“U.S. Energy Sources: Where it has Changed in the Last Decade” presented by Ron Wallace, President of the Georgia Chapter of the American Association of Professional Geologists Tuesday May 25, 2021 6:45 PM Eastern Standard Daylight Savings Time Business Meeting: 6:45 PM – 7:00 PM Presentation: 7:00 PM Join from the meeting link: https://gsumeetings.webex.com/gsumeetings/j.php?MTID=m2de9a0f59d882cbeea9229311d11bca5
June Presentation: A Fall Line Overview: Brooklyn to Texas, asthenosphere to alluvium, Cambrian to Anthropocene The Fall Line is the landward edge of the Mesozoic and younger sediments of the Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plains. Shoals and rapids upstream of the boundary, caused by exposure of older, harder rocks, localized many cities founded in pre-railroad … Continue reading "AGS Meeting"
Come join us as we resume our in-person meetings for some great food and fun! Door prizes, giant screen movie and socializing in person! NOTE: T-shirt orders will be available for pickup at the dinner When: Tuesday, August 31, 2021, 630pm Where: Fernbank Museum Cost: Members Free; Guests $5 Reservations: Please make your reservation using this … Continue reading "AGS Annual BBQ Social"
The Atlanta Geological Society will host a one-day, self-driven field trip from 9 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 25 to highlight the geology of Barrow County, the most eastern county in Metropolitan Atlanta. The trip will begin at 9:00 a.m. at the Fort Yargo State Park visitor center. The trip will be led … Continue reading "Field Trip to Barrow County (deadline Sept 21)"
To assist candidates in their preparations for ASBOG tests and professional geologist registration, the Atlanta Geological Society offers monthly workshops featuring speakers who review important geologic principles. This month's session is on Hydrogeology and Engineering Geology. Subject: Hydrogeology and Engineering Geology Speaker: Jim Kennedy, Ph.D., P.G. Dr. Kennedy is the Georgia State Geologist and holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in physics … Continue reading "PG Workshop"
September Presentation: Impacts Great and Small—The Role of Hypervelocity Collisions in Sculpting Earth's Geology When: 6:45pm, September 28 The meeting will be offered in hybrid format—live at the Fernbank Museum and via webcast. To obtain webcast link contact email@example.com Abstract: Only since the confirmation of shocked mineral phases at Barringer (Meteor) Crater by USGS geologists … Continue reading "AGS monthly meeting"