Online Store | Donations | Print Page | Contact Us | Sign In | Join AIPG
News & Press: AIPG National

TPG Jan.Feb.Mar. - Annual Student Edition

Tuesday, December 31, 2019   (0 Comments)
Share |

2020 TPG Jan.Feb.Mar - The Student Annual Edition

The AIPG quarterly journal "The Professional Geologist" 2020 Jan.Feb.Mar. - Student Annual Edition is available online. All past issues of TPG are available online at


Peer Reviewed - Mining
Game of Mines, Paul Fell - Page 6

An Update on the Hydrogeology of Clayton Valley, Nevada
Danny Zampirro, CPG-10258, CA-PG. - Page 10

Student Perspectives
My Summer Experience as a Stanford Undergraduate Research in
Geoscience and Engineering, (SURGE) Scholar
Shirley Tsotsoo Mensah, SA-7566 - Page 13

Expanding Your Expertise Through Strategic Volunteering
Zachary Burton, SA-5138 - Page 14

Reflections on Change
Heidi Harwick, SA-9084 - Page 15

Advice to Students
Retirement Planning for Undergraduates
Peter H. Dohms, CPG-7141 Page 16

Professional Affairs
Results of AIPG Climate Change Questionnaire
David M. Abbott, Jr., CPG-04570 - Page 19

Why Should Geologists Be Licensed? An ASBOG Perspective
Erick Weiland, CPG-6892, P.G. and Jason Patton, PhD, P.G. - Page 22

More Advice to Students
Dear Geologists-to-Be
Ken Hnottavange-Telleen, CPG-10445 - Page 24

Success through Authentic Adaptability
James L. Gooding, MEM-3070 - Page 25

Classroom Earth
The Marvelous and Exotic Landscapes of Fjords
Stephen M. Battaglia, SA-5246 - Page 26

Designing a hands-on environmental sampling training course
for students that meets the requirements of industry
Keith Torrence, Ph.D., CPG-11647 and Brigit Hagedorn, Ph.D. - Page 28

Field Geology: as Students, Researchers, and Educators
Ryan Shell, SA-7165, and David Peterman, SA-5297 - Page 31

Field Trips Link Students to Rock Resources
Michael T. May, Ph.D., P.G., MEM-0586 - Page 34