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The I2M Web Portal is interactive and currently has almost 3,000 searchable URLs and PDFs on a variety of subjects of interest to geoscientists:
http://web.i2massociates.com/categories/link_new.asp

Anyone can submit a URL by using the form provided. The Web Portal is like having a filing cabinet of reports and website URLs at one’s finger tips no matter where you are in the world.

There are instructions on how to use the Web Portal: http://web.i2massociates.com/categories/about-this-portal.asp
And, there is an Index webpage showing the coverage:  http://web.i2massociates.com/
And, there is a webpage showing “What’s New”: http://web.i2massociates.com/categories/link_new.asp


AGI Government Affairs Monthly Review


AGI GeoSpectrum

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 geospectrum@agiweb.org.


AGI Releases - Geoscience Currents

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.

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AGI Workforce Program
workforce@agiweb.org

The American Institute of Professional Geologists (AIPG) was founded in 1963 to certify the credentials
of practicing geologists and to advocate on behalf of the profession.

AIPG represents the professional interests of all practicing geoscientists in every discipline.
It's advocacy & efforts are focused on the promotion of the role of geology and geologists in society.