washington

Abstract Deadline - 1 August, 2017

Early Registration Deadline - 18 August, 2017

Power Plays: Drilling into Geothermal Energy Applications
January 10 - 11, 2018 — SMU Campus, Dallas, Texas
NGWA: Groundwater Issues and Science Affecting Policy and Management in the Southwest
February 26 - 27, 2018 — Albuquerque, NM

National Ground Water Association — Call for abstracts. Deadline: 8/18/2017.

Ongoing

Weekly Geology Seminars at NM Universities

Check the links below for specific topics, dates, and times:

(Please contact the Webmaster if any changes or additions to these seminar listings are needed.)

New Mexico Earth Science Achievement Awards
— Roundhouse, Santa Fe, NM

The New Mexico Earth Science Achievement Award honors individuals who have made significant contributions to advancing or facilitating the role of earth science in the areas of education, research, public service, and public policy in New Mexico.

We are accepting nominations for the next annual Earth Science Achievement Award. This award honors individuals who have made significant contributions to advancing or facilitating the role of earth science in the areas of education, research, public service, and public policy in New Mexico.