AIG News 135 is available now!

AIG News 135The latest edition of AIG News, the Australian Institute of Geoscientists member newsletter is now available in full colour and digital format and best of all FREE for all readers!

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Inside this latest issue…

aig_news_135Presidents Report; Institute News; Education Report; NSW Branch Report; Member Updates; Australian Geoscientist Employment Survey – Q4 (October to December) 2018 Results; Vale Tim Hopwood; Does carbon dioxide drive climate change?; AEGC 2019: Data to Discovery; South American Lithium Brines: How did the Lithium get there, and where did it come from?; Geology: quo vadis? Walking where angels fear to tread; A Blow-Up Pub Selling Ground-Shaking Beer – A Different Perspective on a Geotrail; The AIG Mentoring Program – building connections, careers, networks; Bipartisan support by the Coalition and Labor will help our resource sector dig deeper for Australia’s secure future; PACRIM 2019 – Registration now open; Events and more…

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