2024 Australia Events Listing

10 - 11 April 2024 - GSA-TAS

Details: Fossil Working Bee
Time: 10.00am-3.00pm
Location: MRT Geotechnical Laboratory Mornington (front building)
Registration: For more information contact Barbara Frankel at [email protected]

18 April 2024 - GSA-VIC AGM
Details: Annual General Meeting
Location: Fritz Loewe Lecture Theatre, McCoy Earth Sciences Building, The University of Melbourne
Time: 5.30 pm for 6.00 pm start
Registration: TBC

18 April 2024 - GSA Tasmania
Details: Owen Missen is Environmental Geology Lecturer in Earth Sciences University of Tasmania. He researches the environmental mineralogy and geochemistry of Critical Minerals, essential components of the green energy transition. He will present on his research on the ‘Comparison of cobalt weathering behaviour from different host rocks: an Australian outback journey’ which he completed as part of a postdoctoral project with Museums Victoria prior to arriving at the University of Tasmania.
Location: University of Tamania
Time: 6:00pm

24 April 2024 - ARGA Webinar
Details: Expanding the uses of regolith spectral data and whole rock geochemistry prediction with Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy with Harrison Keeble – Geoscientist (Geological Survey of Victoria)
Location: Zoom
Time: 10.00am AWST/12.00pm AEST
Registration: Click here

4 May 2024 - GSA-ACT Field Trip: Geological History of the Canberra Region
Details: Meeting at the top of Mount Ainslie, we will visit several sites in the Canberra region to explore the region’s geological history. Attendees will provide their own transport between sites. If you do not have your own transport, please contact a member of the GSA-ACT committee and arrangements can be made. More information and registration details will be sent to GSA-ACT members soon.
Time: 10:00am – 4:00pm.
Cost: GSA members – Free; Non-GSA members - $15
Registration: TBA


23 May 2024 - GSA-VIC Event

Details: Dr Andrew Gunn, Monash University will present on Aeolian Sediments on Mars
Location: Kathleen Syme Community Centre, 251 Faraday St., Carlton.
Time: 5.30 pm for 6.00 pm start
Registration: TBC

18-19 July 2024 - 5th Geotourism Festival and International Conference (GEOFEST)
Details: An Australia-Indonesia Geotourism Collaboration Project – Sydney Workshop and tours
'The Volcano as a World Class Sustainable Geotourism Destination'
Location: The University of Sydney
Registration: Click Here

21-23 August 2024 -Coal Geology Council 42nd Sydney Basin Symposium
Details: The theme of the 42nd Symposium is "Understanding the Sydney Basin Today is the key to Tomorrow’s Sustainability", focussing upon both the changing times in the industry, changing environmental considerations, and the sedimentary nature of the basin.
We are seeking expressions of interest to present at the 2024 Sydney Basin Symposium. All submissions and topics will be considered by the committee. We are also looking for those who would like to do a ½ hour workshop – if you have any ideas in this space, please reach out to us and let us know! Please submit any further ideas for presentation topics or if you are super organised an abstract of up to 500 words to: [email protected].
We have a great group of motivated people working on this event but if you are interested in helping organise the event, please contact: [email protected]
Download Flyer for more information about the program, registration, sponsorship opportunities and accommodation options.
Download Call for Papers Flyer

Location: Newcastle City Hall
Registration: Click here

18-22 November 2024 - SGSTG Biennial Meeting
Details: The five-day conference will be broken up with mid-conference field trips. We have tentatively settled on a series of three-day pre and post-conference field trips that cover local geological highlights
Location: University of New England, NSW.

Location: University of New England, Armidale, NSW
Website: Click Here
Registration: Click Here


 

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