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AIG Newsletters 2011
|February 2011||Geological Vandalism, Proposed listing rules - NASDAQ, Mineral economics, Global tectonics - a review, Drilling in the Siberian climate, Education report|
|May 2011||Science without Method, Global Expansion from Density Decay, Field Test - Structural Geology Applicate, IGC Update, Future of 3D Modelling, High Resolution Hyperspectral Imaging of Drill core, Exploration Technologies Dinner & Booths, Education Report|
|August 2011||Mineral Economics - Control Premia and Minority Discounts, Geological Fishyness - Volcanic Ash and Fraser River Salmon Numbers, Corsica Walk by the Corbetts and Lees, Editorial - Geology, Geography and Education, Australia Geoscience Council News, Geology Roundup, Education Report, Kent Street High School Students Rock in Hawaii - 2011 field trip, Earthscience WA Text Book Lauch, AIG RPGeo News, RPGeo Approvals and Registrations|
|November 2011||Blast from the Past , Planet Group of companies , JORC Code in 2012, Short Note Celebrating AIG, 30th Anniversary , Then as Now - Pierpont's memories, as Recounted in his Memoirs, Enumerated in the Official History, of Blue Sky Mines, Obituary - Alan Edward Marshall, 34th IGC Update, Report on AGC President's Travel, in South America, 8th International Mining Geology, Conference Report, Professional Ethics and You, A New Porphry Copper, Occurrence?, An Introduction to Magnetic, Susceptibility, Book Review - The Cadia Valley, Mines - A Mining success story, AIG Service Medal Award to Kaylene Camuti, Education Report, TESEP Stage 1 update and, stage 2 call for funding, AIG Student's night - Perth, Edumine - Professional Development, Opportunities, New Members|