AEG 2017 Annual Meeting Last Call for Abstracts

2017 AEG Annual Meeting
Last Call for Abstracts
The deadline to submit your abstract is May 1, 2017. Looking for abstracts for the following topics:

Proposed Technical Sessions:

  • Transportation and Infrastructure Projects
  • Geology and Industrial Minerals
  • Landslide, Rockfall and Debris Flow Analysis and Remediation
  • Geophysics and Remote Sensing
  • Subsidence and Soil Behavior Hazards
  • Stream and Surface Water Projects
  • Environmental Characterization and Remediation
  • Mine Waste and Water Management
  • Environmental Geology
  • Hydrogeology
  • Rock Engineering and Rock Mechanics
  • Materials Characterization and Ground Improvement


  • Confronting Business Risks in Engineering Geology (Joel Carson, Geoprofessional Business Association)
  • The Impact of Geology on Government Projects and Assets (Alex Strouth and Paul Santi)
  • Resolving Complex Geologic Issues … using Geophysics? (Phil Sirles and Doug Lambert)
  • Sliding the Scale: Improving Communications and Public Policy for Landslide Hazards (Kevin McCoy, Kassandra Lindsey, Casey Dowling)
  • Emerging Contaminants (Patty Bryan and Loren Lasky)
  • The Impact of Geology on Flood Control and Water Storage Dams and Levees (Ed Friend and Brian Greene)
  • Remote Sensing and GIS for Geohazards Assessment and Environmental Studies (Wendy Zhou)
  • Land issues related to industrial minerals (Tom Newman for FGIM)
  • Reclamation of industrial mineral extraction sites (Tom Newman for FGIM)
  • Permitting of industrial mineral facilities (Tom Newman for FGIM)
  • Landslide Hazards of Colorado Springs: What the General Public Needs to Know (Karen Berry, Colorado Geological Survey, intended for the public, planners, and non-engineering geologists)

Submit your abstract (Please read complete instructions before submitting your abstract).

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