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| A Special Message From Scott Burns, Past President, IAEG
Welcome to our 38th IAEG Connector, the electronic newsletter connecting engineering geologists around the world!
In this issue, we introduce our new editors for the Bulletin who are taking over for Dr. Martin Culshaw who was so successful as the editor for the past five years! Dr. Louis Wong actually started last year, and Professor Resat Ulusay has joined the team this past month! Both have the title of Editor-in-Chief! The bulletin is in good hands! We welcome both of these gentlemen to their editorships!
Scott Burns, Past President, IAEG
IAEG Electronic Newsletter 2018 Issue No. 4
January 18, 2019
Meet the new editors of the IAEG Bulletin!
Dr. Louice Wong (on the left) and Prof. Resat Ulusay (on the right)
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Geology Applied to Engineering represents a thorough and up-to-date textbook for courses in Applied PhysicaI Geology, Geology for Engineers and Engineering Geology at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. It
contains appropriate information for geologists and engineers who are involved in designing and constructing
engineering structures, as all structures are located either on the Earth or in the Earth, or composed of earth
materials. This textbook also provides the fundamentals of subject material included in the Examination for
Professional Licensure of Geologists, a growing need for geologists who work in the public sector.
Nepalese Society of Engineering Geologists
“Engineering Geology and Geotechniques for Developing Countries”
12-13 May 2019, Kathmandu, Nepal
The main aim of this congress is to unite all geoengineers, civil engineers, city/urban planners, engineering geologists, geoscientists, disaster experts, social welfare researchers and professionals in a single platform to share and give exact solutions to the global society through transferring knowledge and skills from the from highland/mountain to lowland/low lying areas and vice versa.
11 May 2019 (Saturday): Pre-conference excursions
12 May 2019 (Sunday): Inaugural program followed by technical sessions and Welcome Reception
13 May 2019 (Monday): Technical Sessions
14-16 May 2019: Post-conference Excursion
The Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists 2019 Annual Meeting invites you to submit an abstract for publication and presentation at the 67th Annual Meeting in Asheville, North Carolina, Sept. 17-22. Abstract online submittal is now open. The deadline to submit your abstract is May 1. For complete meeting details and to register, please visit www.aegannualmeeting.org.
The Annual Conference SAGEEP 2019 is in Portland in March 2019 and features a full parallel Geohazards Conference including hazards for manmade structures like dams and levees and also a parallel Shallow Marine and Coastal Geophysics Conference, both of which should be of interest to AEG. AEG participation/contribution would be most welcomed.
The Korean Society of Engineering Geology
Jeju Island, Republic of Korea (South Korea)
Call for abstracts
12th ARC of IAEG is calling for abstracts towards engineering geologists around the globe to make this conference meaningful and fruitful. Please be noticed with the information as follows.
Click here for more information and abstract submission guidelines.
- Abstract submission deadline — April 30
- Abstract acceptance/rejection notification — May 31
- Pre-registration opens — June
- Earlybird registration deadline (standard registration opens) — July
A Korean icebreaker made its way to one of the most remote parts of the ocean in 2011 and 2013, an area near Antarctica and south of New Zealand. There it dredged up material from the seafloor that revealed a previously unknown region of Earth's molten deeps.
While exploring Namibia, the desert country in southern Africa, a team of geologists from West Virginia University stumbled upon a peculiar land formation — flat desert scattered with hundreds of long, steep hills. They quickly realized the bumpy landscape was shaped by drumlins, a type of hill often found in places once covered in glaciers.
The Landslide Blog
Cuajone mine in Peru is a giant mine and smelter located at an elevation of 3,400 metres in the Andes. The mine, which uses open pit excavation to extract copper ore from an enormous deposit, is owned by Southern Copper.
West Hawaii Today
The 2018 lower East Rift Zone eruption of Kilauea brought an end to the 35-plus year eruption at Puu Oo. With the draining of the summit and the collapse of Puu Oo, Puna, Hawaii, residents were concerned that the eruption in the LERZ could be long-lived.
The Landslide Blog
According to Wikipedia, the delightfully named Cape Kidnappers is “a headland at the southeastern extremity of Hawke’s Bay on the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island and sits at the end of an 8 km peninsula which protrudes into the Pacific Ocean.” This is a stunning site that is renowned for bird life, especially gannets.
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