Saskatchean Geological Society
Saskatchewan Geological Society

Saskatchewan Geological Society

Saskatchewan Geological Society

The Saskatchewan Geological Society's purpose is to promote the study and practice of the earth sciences and to foster a spirit of scientific research among its members.


On behalf of the Saskatchewan Geological Society Executive I would like to thank everyone who participated in the annual Bonspiel this past Saturday. The costume-friendly event, which is held jointly with the D.M. Kent geology students club, produced some spirited competition and included some teams with exceptional costumes. We would like to thank our sponsors (APEGS, Wok Box, J D Mollard and Associates and The Saskatchewan Mining Association) for providing prizes and our caterer (Valley Girls Catering). Most importantly, we would like to thank Lynn Kelley who did a great job organizing the event and then managing the draw and Kate MacLachlan, who arranged the catering. It is volunteers like Lynn and Kate that make the society successful. 

-Colin Card, President

 Upcoming Luncheon Talks:

Please note: all luncheon talks will be held at the Ramada Hotel located on the northwest corner of Victoria Avenue and Broad St, Regina, unless otherwise noted.

 

Saskatchewan Geological Society Talks for Winter 2014 

Jan. 23 - Dr. Webster Mohriak, AAPG Distinguished Lecturer, Professor, Master of Science Graduate Program, University of Rio de Janeiro. 

Feb.28 - Dr. Carl Fiduk, AAPG Distinguished Lecturer,Chief Geologist for WesternGeco. 

Mar. 10 - Dr. Julie Gale, AAPG Distinguished Lecturer, research scientist at the Bureau of Economic Geology in Jackson School of Geosciences, University of Texas at Austin

Apr. 16 - Mr. Murray Rogers, Saskatchewan Geological Survey, The Black Hills of South Dakota, A Review of the 2013 Society Field Trip, The Geology and Some Local History.

TBD - Dr. Allison Thurmond, AAPG Distinguished Lecturer, Manager for Research and Development in Basin and Petroleum Systems Analysis, Statoil, Bergen, Norway.

 

(Others to be confirmed—stay tuned)



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