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About the IUGS

With 121 national members, the Union aims to promote development of the Earth sciences through the support of broad-based scientific studies relevant to the entire Earth system; to apply the results of these and other studies to preserving Earth's natural environment, using all natural resources wisely and improving the prosperity of nations and the quality of human life; and to strengthen public awareness of geology and advance geological education in the widest sense.


News and Information

 
Initiative on Forensic Geology 
IUGS Initiative Newsletter Vol. 1, No. 1 (11.04.2014) 

IUGS E-Bulletin #94  (02.04.2014) 
Ninety Fourth electronic communication (March 2014) 

3rd YES Congress and CAG25 
Sewcond Circular (02.04.2014)  

International Society for Rock Mechanics (ISRM) 
Newsletter No. 25 March 2014 (02.04.2014)  

INHIGEO Commission  
March 2014 Circular  (02.04.2014)  

ICSU Integrated Research on Disaster Risk (IRDR)     
Ad-hoc Committee Members   (02.04.2014) 

GeoNews March 
European Federation of Geologists (18.03.2014)  

6th Cuban Geoscience Convention 
2015 May Havanna, Cuba (14.03.2014)  

Cuban Geoscience Library  
3000 open-access references (14.03.2014) 

IGCP 589  
Registration Form  
Poster (14.04.2014) 

CGMW Resolutions 
Results of 2014 General Assembly (06.04.2014) 

YES Network Update 
Recent news highlights (06.04.2014)

2014 IUGS Flyer 
A short explanation of the IUGS

2014 IUGS Brochure 
A more detailed explanation of the IUGS

NASIC Report on RFG 
See Resourcing the Future Initiative Button for Annexes  (Feb. 2014)

2012 IUGS Annual Report 
Just released (21 MB) (February 2014)

Resourcing Future Generations 
December 5 Update for IUGS SG 

Resourcing Future Generations 
January 2014 concept proposal 

IUGS Resourcing Future Generations   
2013 Episodes Article 

IUGS Resourcing Future Generations Brochure
Committee Summary   

Benefits of IUGS Membership 
Summary of facts (2013)