AIG News 136 is available now!

AIG News 136The 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_136From Your President; Institute News; NSW, QLD, TAS Branch News; Education News; Membership Updates; President’s Letter to Members: 2019-2020; AEGC all set for a sell-out in Perth; Annual General Meeting 2019; Unemployment down but self-employed geoscientists continue to struggle; Application of magnetostratigraphy and sandstone petrography to characterise the Condamine Palaeo-valley Alluvium; Paleozoic to Mesozoic tectonics of Zealandia and tectonic implications for eastern Gondwana; A Response to Ian Wilson on Climate Change; Critical Minerals; Geoscientist Careers in Insurance; High-tech Metals Map; National Rock Garden News – Adelong Norite unveiled and a small piece of Antarctica on its way to the NRG; Events Calendar and more…

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