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The American Geosciences Institute (AGI), in collaboration with many other geoscience societies, invites geoscientists to come to Washington D.C. for the annual Geosciences Congressional Visits Days (GEO-CVD) on September 10-11, 2019. Decision makers need to hear from geoscientists. Join us and many of your colleagues for this two-day event uniting geoscience researchers, professionals, students, educators, engineers, and executives in Washington D.C. to raise visibility and support for the geosciences!
Celebrate National Fossil Day with the National Park Service. Click here to find National Fossil Day events near you.
Past Expo Date: April 7 & 8, 2018
Next Expo Date: April 25 & 26, 2020
The fifth USA Science & Engineering Festival will inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers with school programs and nationwide contests throughout the 2019/2020 school year and a finale Expo in Washington DC on April 25 & 26, 2020. Explore 3,000 hands-on exhibits from the world’s leading scientific and engineering societies, universities, government agencies, high-tech corporations and STEM organizations. For more information on all Festival events and how you can get involved, visit: http://usasciencefestival.org/
Each state geological survey may also be sponsoring events. Check their web sites for the latest information.
· January 19, 2019 – STEM Session: Geological History of the Earth led by Amrit Cooblal. North based students were taught the history of the earth using concepts of plate tectonics and continental drift. 25 students attended.
· January 26, 2019 – STEM Session: Well Log Correlation led by Amrit Cooblal and Charis Mungal (Ministry of Energy). South based students carried on from their session on well logs by learning correlation and applying knowledge of stratigraphy & structural geology. 25 students attended.
· March 9, 2019 – STEM Session: Complete Subsurface Mapping Project. South based students integrated all they have learnt and correlated wells, picked reservoir tops, produced contoured structure maps, petrophysical calculations and oil volumetrics. Presented by Amrit Cooblal, Krystal Ramdin & Therese Steele. 25 students attended.
· March 16, 2019 – STEM Session: Petroleum Engineering. North based students learnt about all the different aspects of drilling a well, from spud to completion, and were also provided with a look at Trinidad's Natural Gas Industry, its importance, and the key players in the industry. They also took part in exercises calculating flow rate and the necessity of flow assurance. Presented by Zain Ramsingh (AAPG YPTT Treasurer) & Aidan Rajpaul (DeNovo Energy). 25 students attended.
· March 23, 2019 – STEM Session: Petroleum Geology Final Review. South based students were given a final recap and were quizzed on all they learnt in this term about petroleum geology and the industry workflow. Presented by Amrit Cooblal & Krystal Ramdin. 25 students attended.
IAPG welcomes proposals to organize initiatives aimed at promoting geoethics locally and globally to celebrate this day.
IAPG works for a respectful stewardship of the Earth: our way to take care of future generations.
International Geoethics Day 2019 will be held on Thursday, October 17, 2019
With this activation program we will invite and encourage the school - students to participate these four contests: