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    Mappt FREE for GSA members with .edu email address — heavily discounted for all others. Mappt is a new powerful mobile GIS and data collection app for Android. It enables geoscientists, environmental professionals, geoscience students, and others to easily map and capture data offline in the field using their tablet or mobile phone.

News & Announcements

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    New GSA Position Statements

    At its May 2018 meeting, GSA Council adopted a new position statement,"Removing Barriers to Career Progression for Women in the Geosciences." Council also adopted minor revisions to two statements “Promoting Earth Science Literacy for Public Decision Making” and "Critical Minerals and Materials" and endorsed a joint statement by SSA and AGU entitled "The Capability to Monitor the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT) Should be Expanded, Completed, and Sustained."

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    GSA Scientific Divisions

    At its May meeting, GSA Council approved a new Geochronology Division; redefined the Soils and Continental Drilling IIGs as Divisions; and Archaeological Geology is now Geoarchaeology.

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    GSA's New Privacy Policy

    GSA has revised its privacy policy effective 10 May 2018. Please take a few moments to review.

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    Congratulations to Research Grant Recipients

    $778,594 was awarded to 381 graduate students (52% of the 730 who applied for 2018), with an average grant of $2,044.

Featured Events All Events

  • 15June2018
    APPLICATIONS DUE GSA Minority Student Scholarships This scholarship is granted to six undergraduate students who demonstrate a genuine commitment to the geosciences.
  • 15June2018
    APPLICATIONS DUE GSA GIP Application deadline for Geoscientists in the Parks (GIP) 2018-19 Fall/Winter positions.
  • 15June2018
    DEADLINE GSA Leadership Nominations Nominate a colleague (or self-nominate) for GSA Officer, Councilor, and Committee positions.
  • 12-17August2018
    Thompson Field Forum Terrace & Prince Rupert, BC, Canada Processes Controlling the Growth and Evolution of Continental Batholiths, Coast Mountains British Columbia, Canada