Panel Discusses Licensing Colorado Geologists

Title: Panel Discusses Licensing Colorado Geologists Author: Laura L. Wray Publication: The Outcrop, February 2001, p. 5 The Colorado Section of the American Institute of Professional Geologists (AIPG) and the Rocky Mountain Section of the Association of Engineering Geologists hosted a panel discussion on licensing of geologists in Colorado on November 29, 2000. The intent of … More Panel Discusses Licensing Colorado Geologists

Report from the Public Issues Committee – March 2002

Title: Report from the Public Issues Committee Author: Larry Anna, Chairman Publication: The Outcrop, March 2002, p. 15 Late last year the city of Parker, Colorado’s Water and Sanitation District (PWSD) held a conference to inform geologists, hydrologists, planners, elected officials, and the media about PWSD’s short and long range planning strategies to deliver water to … More Report from the Public Issues Committee – March 2002

Public Issues Committee: Geosciences and the Federal Budget

Title: Public Issues Committee: Geosciences and the Federal Budget Author: Larry Anna, Chairman Publication: The Outcrop, November 2002, p. 22-23 Although President Bush proposed a 9% increase in science and technology funding from $52.3 billion in FY 2002 to $57.0 billion in FY 2003, most of the increase comes in homeland security and health programs.  The House has … More Public Issues Committee: Geosciences and the Federal Budget

Report from the Public Issues Committee

Title: Report from the Public Issues Committee Author: Larry Anna, Chairman Publication: The Outcrop, July 2003, p. 10 Department of Interior’s Assistant Secretary for Land and Minerals Management Rebecca Watson delivered to the Congress in January 2003, a study of U.S. oil and gas resources in five western basins as requested by Congress under the provisions … More Report from the Public Issues Committee

Report from the Public Issues Committee

Title: Report from the Public Issues Committee Author: Larry Anna, Chairman Publication: The Outcrop, November 2004, p. 8 The Geologic Society of America is making a request to its members to contact elected officials and be advocates for science in current issues and future legislation. Sounds simple, but part of their plan should be to understand how the … More Report from the Public Issues Committee

Report from the Public Issues Committee

Title: Report from the Public Issues Committee Author: Larry Anna, Chairman, from Washington Publication: The Outcrop, December 2004, p. 11 Yucca Mountain The Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository suffered a setback recently when a federal nuclear licensing panel ruled the DOE’s repository document database is incomplete. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Atomic Safety and Licensing Board said … More Report from the Public Issues Committee

Public Issues Committee

Title: Public Issues Committee Author: Larry Anna, Chairman Publication: The Outcrop, June 2004, p. 14 The National Research Council of the National Academies last year held a workshop on U.S. Natural Gas Demand, Supply, and Technology. The workshop proceedings were published by the National Academies Press and can be viewed on the web at http://books.nap.edu/books/0309089646/html/6.html#pagetop.  I’ll mention some … More Public Issues Committee

RMAG Participates in Legislative Reception

Title: RMAG Participates in Legislative Reception Author: Logan MacMillan Publication: The Outcrop, May 2004, p. 7 RMAG participated in the Legislative Reception held March 3rd at the University Club, which attracted 7 senators and 13 representatives, in addition to Donnetta Davidson, the Secretary of State, Russell George, the new Executive Director of the Department of Natural … More RMAG Participates in Legislative Reception