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GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION


 

*NEW*

 

AIG/GSA WA ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CRUISE

 

Friday 5th December, 2014

 

Sponsored by Southern Geoscience Consultants, the WA Branch of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists and the WA Division of the Geological Society of Australia invite all members, partners and prospective members to join them for an end-of-year event that is always enjoyable.

 

FERRY

M.V. Captain Cook
 

DEPARTURE

Meet at 1.15pm at Barrack Street Jetty for departure at 1.30pm SHARP!
 

RETURN

Barrack Street Jetty at 5.00pm
 

COST

AIG/GSA Members $40 | Non-members $50. Includes food, drinks and 10% GST.
 

MENU

Local seafood, chicken and cold meats with condiments, vegetable quiche, seasonal salad selection, bread rolls, fruit salad with cream or Danish pastries. Wine, beer and soft drinks served at the on-board bar.
 

QUERIES

Please contact AIG WA Secretary Jocelyn Thomson at jaytee@iinet.net.au or 08 9355 2164 with any enquiries.
 

RSVP

Registration closes 5pm on Friday 28th November 2014. Tickets are only confirmed once full payment is made.

 

Register and pay online using the booking form at http://www.aig.org.au/events/wa-xmas-cruise/.

 

Boarding passes will be available for pick-up from 1pm on the day at the registration desk in front of the boat, along with your name tag, so be sure to arrive on time. Tax invoices will be issued by email upon confirmation of payment online.

 

 

2015 Gibb Maitland Medal Nominations

The Gibb Maitland Medal is awarded by the Western Australia Division of the Geological Society of Australia in order to recognize individuals who have made substantial contributions to geoscience in Western Australia.It is named for Andrew Gibb Maitland, Government Geologist from 1896 to 1926, who established the Geological Survey of Western Australia.The Medal is usually awarded each year and nominations are now sought for the 2015 Gibb Maitland medallist.

 

2015 Gibb Maitland guidelines & nomination form download: MS Word doc

 

Nominations close Monday 1 December 2014

 

 

West Australian Geologist (WAG)

Bi-monthly newsletter of the Western Australian Division of the Geological Society of Australia Inc.

 

Number 509: October̶November 2014 (1.9 Mb PDF file)

 

Past Issues

 

 

Monthly Meetings

Time:  5.30 pm for 6.00 pm formal start (bar open upstairs before talk)

Venue:  Irish Club of WA, 61 Townshend Rd, Subiaco

Download a map showing the location, or check out the venue with Google Maps.

 

 

NEXT MONTHLY MEETING

 

Wednesday 4th February, 2015

 

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*NEW*

 

Yilgarn Retrospective 2-Day Symposium

30th & 31st March 2015

 

The Yilgarn Craton (WA) in the second half of the 20th century witnessed a transformative period in the resources industry which included the discovery and successful exploitation of a new deposit type (komatiite-hosted nickel sulphide), a massive boom in exploration and mining of Archaean lode gold, and developments in a number of other commodities.

 

This two day symposium will look at the who, why and how of this momentous era 1950 to 1999. The meeting will be a deliberate acknowledgement and record of the achievements of teams and individuals, some of whom are no longer with us.

 

Click here to download the symposiumís latest circular (1 Mb PDF)

 

Further event details are available on the AIG website http://www.aig.org.au/?s=yilgarn+retrospective.

 

 

2014 GSA-WA AGM Minutes

The GSA-WA Division 2014 Annual General Meeting was held at the Irish Club, Subiaco on Wednesday 2 April 2014.

Click here to download the 2014 AGM Minutes (598 Kb PDF)

 

 

GSA-WA Student Bursary

 

The GSA-WA offers bursaries to assist students in their studies and research.

 

Up to $1000 can be granted for any meritorious project, for 1 or several students, such as field trips, for laboratory costs, for travel costs or conferences.

 

Applications close 31 March and 30 September each year.

 

View the flyer for further information and complete the application form to submit a nomination.

 

Bursary Flyer download: PDF doc

Bursary Application Conditions download: MS Word doc

Bursary Application Form download: MS Word doc

 

 


 

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