EFGeoWeek is a weekly publication by the European Federation of Geologists (EFG). It is issued each Tuesday and is complementary with EFG’s monthly newsletter GeoNews. EFGeoWeek compiles information from the EFG website, the social media and other publicly accessible media sources relevant for European geoscientists. In addition EFGeoWeek promotes each week one of the articles published in the bi-annual European Geologist Journal.
Monthly reviews and more timely special updates keep the Member Societies informed of Geoscience Policy activities and related events in Washington. They are sent out by electronic mail to Member Society leadership; public affairs committees; AGI's Executive Committee, Member Society Council, Geoscience Policy Committee; and other interested geoscientists.
GeoSpectrum is an online newsletter maintained by the American Geological Institute (AGI). Updated continually, GeoSpectrum posts the haspsoftware news of the geosciences community. Topics include meeting announcements, awards, changes in leadership, scholarships, and more. To contribute an item to be posted on GeoSpectrum, please contact the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Geoscience Currents are quick snapshots of data pertaining to all aspects of the geosciences, including trends in geoscience academic programs and students, funding of geoscience research, employment and salary information, and many other topics that support geoscience professionals and students in their career and academic endeavors. Geoscience Currents represent data collaborations with other societies, employers, and professionals. Topics for these short reports are often inspired by inquries from the geoscience community.
If you have research related to any of the topics listed above that you would like to share with the geoscience community, please contact us about guest authoring a Geoscience Currents.
AGI Workforce Program
The Status of the Geoscience Workforce 2016 report is based on original data collected by AGI as well as from federal data sources, professional membership organizations, and industry. The report integrates all of these various data sources into a comprehensive view of the human and economic parameters of the geosciences, including supply and training of new students, workforce demographics and employment projections, to trends in geosciences research funding and economic indicators. New for this edition is greatly expanded coverage of Community Colleges and of economic metrics that reflect various aspects of the geosciences. ISBN 978-0-913312-54-4. Softcover, 142 pp. item #800818 - http://www.agiweb.org/pubs/pubdetail.html?item=800818