The Geological Society of Australia (GSA) invites you to participate in the Australian Earth Sciences Convention 2010 in Canberra.
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In July 2010, an outstanding selection of national and international speakers, industry leaders, and key decision makers will meet in Canberra in the scenic Eastern Highlands, just a few hours drive from Australia's major ski fields.
Canberra is not only the nation's capital and heart of policy development, but it is also home of two of Australia's premier geoscience organisations Geoscience Australia and the Australian National University's Research School of Earth Sciences (birthplace of the famous SHRIMP mass spectrometer that has revolutionised Earth Science research over the past two decades).
AESC 2010 offers all geoscientists a unique opportunity for professional development and a chance to hear first hand, the latest developments in geosciences.
Be part of this significant geosciences convention!
Convention Organising Committee
- Allan Chivas, University of Wollongong
- Frederick Cook, EARTHECONX
- Michelle Cooper, Geoscience Australia
- Sue Fletcher, Geological Society of Australia
- Clinton Foster, Geoscience Australia
- Brian Kennett, The Australian National University
- John Mavrogenes, The Australian National University
- Marc Norman, The Australian National University
- Brad Opdyke, Australian National University
- Chris Pigram, Geoscience Australia
- Brad Pillans, The Australian National University
- Monica Yeung, Gondwana Dreaming
For queries concerning the Convention and registration, please contact the Convention Secretariat:
C/- Conference Logistics
Telephone: + 61 2 6281 6624
Fax: + 61 2 6285 1336
National Convention Centre Canberra
31 Constitution Avenue
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2601
AESC Exhibitors include:
Australian National University
Geological Survey of Queensland
Department of Industry & Investment
GNS Science / Rafter Radiocarbon
Archimedes Financial Planning
Geological Society of Australia
Integrated Ocean Driling Program
Taylor & Francis