The conference will consist mainly of oral and poster contributions, arranged in thematic special sessions and symposia as well as in general topical sessions. The schedule will be organized to promote discussion among meeting participants. A variety of short courses and field trips are planned for both before and after the conference. At this time we are planning for an “in-person” conference with the possibility for live-streaming options for some presenters and/or sessions. The call for Special Sessions and Symposia along with Short Courses and Workshops is now open, with the proposal deadline of May 15, 2021.
The spring and summer of 2020 saw many challenges, but a lack of excellent geoscience content was not one of them!. The AGS webinar series brought together geoscientists from across Canada for 15 talks between April and October, 2020. Thanks to AGS President Dave Lentz for coordinating and all our wonderful speakers for presenting!
On Friday October 25th, 2019, the Nova Scotia EdGEO Workshop Committee organized a workshop entitled “Gold mining in Nova Scotia: environmental and economic impacts” as part of the annual Association of Science Teachers (AST) conference.
Green Cove is a designated Nova Scotia Geoheritage Site protected by its location in a National Park. Here you can walk on rocks that preserve unsurpassed evidence about the ancient history of the Cape Breton Highlands. They provide a treasured glimpse into the Earth’s distant past and invaluable insights about Earth processes. A free download is available!