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federation of 30 geoscience societies, promoting a united voice for the geoscience community and providing information and education services.
http://www.agiweb.org/
exists to promote the professional development of its members, to provide geoscience outreach to girls, and to encourage women to become geoscientists.
http://www.awg.org/
International organisation specialising in the field of applied geochemistry.
http://www.appliedgeochemists.org/
supporting the geosciences in Canada through funding education, research, and dissemination of knowledge.
http://www.canadiangeologicalfoundation.org/
a nonprofit organization which promotes worldwide scientific communication and interaction in the area of economic geology.
http://www.dregs.org/
promoting the application of geoscience and related engineering subjects.
http://www.eage.nl/
Promotes geological and paleontological studies and symposia related to Gulf of Mexico and Gulf Coast Basin.
http://www.gcssepm.org/
the UK's national geological learned society and the professional body for U.K. scientists.
http://www.geolsoc.org.uk/
advancing the geosciences, enhancing the professional growth of its members, and promoting the geosciences in the service of humankind.
http://www.geosociety.org/
aims to promote, advance, and support the earth sciences within the scientific and wider communities.
http://www.gsa.org.au/
provides a discussion forum and a variety of geological links.
http://www.geologicalsociety.com/
regulates the practice of engineering, geology and geophysics in Alberta.
http://www.apegga.com/
includes detailed data transfer model definition, meeting announcements, and catalog, based in Houston, Texas.
http://www.geoshare.org/
international society devoted to the history of the sciences of the earth.
http://www.historyearthscience.org/
facilitates the development of the profession and science of geology with specific emphasis on its relationship to the exploration for and production of petroleum and natural gas in the Gulf Coast.
http://www.nogs.org/