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  • Séances, réunions, journées parrainées ou organisées par la SGF

    Séances, réunions, journées parrainées ou organisées par la SGF

Calendrier des évènements SGF

Séances, réunions, journées : le calendrier des manifestations scientifiques

La Société géologique de France organise et parraine chaque année des réunions scientifiques & techniques. Elle  annonce également les manifestations scientifiques organisées par ses associations partenaires, celles des institutions internationales auxquelles elle est liée, ainsi que les réunions des associations avec lesquelles elle a signé un protocole d'accord :

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The first 100 IUGS geological heritage sites

The first 100 IUGS geological heritage sites
Date : 25/10/2022
Date de fin : 28/10/2022
Heure : 08:00 à 18:00
Manifestation organisée par une institution nationale ou internationale
Espagne
The first 100 IUGS geological heritage sites

During its main 60th anniversary celebration, the IUGS is pleased to present "The First 100 IUGS Geological Heritage Sites" at an event in Zumaia, Basque Coast UGGp (Spain) during the last week of October 2022. This announcement will kick off an endeavor to designate geological sites from around the world that are iconic, recognized by all geoscience community for their impact in understanding the Earth and its history. More than 200 specialists from almost 40 nations and ten international organizations are taking part in this challenging project. The event will also include the presentation of IUGS medals and Emile Argand lecture that was planned for the 36th IGC.

The announcement of the First 100 will kick off an endeavor to designate geological sites from around the world that are iconic, recognized by all geoscience community for their impact in understanding the Earth and its history. More than 200 specialists from almost 40 nations and ten international organizations are taking part in this challenging project.

The First 100 aspires to be a memorable event that culminates in a spectacular celebration. Registration to the event is open now. Save the dates and join us to this unique announcement in this unique geological setting. Please help us spreading the event among your contacts.

Information about the project: https://iugs60.org/100-geosites

Registration and Information about the event: https://geoparkea.eus/iugs-globalgeosites