Please join us for our Annual AEG/GRA Holiday Mixer and Raffle on Thursday, December 6th at the Old Spaghetti Factory in Sacramento! Raffle prizes are also welcome and encouraged! Please bring prizes that geology and engineer-types will love (rocks, minerals, books, beer, wine…). All proceeds will benefit geology students in the local area, so be generous and help support our next generation of geologists. Please RSVP with your meal selection by Monday, December 3!
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Distinguished Professor Emeritus and world-renowned geologist (among many other accolades) Eldridge Moores. Dr. Moores died unexpectedly Sunday, October 28 while on a geology field trip at the age of 80. A statement from U.C. Davis about Dr. Moores can be found here. Dr. Moores was a contributor and major part of the AEG Geology of the Cities of the World, Sacramento edition, and the updated volume will be dedicated to Dr. Moores in early 2019.
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Please join us for a joint meeting with the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI) on Tuesday, October 23 for a talk by Scott Lindvall, CEG from Lettis Consultants International, Inc! Mr. Lindvall will present a talk titled “Fault Rupture Hazard Investigations for the Los Angeles Aqueduct System: Owens Valley to the San Andreas” Read more
Good Afternoon Sacramento AEG,
Please join us on Thursday, August 2nd at Yolo Brewing Company (1520 Terminal Street, West Sacramento, CA 95691) for our August Monthly Meeting!
Our Speaker for our August Meeting will be Mike George, Ph.D., P.E.. Mr. George’s talk is titled “Rock Erodibility for Dam Foundations and Spillways“.
(1) Please register for the IAEG conference if you haven’t yet! Early registration discount ends August 1.
(2) The committee is also in need of additional student volunteers. Contact Heather Clark, AEG Meeting Manager at (303)-518-0618 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested! Student volunteers do not have to pay for registration.
(3) There is still space for exhibitors and opportunities for sponsors! Please ask your employer, favorite laboratory, equipment vendor, driller, etc. if they would like to sponsor. Opportunities start at just $250.
We are looking forward to a great conference in San Francisco!
Please register at the conference website: https://www.aegannualmeeting.org/