Golf…and a Day Out of the Office With Over 400 of Your Closest Friends

Title: Golf…and a Day Out of the Office With Over 400 of Your Closest Friends Author: Gerald Brummett Publication: The Outcrop, August 2006, p. 12-16 YOU CAN SURE TELL OUR BUSINESS HAS REBOUNDED (WITH A VENGEANCE) … Records are meant to be broken, but this year’s RMAG/DGS Tournament is surely going to be hard to surpass! … More Golf…and a Day Out of the Office With Over 400 of Your Closest Friends

Board of Directors Meeting – June 2006

Title: Highlights of the June RMAG Board Meeting Author: John Ladd Publication: The Outcrop, August 2006, p. 37 The Board heard more glowing tales of the RMAG’s financial condition, such as generous contributions to defray Mountain Geologist expenses, big increases in the amount of advertising in The Outcrop, overbooked social events, increased membership, and publications flying off … More Board of Directors Meeting – June 2006

RMAG Foundation: 2006 Award for Excellence in Teaching Earth Sciences

Title: RMAG Foundation: 2006 Award for Excellence in Teaching Earth Sciences Publication: The Outcrop, August 2006, p. 25 In the year 2000, the RMAG Foundation instituted an award to honor teachers who have promoted “Excellence in Teaching of Earth Science” to elementary or secondary school students. The recipient receives a plaque and a cash award, provided by … More RMAG Foundation: 2006 Award for Excellence in Teaching Earth Sciences

On The Rocks Field Trip: Tour of Anglo Ashanti Gold’s Cripple Creek and Victor Goldmine

Title: On The Rocks Field Trip: Tour of Anglo Ashanti Gold’s Cripple Creek and Victor Goldmine Trip Leader: Jim Cappa Date: August 11, 2006 Publication: The Outcrop, August 2006, p. 38 The Cripple Creek & Victor (CC&V) Mine is a joint venture between AngloGold Ashanti Ltd. of South Africa and Golden Cycle Gold Corporation of Colorado … More On The Rocks Field Trip: Tour of Anglo Ashanti Gold’s Cripple Creek and Victor Goldmine

What Kind of Bird Are You?

Title: What Kind of Bird Are You? Publication: The Outcrop, August 2006, p. 28 In a recent Geotimes article (June 2006), .Michael Glantz divided observers of the Global Warming debate into four groups: Hawks are convinced beyond reasonable doubt that human activities not only can, but are, altering the chemical composition of the atmosphere in … More What Kind of Bird Are You?

Luncheon – August 18, 2006

Title: Wattenberg Field Area, A Near Miss and Lessons Learned after 35 Years of Development History Speakers: Stephen A. Sonnenberg, Kerr McGee Oil and Gas Onshore LP and Robert J. Weimer, Professor Emeritus, Colorado School of Mines Date: August 18, 2006 Publication: The Outcrop, August 2006, p. 5 One of the most important mineral resource activities in … More Luncheon – August 18, 2006

Luncheon – August 4, 2006

Title: Ice Cores from Greenland and Antarctica: Climate Change in the Earth’s Past Speaker: Todd K. Hinkley, USGS Date: August 4, 2006 Publication: The Outcrop, August 2006, p. 4 The National Ice Core Laboratory in Lakewood has 15,000 1-meter tubes of ice cores, drilled from the ice covered regions of the world, Greenland and Antarctica. … More Luncheon – August 4, 2006