Michael R. Lilly
Edward Yarmak, Jr.
Oliver W. Frauenfeld
Thomas A. Douglas
PO Box 750141
Frozen Ground 2012
5-10, 2012 34th
International Geological Congress Brisbane, Australia
3-7, 2012 AGU
Fall Meeting San Franciso, CA
This large and prestigious Geoscience World Congress will be held at the
Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, 5-10 August 2012. The scientific
program will cover all aspects of the geosciences. It will demonstrate how
geoscience knowledge and applications are contributing directly to meeting
societal needs, for example through innovation in the resources and energy
based industries, better informed land and water management, enhanced
understanding and mitigation of climate change and geohazards, and building
major cities and infrastructure.
June 2-5, 2013 10th
International Symposium for Cold Regions DevelopmentAnchorage,
Join more than 20,000 Earth and space
scientists, educators, students, and other leaders in San
Francisco, California, as they gather to present groundbreaking
research and connect with colleagues. read
The Technical Council on Cold Regions Engineering of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Alaska Section of
ASCE will sponsor the 10th International Symposium on Cold Regions Development (ISCORD) in Anchorage, Alaska at the
Dena’ina Civic and Convention Center.
The symposium theme is “Planning for Sustainable Cold Regions.” Large scale projects in the gas and oil industry, mining,
and other natural resource development are currently planned in the North. Research activities in the Arctic and Antarctica
are increasing and new facilities are planned. At the same time, all development actions are under increased scrutiny,
and have to bring benefits without significant adverse effects to the environment as well as to the local population.
Successful project permitting requires significant preliminary work, such as environmental assessments, assurance for
response readiness for incidents, and development of new sustainable technologies.
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