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geoscience

[′jē·ō‚sī·əns]
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The agreement was inked between the University of Antananarivo, Beijing-based China University of Geosciences (CUG) and China Geological Survey.
He delivered a statement in which he expressed sincere thanks and appreciation to HRH Premier for his constant keenness to patronise GEO ever since it started in 1994, which has entitled to be among the most prominent world events for geosciences, geophysics and exploration and production technology, lauding the Premier's directives and follow-up.
Participating in the IBA competition is an honor and challenge for students, whereas hosting and sponsoring the competition helps universities and exploration and production companies foster the advancement of petroleum geosciences and build the geoscience human resources required for the future.
The thematic papers cover the significance ofgeologic time: cultural, educational, and economic frameworks; theimportance of spatial thinking for geoscience education: insights fromthe crossroads of geoscience and cognitive science; complex systems inthe geosciences and in geoscience learning; and learning in the field:a synthesis of research on thinking and learning in thegeosciences.
Themed "The Future of Geosciences in the Middle East", the conference under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, will run until Wednesday.
The exhibition, to be held under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, will see companies showcase their latest cutting-edge technologies in the fields of oil geoscience, exploration and production.
New Delhi, Feb 4 (ANI): Vice President Mohammad Hamid Ansari will confer the National Geoscience Award here today to various organizations working in the field of basic and applied geoscience in the country.
s in geosciences between 1973 and 2003, only 415 were Hispanic-, African- or Native Americans, according to the American Geophysical Union.
The Canadian Federation of Earth Science (CFES 2008), in its report on the results of a survey of human resources needs for the geosciences in Canada, states that there are approximately 15 000 geoscientists in Canada.
Scientists at the university are working alongside Mold-based Reynolds GeoSciences on research work as part of a new Teaching Company Scheme.
Geosciences: NSF plans to double its spending on global geosciences through a series of interrelated research projects.
SEATTLE -- Frontier GeoSciences, a nationally recognized environmental analytical laboratory, recently announced it has been awarded yet another accreditation from the National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (NELAP).