The Rocky Mountain/Cordilleran Joint Section Meeting is happening May 3-5 in Boise, Idaho.
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If you are involved in educational materials development, adapation and implementation or national dissemination of geoscience materials, then consider submitting a proposal for NSF's Course Curriculum and Laboratory Improvement (CCLI) Program, by mid-June.
"Why Earth Science?" Download AGI's important case for strong Earth science education (1.7MB PDF).
Cold Regions Bibliography Project covers Antarctic research and exploration and cold regions engineering and physical science information.
CliC: Climate and Cryosphere is a core project of the World Climate Research Programme.
Sarah Noble to be 2004-2005 GSA-USGS Congressional Science Fellow.
IEEE Scores First Amendment Victory for Scholarly Publishing.
Upcoming Meetings of GSA and its Associated and Allied Societies
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ASLO 2005 Aquatic Sciences Meeting, February 20-25, 2005, Salt Lake City, UT. GSA is co-sponsoring the meeting in support of ASLO's objective to enhance cross-fertilization among related disciplines. GSA members are invited to submit symposia proposals (due April 30, 2004).
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International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE), International Symposium on Optical Science and Technology. GSA is cosponsoring the remote sensing sessions, August 2-8, Denver, Colorado.
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