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Inside this latest issue…
From Your President: Unfinished Business; Institute News; Membership Updates; Registered Professional Geoscientists Applications; Are you a Registered Professional Geoscientist (RPGeo)?; Why I Give Geological Cross-Sections the Cold Shoulder; Geophysics for the Mineral Exploration Geoscientist; Report on attendance of Two Day Exploration Geophysics Course, February 2016; Mining-related conflicts in Peru: Antamina and Conga; National Rock Garden Education Pavilion; The role of crowdsourcing in gold exploration; 3: Seven Wonders of the Hydrogeological World – Tufa Dams of Northern Australia; The Frank Arnott Award – A student & young professional opportunity for innovation in data integration and visualisation; Part One of Three Part Series What the industry wants: Results from the AIG National Graduate Group Geoscience Survey; Australian geoscientist employment slump enters its third year; Should the Geological Society be more Professional?; Events Calendar; And much more…
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