Talks & Events
Monthly Division Meetings
Previous Division Meetings
21 February 2017
Topic: Excursion of the Tonsley Drill Core Storage Facility
17 November 2016
Topic: The generation of ore deposits in volcanic arcs starts with sulfate metasomatism in the mantle wedge: The source of oxidised arc magmas
Speaker: Dr Andy Tomkins
20 October 2016
Topic: Student Careers Night
Speaker: Graduate speakers discuss career options and personal journeys in geoscience
14-18 October 2018 – Australian Geoscience Council Convention: Big Issues and Ideas in Geoscience
Location: Adelaide, South Australia
This convention is hosted by the AGC and all the Australian geoscience member societies.
More information is coming soon.
- Understanding the Earth
- Life on Earth – origins and diversity
- Resources – discovery, development, use and sustainability
- Applied Geoscience in the 21st Century – innovation, technology and the future
- Beyond the Rocks – Geoscience in our society: current application and future trends
Scientific and Technical Program Convenor – Chris Yeats email@example.com
AGC President and Convention Chair – Bill Shaw firstname.lastname@example.org
Webb and Howchin Medals
The Bruce Webb Medal may be awarded annually to a person distinguished for leadership that has advanced the earth sciences and/or contributions to the advance of knowledge within the earth sciences. The award will be made in regard to achievements associated with South Australia.
2016 recipient of the Bruce Webb Medal: Noel Hiern
2015 recipient of the Bruce Webb Medal: Jim Jago
The Walter Howchin Medal may be awarded annually to a researcher in the early stage of their research careers who is distinguished by their significant published research work within the earth sciences. Research contributions are judged on the quality, originality and recognition. Researchers should be 35 years of age or younger.
2016 recipient of the Walter Howchin Medal: Rian Dutch