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  • May-2014: AAG Journal, GEEA, is looking for a new Editor-in-Chief. Please see the attached flyer here for more details.

  • May-2014: USGS recently put online - here - a large database of groundwater quality, countrywide, 160355 analyses with up to 160 parameters and substances, including trace elements, isotopes and organics. Besides the interest of these data for the US public, water operators and fracking industry, they are an invaluable data set for everyone dealing with the geochemical evaluation of large scale groundwater resources. The contents is rich enough to be used for comparative purposes, and even for hydrogeochemical exploration or EIA work.

  • January-2014: Matthew Leybourne is the new AAG President

  • November-2013: The Association of Applied Geochemists and SGS are pleased to announce Pim van Geffen as the winner of the 2012 SGS-AAG Student Paper Prize. You can read more about Pim and view his abstract here.

  • October-2013: Click here for the Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the CAMIRO report on the evaluation of portable XRF for the exploration and mining industry. 

  • Oct-2012: Welcome to the new and improved AAG Website! Please take a look around and let us know what you think. If you are an AAG member, you will need to re-set your password. Instructions have been sent to you, so please check your email. If you have any issues logging in, send an email to office@appliedgeochemists.org

  • 25-Oct-2011: John Hansuld elected to Canadian Mining Hall of Fame. Hansuld, a founding member of the Association, its second President, and the first journal business editor, is a 2012 inductee to the Mining Hall of Fame. Read more about John Hansuld here

  • 5-Oct-2011: The AAG provides in-kind analytical research funding for BSc(Hons), MSc, and PhD students. Download the flyer here (.pdf) and check out the student page for more information.

  • 22-Jan-2011: Subsidized AAG membership now available. In order to support applied geochemists in developing countries, AAG offers subsidised membership to those who fulfil certain criteria. Find out more here.

  • 22-Apr-2010: 24th IAGS Proceedings Abstracts now available. The abstracts of the AAG's 24th International Applied Geochemistry Symposium (IAGS 2009) are now available for download here.

  • The complete archive of the EXPLORE newsletter is now available for download! Check out issues going back to 1971!


27th International Applied Geochemistry Symposium

The International Applied Geochemistry Symposia (IAGS) are the biggest AAG events. They allow worldwide meetings of applied geochemists, with first level scientific and technical contents, as well as opportunities to meet mining or environmental industries, specialist suppliers and stakeholders.

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27th International Applied Geochemistry Symposium (IAGS 2015) is to be held in Tucson, Arizona USA on April 20-24, 2015. The web site is now open http://www.27iags.com/

26th International Applied Geochemistry Symposium

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See this page for abstracts, photos, presentations, and more from the 26th IAGS. 


27 April – 2 May 2014. European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2014. Vienna, Austria. Website: www.egu2014.eu

11-16 May 2014. 5th International Congress on Arsenic in the Environment. Buenos Aires Argentina. Website: www.as2014.com.ar

21-23 May 2014. GAC/MAC Annual Meeting. Fredericton NB Canada. Website: www.unb.ca/conferences/gacmac2014

8-12 June 2014. 20th World Congress of Soil Science. Jeju Korea. Website: www.20wcss.org

9-13 June 2014. Goldschmidt 2014. Sacramento CA USA. Website: goldschmidt.info/2014

15-19 June 2014. 2nd International Symposium on Ethics of Environmental Health. Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic. Website: www.iseeh2014.org


Click here for a complete list of upcoming events


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