Webinars

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State of the Association - April 3, 2020 (Members Only)

RCRA Requirements for Hazardous Waste Land-Based Units - April 16, 2020

State of AEG followed by the GEER 2010 Darfield New Zealand Earthquake Investigation - May 6, 2020

Applied Geology is an "Essential" Profession - May 19, 2020

A Post-Earthquake Investigation in the Eastern United States - May 21, 2020

Naturally Occurring Asbestos in the United States - June 10, 2020

Engineering Geology Applied in the Mining Industry - June 24, 2020 

Forensic Engineering Geology of Landslides - July 9, 2020

Explorations in Environmental Geology - July 30, 2020

Nuts and Bolts of a Remediation Site - August 11, 2020

A Tale of Three Dams Along the Owens Valley Fault System - August 21, 2020

You Don't Look Like a Geologist, Let's Talk about Diversity (or the Lack Thereof) in the Geosciences - September 2, 2020

Earthquake Hazards & Earthquake Risks in the Central US - September 9, 2020

Development of Flood Protection System in the Mississippi Delta - September 30, 2020

State of AEG, and Blasting Techniques used in Civil and Mining Projects - October 12, 2020 (Members and Paid Attendees Only)

Geology and the Birth of Landscape Photography - October 26, 2020 (Members and Paid Attendees Only)

Advances in EVO Deployment to Enhance Subsurface Distribution for Anaerobic Bioremediation - December 3, 2020 (Members and Paid Attendees Only)

Lobbying and Tracking Legislative Issues Pertaining to Geologists - December 17, 2020 (Members and Paid Attendees Only)

Radon Education in Geographically Challenging and Geologically Dynamic Alaska - January 14, 2021 (Members and Paid Attendees Only)

Emerging Contaminant 1,4 Dioxane: What Do We Know? - January 26, 2021 (Members and Paid Attendees Only)

Earth, Wind, Rain, and Fire: The connections between global warming, severe weather, and wildfires  - February 8, 2021 (Members and Paid Attendees Only)

How to Prepare and Strategize for the ASBOG® Fundamentals of Geology ExamFebruary 22, 2021 (Members and Paid Attendees Only)

The Cascade Volcanoes: A Living Laboratory for Pure and Applied Geoscience - April 12, 2021 (Members and Paid Attendees Only)

What We’ve Learned Since the Kingston Ash Spill – Safely Closing Ash Ponds - April 27, 2021 (Members and Paid Attendees Only)

Coastal Landslides and Highway Management, Big Sur, California - May 11, 2021 (Members and Paid Attendees Only)

Engineering Geology: Fundamental Input or Random Variable? - May 20, 2021  (Members and Paid Attendees Only)

Fault and Groundwater Exploration Using Vp/Vs Ratios, Guided Waves, and Other Seismic Methods - June 8, 2021 (Members and Paid Attendees Only)

How to Prepare and Strategize for the ASBOG® Fundamentals of Geology Exam - July 26, 2021 (Members and Paid Attendees Only)

Human Influence on Large-scale Coastal Behavior: Evidence from the New England and Mid-Atlantic Coasts - September 1, 2021 (Members and Paid Attendees Only)

Navigating Through School and Internship - September 14, 2021 (Members and Paid Attendees Only)


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Available Webinar Topics

Naturally Occurring Asbestos - Sarah Kalika

Why Join a Professional Society? - Dave Fenster

Post-Earthquake Investigations in the Eastern United States - Dave Fenster

Why is Applied Geology Important for Critical Facility Siting? - Dave Fenster

Blasting Techniques in Civil Projects - Bill Godwin

GEER 2010 Darfield New Zealand Earthquake Investigation - Bill Godwin

State of AEG/Hazardous Waste Management - Cynthia Palomares

Overview of the Earthquake Hazards and Earthquake Risks of the Central US - Phyllis Steckel

Adaptive Mine Reclamation Case Studies and the Role of the Engineering Geologist - David Bieber, P.G.

Engineering Geology Applied in the Mining Industry - David Bieber, P.G.

Environmental and Engineering Geology in Areas of Mined Ground - David Bieber, P.G.

One Person, Multiple Careers: The Variety of Jobs an Engineering Geologist Can Have - David Bieber, P.G.