2024 Australia Events Listing

22 February 2024 - GSA NSW Meeting
Details: This meeting will be coorganised with AIF/SMEDG/SEG/AusIMM. Talk title and abstract TBA.
Speaker: Dr Kathy Ehrig (Society of Economic Geologists' (SEG) International Exchange Lecturer)
Location: Level 2, Club York, Sydney
Time: Meet at 5:30 pm for 6 pm start
Registration: TBA

23 February 2024 - GSA NT Annual Dinner 2024
Details: The GSA (NT Division) Annual Dinner is the premiere event on the NT division’s calendar. The annual dinner is the largest gathering of NT-based and interstate geoscientists within private industry, government and academia. For enquires please contact [email protected]
Location: Moorish Cafe, 37 Knuckey Street Darwin
Time: Dinner starts at 7pm, and includes a three-course meal and drinks of beer, wine and soft drink.
Cost: Tickets cost $90 for GSA members, and $100 for non-members.
Registration:
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29 February 2024 - The ACT GSA Divisional Meeting
Details: Talks commence at 5:30pm, drinks and nibbles to follow ($2 contribution per drink)
Student Speaker: Sebastian Bland, recipient of the GSA W B Clarke Prize for outstanding academic achievement in 2nd year Earth and Marine Science courses at the ANU.
Keynote: Dr Mark Hoggard - Bang or bust? Methods for detecting underground nuclear tests.
Background on the history of nuclear weapons testing and introduce a new method for identifying explosions amongst the background noise of earthquakes
Location: Australian National University, Research School of Earth Sciences, J1 Seminar Room
Time: 5.30pm
Registration: Click here
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29 February 2024 - CGC Book Launch
Details: BOOK LAUNCH - Coal and Coalbed Gas: Future Directions and Opportunities with Dr. Timothy A Moore
Location: The Transcontinental Hotel, 482 George Street, Petrie Tce
Time: 5.30pm for 6.00pm
Watch online: Click Here


29 February 2024 - GSA VIC
Details: Professor Karen Chin, 2023 Geolgical Society of America Bromery Award on "What coprolites tell us about a Cretaceous Arctic marine ecosystem in the Canadian High Arctic"
Location: Fritz Loewe Lecture Theatre, Room 201, in the Earth Sciences, McCoy building, University of Melbourne.
Time: 6.15pm

29 February 2024 - GSA Tasmania
Details: The GSA Tasmania Division is leaping into 2024 with a talk on Tasmanian Tectonics by Ron Berry.
Ron is a Twelvetrees Medal recipient (2016) for his outstanding contributions to our understanding of the structure and tectonics of Tasmania. His work in the 1970s onwards reimagined Tasmania’s geological evolution and where and how it fits with the rest of Australia.  His work has been seminal to reconstructions of supercontinents in the Mesoproterozoic and Paleozoic. In his talk ‘Tasmania: Speculations on Tectonics’ he will discuss the current models for the formation of Tasmania, both west and east, along with some background on how the models developed.
Location: University of Tamania
Time: 6:00pm

8 March 2024 - CGC NSW
Details: The March 2024 Quarterly Coalfield Geology Council meeting is scheduled for Friday, March 8th. The meeting will take place at Singleton Diggers, commencing at 10:00 am. Morning tea and lunch will be provided, with options available for vegetarians and those requiring gluten-free meal. Download agenda here.
Location: Singleton Diggers, York Street Singleton, NSW 2330
Time: 10:00am
Registration: Click here

14 March 2024 - GSA Tasmania
Details: We are proud to celebrate the work of our early women geological mappers in the early 1970s. Geological field work was generally the preserve of men. Although women in geology during these times were employed by government organisations and some universities, they were often limited to work in laboratories in fields such as palaeontology and mineralogy. Yet in Tasmania Elzabeth Corbett and Jean McClenaghan were making maps with their husbands Keith Corbett and Marcus McClenahan for the State’s Department of Mines, Geological Survey Regional Mapping section. Please join us for an early afternoon tea to reflect on and recognise the contributions of these pioneering mapping teams. 
Location: University of Tamania, venue is the Centenary Building Room 404. Take the lift from the glassed-in flyway above the oval to the 4th floor. Turn right. Enter the building and turn left.
Time: 1:00pm


14 March 2024 - GSA NSW Meeting
Details: What is Engineered Stone and how is it different from natural rocks?
Speaker: Dr Lloyd White and Dr Dr Dominique Tanner (School of Earth, Atmospheric and Life Sciences, University of Wollongong)
Location: Level 2, Club York, Sydney
Time: Meet at 5:30 pm for 6 pm start
Registration: TBA

18 March 2024 - ARGA Webinar
Details: Are Supergene ore deposits a guarantee of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)?) with Mario Iglesias-Martinez from CSIRO Mineral Resources
Location: Zoom
Time: 10.00am AWST/1.00pm AEDT
Registration: Click here


21 March 2024 - ACT GSA National Park Meeting
Details: Dr Brad Opdyke will be giving a talk at the ACT National Parks Meeting on the regional geology and its impact on the river systems in the ACT.
Light supper to follow the meeting. Free to attend.
Location: Weston Creek Uniting Church (16 Parkinson Street, Weston)
Time: 7.30pm
Registration: Sign in upon arrival

21 March 2024 - GSA-VIC Event
Details: Dr Kevin Hill Selwyn Medallist 2023 will be presenting. Topic TBC.
Location: Kathleen Syme Community Centre, 251 Faraday St., Carlton.
Time: 5.30 pm for 6.00 pm start
Registration: TBC

23 - 24 March 2024 - GSAQ - World Science Festival Brisbane
Details: GSAQ will have a stand at the World Science Festival and will be hosting several Geological Walking Tours.
Location: South Bank, Brisbane
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6 April 2024 - GSA Tasmania
Details: 1 day excursion to the examine the stratigraphy and fossils in the Cygnet area. ‘Late Paleozoic Cygnet’ we will examine the stratigraphy, sedimentology and paleontology of the Late Carboniferous and Permian age rocks exposed in coastal outcrops within the scenic bays of Port Cygnet. Permian marine fossils are locally abundant as are oysters in the intertidal zone.  Very tasty! Option for a visit to Home Hill Winery at the end.
Time: TBA
Registration: Lock this date in your diary now and contact Phil Sansom at [email protected] for a registration form and further details.


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: TBA
Location: Zoom
Time: 10.00am AWST/12.00pm AEST
Registration: Click here

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 Call for Papers Flyer for more information
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


 

2025 Australian Events Listing