Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists

Zanesville, USA - 5 Followers

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Interested GeographiesNorth AmericaInterested IndustriesScience & Research, Business Services, Education & Training, Environment & Waste, IT & Technology
Events Participated14 Organized, 2 Exhibited Representatives-
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The Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists is a leading and prestigious organization engaged in providing leadership advocacy and applied research in environmental and engineering geology. In support of serving an international network of environmental and engineering geologists devoted to excellence. The organization is playing a vital role in encouraging and facilitating ongoing education and training as well as supporting members in their dedication to their work. They also offer information on environmental and engineering geology useful to practitioners scientists students and public through conferences seminars and events in and outside the region of Denver. geosciences organizations recognize the value of using and sharing resources of the Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists.

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19th - 24th
Sep, 2023

Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists Annual Meeting

Portland, United States#Education #Environment
18th - 26th
Sep, 2021
Ended

AEG Annual Meeting

San Antonio, United States#Environment
14th - 17th
Sep, 2019
Ended

American Institute of Professional Geologists National Annual Meeting

Burlington, United States#Education #Environment
28th - 29th
Mar, 2019
Cancelled

AEG Shlemon Specialty Conference

Las Vegas, United States#Science #Education
15th - 23rd
Aug, 2018
Ended

AEG Meeting

San Francisco, United States#Environment
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Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists as Event Organizer

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AEG Meeting2 Visitors